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The CCCA is a not-for-profit organization that provides evidence-based information pertaining to many aspects of the COVID crisis. We are not able to provide medical care, including prescriptions. That said, we are currently aware of the following organizations offering help to Canadians with prevention and/or early out-patient treatment of COVID-19 and other healthcare services.

We believe that most of these clinics are private, membership-based organizations, in order to cover the cost of the prescribers and healthcare providers offering these services.

Information from their website is provided below for your convenience. As we learn of new information and additional providers, this webpage will be updated.
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Any links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by CCCA of any products, services or opinions of the corporation, organization or individual. Please exercise your own due diligence in selecting the care option that best fits your needs. The CCCA bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality or content of the external site or for that of subsequent links. Contact the external site directly for answers to any question regarding its content.

Canadian Covid TeleHealth Inc (CCTI)

CCTI a private COVID-19 (only) telehealth service, which operates on a fee-for-service basis and is open to “members only”. The good news is that any Canadian who is willing to accept our reasonable membership responsibilities and commitments can become a member and receive the essential COVID-19 treatments they want or need. Our clinic works on the basis of scheduled appointments, and is not an emergency service.

A number of CCTI doctors and nurse practitioners are members of CCCA who are willing to provide clinical medical assistance to Canadians suffering with, or seeking to avoid, COVID-19. You will find CCTI prescribers are courageous, caring, compassionate, and they will empathize with you, and treat you to avoid or recover from COVID-19.

Project Hope

At its core, Project Hope intends to deliver Private Health Care provided to the patient, based upon patient care and patient interest, outside of third-party interference. Private Health Care will be provided through a tiered membership structure, that allows fundamental care and expanded care. Private Health Care is structured upon the integration of allopathic and complementary treatment modalities and diagnostics. Patient lifestyle education to empower patients to reclaim and govern their own health and wellness.

Ezra Wellness

Ezra Wellness was established in Sept 2021 in response to the ongoing long-term erosion of the integrity of the government’s healthcare system and ultimately in response to the coercive vaccine mandates imposed on healthcare professionals. Ezra Wellness will restore non-discriminatory, universal access to health services for all Canadians.

Monoclonal Antibodies Clinics (MAb Clinics)


St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, in association with local and regional partners, is providing patients with the ability to access Monoclonal Antibodies for the early treatment of COVID-19. The pilot program provides treatment for outpatients with COVID-19, who are at high-risk of progression to severe illness.

Monoclonal Antibodies Clinics (MAb Clinics)

Sault St. Marie

Sault Area Hospital, in association with local and regional partners, is providing patients with the ability to access monoclonal antibodies for the early treatment of COVID-19. This program provides treatment for outpatients with COVID-19 who are at high-risk of progression to severe illness.

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