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Organization: London InterCommunity Health Centre  
Phone Numbers: 519-660-0874
Fax: 519-642-1532
659 Dundas St
London, ON
N5W 2Z1
Intersection: Adelaide St N and Dundas St E
Location: London (East)
Accessibility: Partially Accessible    Partially Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Wheelchair accessible at Marshall St entrance (rear of building)
Hours: Administration: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Clinical Services: Mon, Fri 9am-5pm * Tue, Wed 9am-9pm * Thu 10:30am-5pm * closed every fourth Thu of the month 9am-12noon
Executives: Scott Courtice - Executive Director
519-660-0874 ext 245 *
Susan Hocking - Director, Client Services
519-660-0874 ext 298 *
Contacts: Erin Williams - Project and Communications Coordinator
519-660-0874 ext 334 *
Service Description: Health centre focused on individual, family and community health * health professionals assess and treat non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses * community development, health promotion and prevention services * referrals to other local and social health services * services aimed at people living with a low income, newcomers, individuals and families with chronic and complex illness

Community-led health teams develop programs to improve the social supports and conditions that affect long-term health

Mental Health Counselling - One-on-one, couple, family, and group counselling for registered clients of the Health Centre * psychology and psychiatry services for primary health care clients registered with a doctor or nurse practitioner * mental health screening and assessments * short-term and long-term counselling * confidential
Anonymous HIV Testing - Options Clinic - HIV information and free, confidential and anonymous rapid testing * outreach services and education across the City of London * rapid testing available to individuals at higher risk of contracting HIV (Black/African/Carribean Canadians, people of an Aboriginal background, individuals who use IV drugs, high risk women and men who have sex with men) * results for rapid testing are available in minutes * for all others, test results are ready in one week
Health Outreach For People Who Are Homeless - Health and social services to people who are homeless as well as those at risk of homelessness
Hepatitis C Care Program - Partnership between London InterCommunity Health Centre and Regional HIV/AIDS Connection * program designed for persons at high risk for Hepatitis C infection due to drug use and those who are Hepatitis C positive who have complex addiction and/or social issues * outreach worker, peer support worker, nurses and social worker support all aspects of clients life - physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual * referrals to other community agencies * screening, prevention, care and treatment of Hepatitis C
Primary Care Services - Primary health care is provided for registered clients by an interdisciplinary team of doctors, nurses,foot care providers, registered practical nurses, nurse practitioners, social workers, and dietitians
Women of the World - Service for immigrant and newcomer women who are isolated and need support in adjusting to life in Canada

Fees: Free
Application: Call and ask to speak to a Systems Navigator * appointments required for some programs * no referral required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Varies per program
Languages: English ; French ; Arabic ; Polish ; Spanish
Language Note: French programs and publications offered * interpretation in French and other languages available upon request
Area(s) Served: London and area
See Also: Anger Management
Community Health Centres
Community Support Services
Life Skills for Women
Mental Health Promotion
Street Outreach

This information was last completely updated on 7/15/2016

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About Us
We provide inclusive and equitable health and social services to those who experience barriers to care, and we foster the active participation of individuals and the communities we serve.

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