LGBT2Q Safe Services Social Services
Spot of Delight

A sexual health and recreation store/resource with body-safe sex toys and topicals. Inclusive of age, sexual orientation, gender or kink. Also offers gender-expression products, workshops, and free events that promote sexual health, safety and community.

Address:

426 Richmond Street, London

Phone:

9-601-0900

info@spotofdelight.com www.spotofdelight.com

LGBT2Q Safe Services Social Services
Middlesex-London Health Centre

The Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Clinic in London and Strathroy offers a safe, confidential atmosphere where you can receive free testing and treatment of STIs for individuals and their partners. The Birth Control Clinic supports women’s health, birth control needs, the morning after pill, pregnancy testing, family planning, cervical screening (pap tests), or other concerns. Free condoms are available. Also offers a free needle exchange service in collaboration with Counterpoint.

Address:

50 King Street, London & 51 Front Street, Strathroy

Phone:

519-663-5446

www.healthunit.com/sexual-health-clinics

LGBT2Q Safe Services Social Services
London Cross Cultural Learner Centre

A multi-service support agency for newcomers. CCLC is a community organization that provides settlement services and support, while promoting intercultural awareness and understanding. Services offered include LGBTQ newcomers support services and social group.

Address:

505 Dundas Street, London, Ontario N6B 1W4

Phone:

519 432 - 1133

www.lcclc.org

LGBT2Q Safe Services Social Services
London Intercommunity Health Centre

Transgender Communities Health Services provides health and social services to those who experience barriers to care. In addition to primary care, the Trans Health Team offers community and social services that support LGBTQ2+ people. The Options Clinic provides free, rapid and anonymous HIV Testing.

Address:

659 Dundas Street, London

Phone:

519-660-0874

www.lihc.on.ca

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Thames Valley Midwives

Provides midwife services for LGBT2Q individuals and couples in London, Middlesex, Elgin and Western Oxford Counties.

Address:

434 Maitland Street, London

Phone:

519-433-5855

info@tvm.on.ca www.tvm.on.ca

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London Employment Help Centre

Provides career counselling, employment adjustment and placement services to displaced workers through one-to-one counselling sessions and workshops. Also offers a Resource Centre with staff available to answer career, education, job search and employment related questions.

Address:

100-150 Dufferin Ave, London

Phone:

519-439-0501

www.lehc.ca

LGBT2Q Safe Services Social Services
Anova (formerly Sexual Assault Centre London)

Provides services to LGBT2Q survivors of sexual violence in London and Middlesex County. Services include: 24 hour crisis and support line, individual and group counselling for survivors.

Address:

255 Horton Street, E, 3rd Floor, London

Phone:

519-439-0844, x 2222
Crisis & Support Line - 519-438-2272

www.anovafuture.org

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Hope’s Garden

An eating disorders resource and support centre providing independent and group support for those living along the continuum of disordered eating. This ranges from negative body image to those diagnosed with an eating disorder. Program focuses on health and wellness. No referral needed and all services are offered at no cost.

Address:

219 Oxford Street West, London

Phone:

519-434-7721

support@hopesgarden.org www.hopesgarden.org

LGBT2Q Safe Services Social Services
Regional Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Treatment Centre

Provides sexual assault and domestic violence treatment for the LGBT2Q community. Offers forensic evidence collection, pregnancy and HIV testing, and counselling.

Address:

St. Joseph’s Hospital, 268 Grosvenor Street, Room B0-644.

Phone:

519-646-6100 x 64224

www.sjhc.london.on.ca/sexualassault

LGBT2Q Safe Services Social Services
Regional HIV/AIDS Connection

Offers practical support, counselling services and programming to diverse populations of people living with and affected by issues related to HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C. Education on safer sex, harm reduction, stigma and discrimination to persons living with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C, testing, and issues related to disclosing your HIV status.

Address:

#30-186 King Street, London

Phone:

519-434-1601

info@hivaidsconnection.ca www.hivaidsconnection.ca

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