Clients of the TICP Community Clinic represent a highly diverse population, with diversity found on almost all dimensions such as: presenting issues; socio-economic status; sexual orientation; gender; race and/or ethnic or cultural affiliation; religion; age, physical ability, etc. Our awareness of, and sensitivity to, these differences, and our efforts toward inclusivity, are reflected in all aspects of our services. The TICP Community Clinic recognizes that the diversity of our community is a source of excellence, enrichment, and strength.
The TICP Community Clinic affirms its commitment to human rights and to the principle that every member of our community has the right to equitable treatment without harassment or discrimination on the grounds prohibited by the Ontario Human Rights Code, including race, ancestry, place of origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, marital status, or disability. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment in which clients, students, staff, and faculty feel respected, valued, and celebrated for their unique identities and experiences.