Contact Information
Office Phone 519-432-2209
Crisis Phone Crisis and Intake Team: 519-433-0334 (24-hour)
Fax 519-432-2442
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Community services and residential programs to youth and their families including residential care, youth justice services, foster care and community services in Southwestern Ontario

Supports through advocacy, counselling and teaching to create a healthy, responsible, sustainable lifestyle and positive self-esteem

Community Youth Support Program - Non-residential programs providing short-term counselling and support

Group Programs - Youth group programs * all programs are LGBTQ friendly

Intensive Residential Programs - Hardy Geddes House, Belton Maturational, Belton Receiving, Sylvan and Maitland St Residences provide community-based (residential) mental health programs for troubled youth

Transitional Residential Program - Jon Clark House (7-bed male program) and Three Quarter House (5-bed female program) transitional residential homes provide programs to prepare youth for independence
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Areas Served Chatham-Kent ; Essex County ; London ; Middlesex County
Boundaries London, Middlesex, Chatham-Kent and Essex
Eligibility At-risk children, youth and their families
Application Referral for various programs from other agencies
Languages English ; French
Fees set fee for some programs
Agency Information
Established 1969
Primary Executive Joanne Johnston, Executive Director; Email:
Funding Private ; Provincial
Agency Services
Site Information
Site Location London (East)
Located In Community London
Address & Map
714 York St
London, ON N5W 2S8
Intersection York St and Lyle St
Physical Access Not Accessible

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