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 Regional Continence Clinics


If you are experiencing bladder and/or bowel difficulties you can come into one of Trillium Health Partners’ Continence Clinics and be seen by a Nurse Continence Advisor who is a registered nurse with advanced education and training in continence care.

You or your doctor can request an appointment at the clinic.

Who We Help

Adults 18 years of age and older who:

  • Go to the bathroom often
  • Worry about falling when rushing to the bathroom
  • Leak urine with a cough, laugh, sneeze or during activity
  • Have frequent bladder infections
  • Have problems with constipation
  • Have problems with bowel control
  • Wake up more than 1 time during the night to urinate
  • Have a strong desire to urinate right away
  • Need to learn how to use a catheter


Allendale Long Term Care
185 Ontario Street South
Milton, Ontario
L9Y 2M4
Note: Ontario Street North changes to Ontario Street South at Main Street.
Press the security code beside front door to enter.

Creditvale Mills
1535-1555 South Parade Court
Mississauga, ON, L5M 6E9
Note: Entrance off west side of Creditview Rd just south of Eglinton Ave West. Visitor parking located at main entrance

Etobicoke Services for Seniors
525 Horner Avenue,
Etobicoke, ON, M8W 2B9
(Horner Ave west of Brown’s Line)

Oakville Senior Citizens Residence
2220-2222 Lakeshore West
Oakville, Ontario
L6L 5G5
Note: If the parking lot is full, extra parking is available across the street.

Queensway Health Centre
2nd Floor Medical Clinics
150 Sherway Drive
Toronto, Ontario
 M9C 1A5

Contact Information

416-521-4090 or toll free at 1-888- 271-2742.


A doctor’s referral is not required.

Resources for Patients & Their Families

What to Expect During Your Appointment

Your first visit will last about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Follow up visits, if needed, will be about 30 minutes.

You will be asked for information about your bladder or bowel problem. You may have an ultrasound test to see how well you empty your bladder. You may need to have an examination to test the strength of your pelvic floor muscles.

Education is a key part of this program. After your visit, the nurse will talk to you about treatment options such as:

  • Learning about the causes of your problem
  • Learning pelvic muscle exercises
  • Changing eating or drinking habits
  • Improving bowel or bladder emptying
  • Using special products to reduce your personal costs on pads and laundry, and fear of leakage.
  • Looking at factors related to your risk of falls

What Should I Bring to the Clinic?

Please bring:

  • A clean sample of any incontinence product that you may be using
  • A list of prescriptions and over the counter medications you are taking