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Organization: Environmental Health and Chronic Disease Prevention Services
Phone Numbers: Environmental Health: 519-663-5317 ext 2300
Prevention Team: 519-663-5317 ext 2220
Fax: 519-663-9276
Email: health@mlhu.on.ca
Website: www.healthunit.com
50 King St
London, ON
N6A 5L7
Street Address:
201 Queens Ave, 4th Fl
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Intersection: Queens Ave and Clarence St
Location: Central London
Accessibility:     Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Wally Adams - Director, Environmental Health and Chronic Disease Prevention Services
Service Description: Monitors local food, water and air on a daily basis to ensure it is safe * programs and services focus on the importance of healthy active living and injury prevention
Child Safety - Website with tips for keeping kids safe
Food and Healthy Eating - General information and connection to resources related to food and healthy eating for children, youth, adults, parents and older adults
  • Healthy eating during pregnancy
  • Healthy eating for adults
  • Healthy weights
  • Healthy eating teens
  • Healthy eating school aged
  • General food and nutrition information
  • Community food programs (meal programs, food bank information)
  • Healthy eating links
Food Safety - Information related to food safety including:
  • Food establishment inspection reports
  • DineSafe program
  • Food safety at special events
  • Food safety for operators of food premises
Healthy Weights - Information about how to maintain a healthy weight
Healthy Workplace Program - Information regarding comprehensive workplace health and support to build a healthier workplace through workplace related health strategies
Smoke Free Ontario and Tobacco Control - Website includes legal information about the Smoke-Free Ontario Act, the health consequences and burden of tobacco use, the benefits of quitting and information about programs and services available to help people overcome their tobacco addiction
Special Risk Citizens - Program to assist seniors living in squalor and refer to organizations that can help
Water Quality - Posts water quality information about beaches, drinking water, pools and hot tubs
Fees: Free
Application: Call or visit * no referral required * appointments or registration required for certain programs or classes
Eligibility / Population(s) Served: Varies depending on service
Languages: English ; French
Area(s) served: London and Middlesex
See Also:
Information Resources
Public Health

This information is provided by thehealthline.ca. It was last completely updated on: 25/06/2014

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