Resources

Clothing

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Community Centres and Libraries

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Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Intervention and prevention services for victims and survivors of abuse. Services may include shelter and housing, health care, legal services, emotional support, counselling, system navigation, and accompaniment.

Women and Family Services

 

ANOVA

Crisis 24-hour: 519-642-3000 or 1-800-265-1576

Office: 519-642-3003

255 Horton St E, 3rd Floor, Suite 5

Crisis line, one-on-one and group drop-in counselling, emergency shelters, and transitional housing support services for female-identified or gender non-conforming people who have experienced sexual or domestic violence and their children.

Clarke Rd Shelter

450 Clarke Rd (at Dundas St)

Second Stage Housing

1416 Ernest Ave (at Bradley Ave)

Wellington Rd Shelter

101 Wellington Rd (at McClary Ave)

Community Group Program for Children Exposed to Woman Abuse

519-642-3003 ext 2225

Group program to help children understand the abuse that happened in their family. Call to arrange transportation.

Family Court Support Worker Program

519-642-3003 ext 3225

Direct support for victims of domestic violence who are involved in the family court process.

Assaulted Women’s Helpline

Crisis / 24-hour: 1-866-863-0511

24-hour telephone crisis line for women.

Confidential and anonymous.

 

Atlohsa Native Family Healing Services - Family Support Unit 

Crisis / 24-hour: 519-432-2270 or 1-800-605-7477

Office: 519-438-0068 256 Hill St (at Wellington St)

Emergency shelter for women experiencing abuse, and their children. Emergency shelter stay of up to 42 days for women and their children. 343 Richmond St, Suite 109 (at York St) Intervention and prevention of family violence for the First Nations community through one-on-one and group counselling, traditional teaching circles, and advocacy.

Zhaawanong Shelter

519-432-2270

256 Hill St (at Wellington St)

Emergency shelter for women experiencing abuse, and their children. Emergency shelter stay of up to 42 days for women and their children.

Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline

1-833-300-1010

Confidential, multi-lingual 24-hour hotline service connecting victims and survivors of human trafficking to social service, law enforcement, and emergency services.

 

Carrefour des Femmes du Sud-Ouest de l’Ontario

Crisis/24-hour Helpline: 1-877-336-2433

Office: 519-858-0954

285 King St, 2nd Floor (at Wellington St)

Confidential support, awareness, programs, and referrals to community services for Francophone women dealing with violence and sexual assault.

 

Changing Ways

519-438-9869

825 Bradley Ave, 2nd Fl (east of Wellington Rd)

Family violence control programs, including group counselling for men 18 years and older, and their families. Women as Partner program for women affected by abuse.

 

Family Service Thames Valley

519-433-0183

125 Woodward Ave (between Oxford St W and Riverside Dr) Short-term strengths-based counselling for women who have experienced sexual abuse or sexual assault.

Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration

519-672-6000

111 Waterloo St, Suite 101 (at Hill St)

Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

Family violence prevention and intervention services for Muslim and Arabic families.

Regional Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Treatment Program

Crisis/24-hour Helpline: 1-866-863-0511

Office: 519-432-2204 2

4-hour emergency services and follow-up care for women, children, or men experiencing sexual assault or domestic violence.

If you have been physically or sexually assaulted, go to the closest emergency room, or visit the Urgent Care Centre at St Joseph’s Hospital, 268 Grosvenor St (Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat-Sun and Holidays 8am-4pm), and ask to speak to a member of the program team.

 

Réseau-femmes du Sud-Ouest de l’Ontario

519-964-2892

380 Wellington St, Tower B, 6th Fl (at Barker St)

Support services for French-speaking women who are victims of violence or at risk of experiencing violence or abuse. Prevention work related to all forms of violence against women and their children.

Single Women in Motherhood Training Program

519-432-5454

296 Horton St, Suite 4 (at Wellington St)

Support and guidance to single mothers and their families.

Children's Services

 

Children’s Aid Society of London and Middlesex

Office: 519-455-900

Emergency After Hours: 519-858-5998

1680 Oxford St E (at Second St)

Protects and cares for children at risk of abuse and neglect, and promotes the healthy development of children, families, and communities.

Good2Talk

1-866-925-5454

Daily 24 hours.

Confidential, anonymous telephone counselling service for mental health and addiction information, serving postsecondary students.

Kids Help Phone

1-800-668-6868 | Text ‘CONNECT” to 686868

Provides confidential anonymous call and text counselling and referrals to troubled or abused children and youth.

Merrymount Family Support and Crisis Centre

24-hour: 519-434-6848

1064 Colborne St (at Huron St)

Immediate response to families with young children in an emergency or crisis situation. Overnight and flexcare for children birth to 13 years.

Seniors' Services

 

Elder Abuse London Middlesex

519-685-8500 ext 75511

Promotes awareness of elder abuse, assists with ongoing research, and supports the development of an overall community response to elder abuse.

Employment

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Food

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Immigrant, Newcomer, and Refugee Services

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Health Care

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Housing and Shelters

Affordable housing provides people with housing that meets their needs and that they can afford. 

Drop-In Centres, Street Reach, and Resting Spaces

Drop-in centres provide social and recreational activities, snacks, information, support and in some cases, counselling. Showers and laundry facilities may be available. Street outreach programs provide relief and transitional support to people living on the street. Resting Spaces provide a place to stay overnight as an alternative to emergency shelters.

Ark Aid Street Mission

519-667-0322

696 Dundas St E (at Lyle St)

Mon-Fri 9am-9pm, Sat 6:45pm-9pm and Sun 5:15pm-7:30pm

Drop-in centre that offers counselling, job support, computer literacy and basic skills, social activities, and outreach.

 

Atlohsa Family Healing Services

519-438-0068

343 Richmond St, Unit 109 (at King St)

Daily 9pm-8am

Emergency shelter for the Indigenous community and others who are homeless, to obtain rest.

 

Canadian Mental Health Association

The Resting Space Coffee House Program

519-204-4719

371 Hamilton Rd (at Redan St)

Mon-Fri 9am-11am and 5:30pm-7:30pm. Sat-Sun 11am-2pm.

Drop-in centre for adults 16 years and older with limited social and financial resources, including adults with mental health issues.

My Sisters’ Place

519-679-9570

566 Dundas St (at Adelaide St N)

Tue-Thu 9:30am-4:30pm

Drop-in support centre for women 16 years and older. Services include information and referral, a nutritious meal, shower and laundry services, counselling, computer and phone access, day beds, harm reduction, a CounterPoint needle exchange program, case management, Indigenous women’s program, and a nurse practitioner-led clinic.

LIFE*SPIN - Living Room Resource Centre

519-438-8676

866A Dundas St E (at Ontario St)

Mon-Wed 9:30am-12noon and 1pm-4:30pm

Services and programming for people living with low income or affected by poverty.

London Cares Homeless Response Services

519-667-2273

Services available daily 24 hours, 365 days per year. Works to improve health and housing outcomes for people experiencing homelessness.

London InterCommunity Health Centre

Outreach and health programming for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness and people affected by substance use.

Dundas Street Site

519-660-0874 659

Dundas St E (at Lyle St)

Mon and Fri 9am-5pm, Tue and Wed 9am-9pm and Thu 10:30am5pm. Closed the fourth Thursday of each month from 9am-12noon.

Huron Street Site

519-659-6399

1355 Huron St, Unit 7

Mon and Fri 9am-5pm, Tue and Wed 9am-9pm and Thu 10:30am5pm. Closed the fourth Thursday of each month from 9am-12noon.

Argyle Site

519-660-5853

1700 Dundas St, Unit 1(at Third St)

Mon-Wed, Fri 9am-5pm and Thu 10:30am-5pm

Réseau-femmes du sud-ouest de l’Ontario

1-888-946-3029 or 519-964-2892

380 Wellington St, Tower B, 6th Floor

Confidential support and outreach for French-speaking women who are victims of violence, or at risk of experiencing violence or abuse. Prevention work related to all forms of violence against women and their children.

Emergency Shelters and Transitional Housing

Shelters offer emergency short-term accommodation and meals. Transitional housing provides longer-term accommodation for residents with supports to assist them with independent living.

ANOVA

Crisis 24-hour: 519-642-3000 or 1-800-265-1576

Office: 519-642-3003

255 Horton St E, 3rd Floor, Suite 5

Emergency shelters and transitional housing support services for female-identified or gender non-conforming people who have experienced sexual or domestic violence and their children.

Clarke Rd Shelter

450 Clarke Rd (at Dundas St)

Second Stage Housing

1416 Ernest Ave (at Bradley Ave)

Wellington Rd Shelter

101 Wellington Rd (at McClary Ave)

Mission Services of London

Men’s Mission

519-672-8500

459 York St (at Maitland St)

Emergency shelter and transitional housing for homeless men 16 years and older. Daily registration begins at 3:30pm. Daily 24-hour emergency admission.

Rotholme Women’s and Family Shelter

519-673-4114

42 Stanley St (at Wharncliffe Rd S)

Emergency shelter for parents and their children, and single women who are homeless with no other shelter options. Daily 24-hour emergency admission.

The Salvation Army, Centre of Hope

519-661-0343

281 Wellington St (at Horton St)

Shelter and short-term housing of up to one year (reviewed on a case-by-case basis) for single men and women 16 years and older. Services for residents include clinic, medication distribution, referrals, counselling, outreach, spiritual care, and case management. Food, clothing, and other material aid provided as necessary.

Unity Project for Relief of Homelessness in London

519-433-8700 ext 0

717 Dundas St E (at Lyle St)

Emergency shelter and transitional housing for people 18 years and older. Services include food, clothing, crisis intervention, advocacy, and housing support. Daily 24-hour emergency admission.

Legal Services

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LGBTQ2+ Services

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Mental Health and Addictions

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