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Community Mental Health Programs

797 York St, Unit 4
London, ON
N5W 6A8
Fax: 519-434-1956
iconPath Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm No services provided at this location
Last Updated: Jan 12, 2024: Suggest an edit


Call or drop-in

Eligibility / Target Population

Participants identifying as men 16+ years, families, and those living with serious mental illness


No fees for most services


Lisa Misselbrook - Director of Addiction and Mental Health
Dominique Godoy - Program Supervisor


English ; French

Language Notes

Interpretation available upon request

Area Served



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Description of Services

Provides support to individuals, and their family members, who are experiencing symptoms of mental illness or addiction, and who may also be experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless
  • Resource Centre The Resource Centre provides a multipurpose room with access to a telephone and computers, as well as vocational, social, leisure and educational programming * access to individual function assessments, addiction assessments and referrals to appropriate treatment centres * the program is open to both men and women * attendees not staying the Emergency Shelter are escorted to and from the program room * the program remains a drop-in space 
  • Streetscape Provides crisis outreach services to community mental health program participants * dedicated team supports individuals who are in need of support * offer worker assigned support including court diversion program, housing advocacy and assistance with income services * team helps navigate and access other social services and food services agencies, and community resources
  • Transitional Case Managers (Outreach) Team of case managers providing transitional assistance and support to those who are leaving hospital and coping with mental illness * case managers maintain ongoing contact with clients after hospital discharge for up to nine weeks

About Us

We are a social service agency serving London and area since 1951 with a mission to respond to people experiencing need, affirm human dignity and inspire hope.

Last Updated: Jan 12, 2024: Suggest an edit