Improving access to social and health services for Francophones 

Health and social service partners are working together to improve support and access to services for Francophone clients through a Regional Francophone Community Health and Social Services Hub starting on June 4, 2018.  

The hub will be a source of information to help clients with service navigation as well as awareness of, and participation to culturally-sensitive services. It will begin as a pilot in London-Middlesex with the potential of expansion to other areas. This service is available to anyone across the South West LHIN. 

 

Through the hub, clients will be provided with information on services, referrals, or direct service offerings for the following: 

  • Mental health and addictions services for young adults and adults;
  • Child and youth mental health services;
  • Women survivors of violence, abuse and trafficking;
  • Health system navigation and assistance;
  • Self-management of chronic diseases;
  • Assistance and programs for seniors and their caregivers; and
  • Public health.

 

Partners include:

Centre communautaire régional de London, South West Local Health Integration Network, Addiction Services of Thames Valley, London InterCommunity Health Centre, Vanier Children’s Services, French Language Health Planning Entity, Canadian Mental Health Association Middlesex, and Reseau-Femmes du sud-ouest de l’Ontario.

Hub is located at the Communautaire régional de London

920 Huron Street, London

(519) 673-1977, ext. 9

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