Emergency Shelter & Crisis Intervention
Rotholme Women’s and Family Shelter

Operating through Mission Services of London, Rotholme accommodates both male and female lead single parent families and two parent families. 24 hour emergency admission is provided for families and single women 16 years and older, who are homeless or an individual in crisis in need of temporary emergency accommodation.

Address:

42 Stanley Street, London

Phone:

519-673-4114

http://missionservices.ca/shelter-programs/rotholme-womens-family-shelter/

Emergency Shelter & Crisis Intervention
Unity Project

Offers community drop-in for coffee, phone, shower, meal, and crisis support. Meals provided from 8-11:30 am and 6-8 pm. Crash beds on a first-come-first-served basis with meals provided. Emergency shelter for short-term stays with access to staff for case support. Transitional housing for up to a year. Residents pay low rent and access staff support as needed.

Address:

717 Dundas Street, London

Phone:

519-433-8700

www.unityproject.ca

Emergency Shelter & Crisis Intervention
Salvation Army Centre of Hope

Provides emergency shelter for men and women with 24 hour support staff. As well as accommodation and meals, Centre of Hope offers clothing and laundry facilities, computers, as well as longer-term transitional housing. Staff also support clients to find permanent housing in the community

Address:

281 Wellington Street, London

Phone:

519-661-0343

http://www.centreofhope.ca/services/hostel

Emergency Shelter & Crisis Intervention
Men’s Mission and Rehabilitation Centre

Provides emergency shelter for men aged 16 years and over, as well as a residence for men who require longer term care and support. As well as accommodation and meals, the Mission offers rehabilitation counselling, clothing, life skills program, and a resource centre with computers and links to community resources.

Address:

459 York Street, London

Phone:

519-672-8500

http://missionservices.ca/shelter-programs/mens-mission-rehabilitation-centre/

Emergency Shelter & Crisis Intervention
At^lohsa Native Family Healing Services

Atlohsa provides service for the intervention and prevention of family violence through a holistic framework that addresses the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of First Nation women, men, children and their families. This includes individual and group counselling, traditional healing and elders circle, women and men’s peer support, and youth in transition program.

Phone:

24-hour Crisis and Support Line - 1-800-605-7477



Emergency Shelter & Crisis Intervention
At^lohsa Native Family Healing Services                     Zhaawanong Shelter

24 hour emergency shelter for First Nation women and their children fleeing abuse in their family home. Providing safety planning, supportive healing, traditional healing counselling and circles for women and children, emergency transportation, referral and advocacy, and transitional support.

Phone:

519-432-2270



Emergency Shelter & Crisis Intervention
At^lohsa Native Family Healing Services

Address:

109-343 Richmond Street, London

Phone:

519-438-0068

www.atlohsa.com

Emergency Shelter & Crisis Intervention
Anova (formerly Women’s Community House)

Crisis support and emergency shelter for abused women and their children. Also provides counselling and personal safety planning, specialized programs for children who have witnessed violence, and support for physical and mental health and referrals to community organizations.

Address:

Emergency shelters
101 Wellington Road, London, Ontario
450 Clarke Road, London, Ontario

Second Stage Housing
1416 Ernest Avenue, London, Ontario

Phone:

Non-crisis/business inquiries - 519-642-3003
24-hour Abused Women’s Helpline - 519-642-3000 or toll free 1-866-265-1576

www.shelterlondon.org

Emergency Shelter & Crisis Intervention
Women’s Resource Centre of Strathroy & Area

Crisis support and emergency shelter for women 16 years of age or older, with or without children, who are leaving an abusive relationship or need respite from violence. Also offers women’s counselling, transitional housing, children’s program, advocacy and groups for adults, youth and children.

Address:

145 Beech Street, Strathroy

Phone:

519-246-1526

www.wrrcsa.org

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