London-Middlesex Services and Referrals

24 Hour Abused Women's Helpline

24 hour helpline for women, cialis sale friends and family members of abused women, cheap service providers and other professionals in contact with abused women.
Phone: 519-642-3000
1-800-265-1576 (out of London calls)

Addiction Services of Thames Valley

Provides early intervention programs, assessments for drug, alcohol and gambling problems, treatment plans and referrals, consultation to community members.
Back on Track
For convicted impaired drivers.
260-200 Queens Ave., London
Addiction Services Thames Valley
Prevention and early identification, education and treatment program for women pregnant, parenting and substance-involved and their children prenatal – 6 years.

At^Lohsa Native Family Healing Services

Facilitates healing and recovery from the effects of native family violence through protection, education and intervention.
Zhaawanong (519-432-2270)
A service of At^lohsa Native Family Healing Services Emergency shelter and 24 hour helpline for abused women and their children.
109-343 Richmond Street, London
At^Lohsa Native Family Healing Services

Canadian Mental Health Association London-Middlesex

Advocates with and provides programs and services for people with mental disorders. Provides crisis program on-site at Women’s Community House, assessment, court and justice program, housing advocacy/support, public education, support groups, information referral, SOS – surviviors of suicide group, grief and bereavement groups.

840 Huron Street, London
Canadian Mental Health Association London-Middlesex

Changing Ways
Helping men end violence against women by providing support and group programs.
825 Bradley Ave. Upper, London
Caring Dads
A program to help fathers improve their relationship with their children.
519-438-9869 or 1-888-438-9869

Children’s Aid Society

Community Group Program for Children Exposed to Woman Abuse
A group program for children aged 4 to 16 who have been exposed to or witnessed violence toward their mothers.
1680 Oxford St. East, London
519-455-9000 Ext 322 or 673
Children’s Aid Society

Daya Counselling Centre

Provides counselling (16+) individuals, couples, families with a wide rang of issues that include: depression, couple/family conflict, abuse, bereavement, separation/divorce, anxiety, anger management, spirituality, eating disorder, sexual identity, addiction, self injury.
141 Dundas St. 6th floor, London
Daya Counselling Centre

Family Service Thames Valley

Counselling for heterosexual, gay and lesbian individuals/couples as well as individual counselling. Also provides groups for financial and wellness education, and for male and female survivors of sexual abuse.
125 Woodward Ave., London
Family Service Thames Valley

Hope's Garden

Individual, group and family support for women with eating disorders - can self-refer
635 Wellington Str. Upper, London
Office 519-434-7721 Helpline 519-685-8343
Hope's Garden

London Abused Women's Centre

Provides counselling, advocacy, and support for abused women including safety planning, outreach services, transitional supports, referrals and groups. Services provided in a safe, non-residential setting for women, aged 16+, and subjected to abuse in their intimate relationships. Cultural and ASL interpretation available.
217 York Street, London
London Abused Women's Centre

London Police Service

Domestic Violence Coordinator (519-661-2376)
Family Consultants (519-661-5636)
Consultants respond to requests from police offices to attend at time of crisis to assist in assessment, crisis intervention and support.
601 Dundas Street, London
London Police

Merrymount Children's Centre

Merrymount helps children by supporting their families. Services provide special support to families who are going through a crisis or transition such as a serious illness, domestic violence, custody disputes, or the challenge of coping as a teenage parent.
1064 Colbourne St., London
Merrymount Children's Centre

Mission Services: Women’s Crash Beds

Beds are available year round, 9pm-7am daily, on a first come, first serve basis for men and women who are unable to access regular shelters (usually due to mental illness or addiction issues). Intake process is not necessary. Women use front entrance, men rear entrance.
459 York St. - Separate entrance for women
519-672-8500 (admin line)
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Mission Services of London

Muslim Family Support Services

Provides a culturally sensitive outreach service with the purpose of connecting Muslim individuals and families to local supports, services and resources.
125 Woodward Ave., London

My Sisters’ Place: Women's Mental Health Resources of WOTCH

Transitional Support Centre for Women who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness and offer a safe day space, basic needs, supports, assistance and access to community partners. This day centre is open on weekdays Monday to Friday for women who need the service.
566 Dundas Street, London
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Outpatient Psychotherapy Service

Stress management, assertiveness group - need doctor referral.
375 South Street, London

Rotholme Women's and Family Shelter

Provides 24 hour emergency shelter for homeless parents and their children. Offering shelter, crisis support, advocacy, transitional outreach and referrals to appropriate community agencies.
42 Stanley Street, London
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Mission Services of London

St. Joseph's Sexual Assault / Domestic Assault Treatment Centre

Supports men and women who have been sexually or physically assaulted over the past 12 months - ages 12 +.
268 Grosvenor Street, London
Intake Ext 64224
Counselling Ext 65974
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St. Joseph's Health Care

Salvation Army Centre of Hope

Provides emergency shelter for men, women and youth. Other services available include short term housing; primary care clinic; public health nurses; medication administration; counselling; outreach and case management; food; clothing and; other material aid provided as necessary.
281 Wellington Street, London
Salvation Army Centre of Hope

Sexual Assault Centre London

A women-centered, feminist organization that provides supportive services to women 16+ that have experienced sexual violence at any point in their lives. The 24 hour crisis and support line serves survivors of sexual assault, family and friends, both male and female.
389 Dundas Street, London
Crisis 519-438-2272
Intake 519-439-0844
Sexual Assault Centre London

Traumatic Stress Service – LHSC Victoria Campus

Provides counselling services for individuals ages 16+ who have experienced acts of violence, emotional/physical/sexual abuse, severe neglect or a catastrophic event and are suffering from distressing intrusive memories, nightmares, anxiety and/or panic, depression, anger and/or irritability, shame and guilt, low self esteem or self-destructive behaviour.
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St. Joseph's Health Care

Victim / Witness Assistance Program

Provides information, assistance and support during the criminal justice process. Services include crisis intervention, emotional support, referrals to community services, courtroom orientation, and information on the criminal justice process.
London Court House, 80 Dundas St., Ground Fl, Unit B, London

Women's Community House

Provides safe places and services for abused women and their children including emergency shelter, counselling & support, Second Stage Housing, 24 hour Helpline at 519-642-3000 and transitional outreach. 24 hour Helpline and transitional outreach services are also available for abused men.
101 Wellington Road, London
Admin 519-642-3003
24 hour helpline 519-642-3000

Women's Community House:
Second Stage Housing

Provides transitional housing for women and their children who are working to establish their independence after leaving an abusive environment.
1416 Ernest Ave., London
519-642-3003 Ext 3221

Women's Rural Resource Centre (Strathroy and Area)

Provides residential and non-residential supports to abused women and their children through programs including 24-hour Helpline 1-800-265-5390, Emergency Shelter, Second Stage Housing, Counselling, Transitional supports, Children's Counselling.
145 Beech St., Strathroy
Admin 519-246-1526
24 hour helpline 1-800-265-5390
Women's Rural Resource Centre

WOTCH Community Mental Health Services

Serves adults in South Western Ontario who live with serious mental illness. Services include housing, case management, community integration and life skills support, employment programs, treatment programs, clinical programs and women's mental health programs.
534 Queens Ave., London
WOTCH Community Mental Health Services