London InterCommunity Health Centre

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Record #: LON2102 Last Modified: 15 Aug 2014 Last Full Update: 27 Nov 2013
Contact Information
Office Phone519-660-0874
Primary ContactMegan Cornwell, Communications Manager; Email:
Agency Information
Service Level(50) Non Profit
Primary ExecutiveMichelle Hurtubise, Executive Director; Email:
FundingMunicipal - London ; Provincial - MHLTC ; Provincial - SWLHIN ; United Way
Agency Services
Description and Service Details
DescriptionHealth centre focused on family and community health * health professionals assess and treat non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses * referrals to other local health services and personal development groups

Community-led health teams develop programs to improve the social supports and conditions that affect long-term health

Supports for older immigrant adults

Chronic Disease Self-Management - Sessions to learn ongoing self-care * includes information about coping, health guidelines, medication usage, working with health professionals, and informed treatment decisions

Diabetes Education -
Information about living with diabetes * includes monitoring, blood sugar levels, food choices, exercise, medications, and lifestyle choices (open to everyone)

Mental Health Counselling - One-on-one, couple, family, and group counselling for registered clients of the Health Centre * psychology and psychiatry services for primary health care clients registered with a doctor or nurse practitioner * mental health screening and assessments * short-term and long-term counselling * confidential

Anonymous HIV Testing - Options Clinic - HIV information and testing * outreach services and education * referral to community services * pre-test counselling on how people get HIV and what a positive or negative test result might mean * post-test counselling to discuss the results

Caregiver Support - Training/educational material for caregivers * 100-page handbook for family caregivers

Education Programs - Education, awareness programs and resources for the general public to promote, support or improve the health and well-being of children, youth and families

Ethno-Racial Youth Mentoring Project - Program that fosters relationships among Northeast London's ethno-racial youth with caring adults and fosters relationships between mothers of participating youth with caring and supportive mother mentors

Health Outreach For People Who Are Homeless - Health and social services to people who are homeless as well as those at risk of homelessness

Primary Care Services - Primary health care is provided for registered clients by an interdisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, social workers, and dietitians

Program for Immigrant Seniors - Intervention and supports for people facing homelessness, critical life changes, abuse, or isolation * referrals to other community support services as necessary * French immigrant older adults services

Women of the World - Service for immigrant and newcomer women who are isolated and need support in adjusting to life in Canada

Services and Programs:
  • Huron St Site
  • Wellington St Site
HoursAdministration: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Clinical Services: Mon, Fri 9am-5pm * Tue, Wed 9am-9pm * Thu 10:30am-5pm * closed every fourth Thu of the month 10:30am-12noon
Areas ServedLondon
EligibilityVaries per program
ApplicationCall or visit * appointments required for some programs * no referral required
LanguagesEnglish ; French
Feessome fees for other programs
Site Information
Site LocationEast London
Located In CommunityLondon
Address & Map
659 Dundas St E
London, ON N5W 2Z1
IntersectionAdelaide St N and Dundas St E
AccessibilityFully Accessible