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Organization: London InterCommunity Health Centre  
Phone Numbers: 519-660-0874
Fax: 519-642-1532
Email: mail@lihc.on.ca
Website: www.lihc.on.ca
Address:
659 Dundas St
London, ON
N5W 2Z1
Intersection: Adelaide St N and Dundas St
Location: London (East)
Accessibility: Partially Accessible    Partially Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Wheelchair accessible at Marshall St entrance (rear of building)
Hours:
  AdministrationClinical Services
Mon9am-5pm9am-5pm
Tue9am-5pm9am-9pm
Wed9am-5pm9am-9pm
Thu9am-5pm10:30am-5pm
Fri9am-5pm9am-5pm

Clinical services closed every fourth Thu of the month 9am-12noon
Executives: Scott Courtice - Executive Director
519-660-0875 ext 245 * scourtice@lihc.on.ca
Susan Hocking - Director, Client Services
519-660-0875 ext 298 * shocking@lihc.on.ca
Contacts: Erin Williams - Project and Communications Coordinator
519-660-0875 ext 334 * ewilliams@lihc.on.ca
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

Available as cooling/warming centre during Extreme Weather Alerts issued by the Middlesex-London Health Unit
 
Community Development - Initiatives and advocacy to build stronger and more resilient communities * LIHC works with community members and other organizations work together to take collective action and generate solutions on common issues * addresses social determinants of health by supporting individuals, families and communities
 
Daily Programs for Everyone - Daily programming, including art activities, health and wellness, education, and training * monthly schedule available on website
 
Health Promotion Workshops - Workshops and education on common health issues and health promotion strategies * focuses on prevention and self management techniques
 
Immigrants and Newcomers Programs - Programs and services for people recently arrived to Canada
 
Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions - Workshops and education for people living with chronic conditions to learn self management techniques and tools for living a healthier life
 
Mental Health Services - One-on-one, couple, family, and group counselling for registered clients * 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 * all services are confidential
 
People Experiencing or At Risk of Homelessness - Health, social services and daily programming for people who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness * nursing care * addictions assessments and referrals to treatment * harm reduction education and support * housing loss prevention * ID replacement * laundry and showers * social assistance applications and advocacy
 
Physiotherapy - Physiotherapy assessments, treatment, therapeutic and preventative exercises
 
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
 
Seniors Programs - Programs and services for adults aged 55 and older
 
Transgender Communities Health Services - Programs and services for people exploring their gender identity * one-to-one support * group sessions * general information and education for community organizations

Services and Programs:

Has completed the LGBT2Q+ Network of London and Area's Community Standards of Practice

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 ; Persian ; Polish ; Spanish ; Bosnian ; Nepali
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
Mental Health Promotion
Street Outreach

This information was last completely updated on July 28, 2017

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