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Humana Community Services

371 Princess Ave
London, ON
N6B 2A7
Tandem: 519-433-0334
Fax: 519-435-0062
iconPath Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Crisis Phone Support: Daily 24 hours
Last Updated: Jan 10, 2023: Suggest an edit


Placement by Children's Aid Societies, Developmental Services Ontario (DSO) and Community Services Coordination Network

Eligibility / Target Population

At-risk children, youth, adults and their families


Set fee for some programs



Language Notes

Interpretation available upon request

Area Served

Grey County, Haldimand, Huron County, Norfolk, Oxford County, Chatham-Kent, Elgin, Middlesex, and Perth


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Description of Services

Non profit agency that supports children and youth mental health and safety, and developmental services through the following programs:

Child and Youth Mental Health - Therapeutic live-in and community-based programs for children and youth less than 18 years * therapeutic counselling * daily 24 hour crisis phone support

Developmental Services - Community residential living * supported independent living, and community-based services for youth and adults

Enhanced Foster Care
- Placements for children and youth 0-18 years

Transitional-Age Services
- Live-in and community-based support programs for youth over 16 years
  • Community Youth Support Program Non-residential programs providing short-term counselling and support
  • Developmental Services 24 hour group living support for people with an intellectual disability, including those with extreme complex behaviours, or those who have high medical needs.
  • Group Programs Youth groups * Parenting groups * Humana programs are safe spaces for all.
  • Intensive Out of Home Programs Intensive, out of home children and youth mental health programs providing participants with therapeutic intervention, counselling and life skills * Youth attend school either in the community or at an on-site TVDSB  classroom.
  • Transition-Age Jon Clark House (7-bed male program) and Three Quarter House (5-bed female program) transitional residential homes provide programs to prepare youth for independence

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About Us

Humana Community Services celebrates an empowered and cohesive community and strives to provide a safe and inclusive environment that inspires individuals to realize their own potential resulting in a resilient and vibrant community.

Last Updated: Jan 10, 2023: Suggest an edit