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This resource is made possible through a partnership of the Student Support Leadership Initiative and thehealthline.ca.
This resource is made possible through a partnership of the Student Support Leadership Initiative and thehealthline.ca.

Organization: London - Queens Ave Site
Phone Numbers: 519-668-0624
Crisis: 519-433-2023 * Toll-free 1-866-933-2023
Fax: 519-668-3641
Email: info@cmhamiddlesex.ca
Website: www.cmhamiddlesex.ca
Address:
534 Queens Ave
London, ON
N6B 1Y6
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Intersection: William St and Queens Ave
Location: London (Central)
Accessibility:     Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Dr Steven Harrison - CEO
Service Description: Community-based support for people with mental illness
 
Community and Women's Programs - Mental health services and supports geared toward the complex needs of people experiencing mental illness * one-on-one and group supports available
 
Clinical Services - Health promotion, disease and injury prevention and chronic disease management to clients
 
Intensive Case Management Services - Assessment, development and implementation of rehabilitation and recovery plans * focus on daily living and housing, health and wellness, relationships, finances, access to employment and education and community involvement
 
Mental Health Public Education - Mental health education, promotion and resources for the general public
 
Peer Support and Psychoeducational Groups - Hosted professionally facilitated and peer support groups * maintains online list of professionally facilitated groups in London-Middlesex
 
Property Services - Access to affordable housing
 
Supportive Housing - Living alternatives to hospitalization in a home-like setting with staff support
 
Wait List Clinic - Access and support to people in the community who are experiencing serious mental illness and immediate barriers to access short-term support and long-term support
Fees: No fees for most services
Application: Referral from a mental health professional or visit website
Eligibility / Population(s) Served: Adults and youth 16 years and older who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness
Languages: English
Area(s) served: London, Middlesex County and Huron County
See Also:
Community Mental Health Programs

This information is provided by thehealthline.ca. It was last completely updated on: 14/07/2016

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