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Organization: Addiction Services of Thames Valley  
Phone Numbers: 519-673-3242
Internet, Gaming Disorders and Problem Gambling Services: ext 234
Substance Abuse: ext 222
Fax: 519-673-1022
Main Office: 200 Queens Ave, Ste 260
London, ON
N6A 1J3
Location: Central London
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon, Tue 8:30am-8pm * Wed-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Linda Sibley - Executive Director
Service Description: Assessment, treatment and referrals of people with substance abuse, internet, gaming and problem gambling issues * awareness and education programs

Partner of the London Community Addiction Response Strategy (London CAReS)
Addictions Supportive Housing - Offers housing opportunities as a part of addiction treatment planning
Fresh Start Program - Employment initiative for Ontario Works participants who are willing to receive support for their substance dependency/addiction
Heartspace Program - Specialized prevention, early identification, education and treatment program for women who are pregnant, parenting and substance-involved and their children (prenatal to six years of age)

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  • Possible - a place to tell real stories of addiction recovery and change

Fees: Free for most services
Application: Call to make an appointment
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults and youth who are affected by substance use, abuse and dependence or internet, gaming and gambling problems * clients with minor mental illness are accepted
Languages: English ; French
Language Note: Interpretation available upon request * French website coming soon
Area(s) Served: London, Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford (Map)
See Also: Alcohol and Drug

This information was last completely updated on 7/14/2014

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About Us
Our Mission is to provide quality services in response to the unique needs of individuals and families affected by substance abuse and/or gambling. We will eradicate stigma about addiction through education and advocacy.