Direct Services

London Police
Police consultants have a range of response options, from consultation to victim relocation, 24 hour crisis intervention, addressing immediate needs including home repairs, emergency shelter (where shelter is not appropriate for any reason), short term counselling, food, transportation etc.  Contact with police does not necessitate a formal complaint or in any way imply that the victim will be compelled to proceed with charges.
Women’s Community House
519-642-3000 (24/7 help line)
Shelter Sites: 101 Wellington Road and 450 Clarke Road
Safe emergency shelter for women and their children
Second stage housing providing transitional housing for women and children
Men’s Mission
459 York Street, London
24 hour emergency crisis service, including shelter
Across Languages Translation and Interpretation Services
519-642-3003 (after hours)
129 Wellington Street, London
Verbal interpretation and written translation, free for victims of sexual violence and human trafficking.
Sexual Assault Centre of London
1-877-529-2272 (24/7 helpline)
255 Horton Street, Goodwill Building, 3rd Floor, London
Individual and group counseling, accompaniment and advocacy
London Abused Women’s Centre
217 York St, Suite 107, London
Counseling, transition and safety planning, referrals
Women’s Rural Resource Centre Strathroy and Area
1-800-265-5390 (24/7 helpline)
145 Beech Street, Strathroy
Counseling services, transition program, shelter program
At^Lohsa Native Family Healing Service
109-343 Richmond Street, London
Promotes the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health needs and healing paths of First Nation women, men and children in violent relationships. The Zhaawanong Shelter offers 24 hr emergency shelter to First Nation women and their children. In addition, the Family Support Unit, Elders Circle & Teaching Program, Community Education Training and Prevention Program, and Drop In Centre provide support and hope
Michael Loebach, Barrister and Solicitor
171 Queens Avenue, Suite 508, London
Legal services and immigration help
Regional Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Treatment Centre
519-646-6100, x 64224
268 Grosvenor Street, London
Provides care for women, children and men who have experienced sexual assault and/or domestic violence living in Oxford, Elgin & Middlesex County
Offer medical care and counseling both at the time of the initial incident and in an ongoing manner
London Intercommunity Health Centre
659 Dundas Street, London (519-660-0874)
Huron Heights Plaza, 1355 Huron Street, Unit 7, London (519-659-6399)
Provides health and social services in a welcoming setting to those who experience barriers to care. These barriers may include poverty, homelessness, language or culture, and complex and/or chronic health conditions including mental health and addictions.
Two East London locations that offer care by a team which includes family doctors, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, dietitians and community health workers.