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Organization: At^lohsa Native Family Healing Services  
Phone Numbers: 519-438-0068
Crisis: 519-432-0122 (24-hour) or 1-800-605-7477 (24-hour)
Fax: Office: 519-438-0070
Email: admin@atlohsa.com
Website: www.atlohsa.com
Address:
343 Richmond St, Ste 109
London, ON
N6A 3C2
Intersection: Richmond St between King St and York St
Location: London (Central)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Shelter: Daily 24 hours * Administration: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (closed 12:30pm-1:30pm)
Service Description: Helps with healing and recovery from the effects of native family violence through protection, support, education and intervention using a holistic approach
 
Community Education, Training and Prevention Program - Community education, training and prevention work on the awareness and impact of family violence conducted throughout the community
 
Community Resource and Volunteer Program - Community resource services
 
Crisis Telephone Line - Holistic crisis telephone line providing supportive counselling
 
Family Support Unit - Focuses on the intervention and prevention of family violence by offering counselling (group or individual, support, traditional teaching circles and advocacy
 
Zhaawanong Shelter - Emergency shelter for abused women and their children

Fees: Free
Application: Call or visit
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: People belonging to the First Nations community
Languages: English
Language Note: Interpretation available upon request
Area(s) Served: London, Middlesex and area
See Also: Aboriginal Health Centres and Programs
Counselling - Personal, Family and Couple

This information was last completely updated on 6/5/2015

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About Us
At^lohsa (Ate^nlos) means "Friends" in the Onyota' a:ka language. The name was chosen to reflect the desire of Ate^nlos to provide support, understanding, education, intervention and prevention to victims of family violence. At^lohsa (Ate^nlos) means "Friends" in the Onyota' a:ka language. The name was chosen to reflect the desire of Ate^nlos to provide support, understanding, education, intervention and prevention to victims of family violence.

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