To address systems-level barriers that undermine health and social care access among Sex Workers, the Sex Worker Peer Health Navigator (PHN) program will provide culturally safe assistance with systems-navigation to assist Sex Workers in accessing health and social resources (e.g., primary care, specialist care, housing) critical to their health and well being. Building upon our expertise in providing peerdriven services, Peer Support Workers (current or former Sex Workers) working in collaboration with the Peer Health Programs Coordinator (registered social worker) will provide case coordination and peer accompaniment services to promote health care access and assist Sex Workers in following up on health and social services referrals. Importantly, program staff will work in coordination with diverse community partners to provide individualized support and support to Sex Workers following discharge from health settings (e.g., hospital, substance use treatment) to promote positive community transitions and follow-up care. This program recognizes that social determinants of health, such as homelessness and social isolation, adversely impact the health of Sex Workers and will leverage community partnerships to increase access to housing and other social supports. Program staff will also facilitate weekly peer support groups to promote social inclusion and positive careseeking strategies. Please note that a detailed program logic model is available upon request.