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Services offered in CLSCs may vary from one region to another.

To find your CLSC, you can make a search with your postal code or call info-santé at 8-1-1. 

When you call the CLSC, I suggest you be explicit with your demand by explaining what you need. For example, it's better to say "I need to do a STI test" rather than "I need to see a doctor" because some services may be offered by nurses instead of doctors.

Some services are limited to resident living in the area of the CLSC or are limited to certain groups (for example, the youth clinic may stop at 18 y.o.).

If you have problems to access services you need, you can send a MIO message to the nurse, Amanda C Grant, so she can help you find the right service.

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