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Vanier Children's Services

Vanier Children’s Services provides accredited Children’s Mental Health Treatment (0-14 yrs) spanning 24/7 Crisis-Intake support (Craigwood/Vanier/WAYS), Community Mental Health Family Counseling and therapeutic groups, Early Years Attachment programs, Residential services, In-home coaching supports, Day Treatment (JK/SK- Grade 8) classrooms, Mental Health Workers in Schools (SCIP), French Language services, Specialized Assessments.  Vanier serves over 1200 children, and their families, every year.


For over 50 years, Anago’s philosophy has been to establish positive therapeutic relationships with supported individuals. Anago focuses on a person’s gifts and believes that everyone has different abilities not disabilities. Anago serves female youth in need of protection, male youth in conflict with the law, and individuals with developmental disabilities who may also be medically fragile.

Craigwood Youth Services

Craigwood Youth Services provides a continuum of care and service to adolescents and their families in the communities of South Western Ontario through various day treatment and residential programs. Our clients are referrals from other social service organizations, self-referrals or court ordered to our care. In particular, our focus is on the complex needs and hard-to-serve youth.

Addiction Services of Thames Valley

Addiction Services of Thames Valley is a community based service operating in co-operation with local addiction and health care agencies, through the Southwest Local Health Integration Network. We develop treatment plans for clients and assist with referrals to provide community treatment and continuing care. ADSTV provides consultation to employers, families, professionals and others concerned about alcohol use, drug use or problem gambling/gaming. We offer community based withdrawal and treatment  services. We offer leadership and collaboration with a range of community partners. To learn about our many specialized programs, please visit our website.


Merrymount Family Support and Crisis Centre strives to help children by supporting their families in times of crisis and transition. We are a caring organization committed to providing around the clock support and crisis care for children and families. We deliver responsive and innovative services and programs to strengthen children and their families in times of transition.

Thames Valley Children's Centre

Thames Valley Children’s Centre (TVCC) works to support children and their families to achieve the highest possible quality of life.  TVCC aims to assist our clients to be their best!  TVCC serves more than 7500 children, youth and their families every year.  Services are provided in ten-counties in Southwestern Ontario.  Clients range in age from birth to 19. Services offered support a range of special needs including physical disabilities, communication disorders, developmental delays and autism spectrum disorders.

Western Area Youth Services

Western Area Youth Services (WAYS) is an accredited child and youth mental health centre licensed by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.  WAYS was founded in London, Ontario in 1996 to provide residential programs for youth.  Since then, our programs have expanded to serve children, youth and families through foster care, community support programs and youth justice programs in various locations throughout London and Chatham.

George Hull Centre

The George Hull Centre is an accredited children’s mental health centre, serving children and youth, from birth to age 18, and their families.  The Centre provides comprehensive, family-centred treatment including outpatient treatment, specialized schooling and residential treatment, as well as a range of focused and accessible prevention and educational programs in the community.

Community Services Coordination Network

The Community Services Coordination Network (CSCN) is a not-for-profit organization, funded by the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.  CSCN staff work with families to coordinate access to various services and supports for children and adolescents who have complex multiple needs.  The agency is the single point of access to residential based services that are funded by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services, for children and adolescents with complex needs.  CSCN performs this function across a five-county catchment area that includes: London-Middlesex, Elgin, Huron, Oxford and Perth Counties.

Middlesex-London Health Unit

The Middlesex-London Health Unit is a key part of the local health system. Our goal is to watch for, identify and address the public health issues that can affect you, your family and your neighbours. We promote healthy living and identify community needs. Health Unit staff members work in schools and in immunization clinics; they work with families to support their needs; they also inspect restaurants and businesses that sell food, swimming pools, tattoo shops, hairdressers, nail salons, spas and more. In addition, members of this team of professionals provide dental services to people who need them, do research in our communities and work with politicians and decision makers to create bylaws and guidelines that lead to healthier communities.

Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre

Aboriginal Health Access Centres (AHACs) are innovative, Aboriginal specific, Indigenous informed health care agencies. They provide a combination of health and social services to First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, including: traditional healing, health promotion services, cultural programs, community development initiatives, and social support services.

St. Leonard's Community Services

St. Leonard’s Community Services, London and Region is a community agency with a mission dedicated to promoting positive change in all persons who are or could be in conflict with the law to realize their potential, contributing to a safer and healthier community.

We offer education, community-based support programs and residential centers that:assist persons in conflict or at risk of conflict with the law; promote, develop and implement improved policies, procedures and service delivery within the criminal justice system to assist in the prevention of crime; promote acceptance of responsibility and accountability by persons in conflict with the law to assist with changing behaviour that contributes to crime; and promote understanding and education to our communities about their responsibility in both the incidence of crime and in the manner in which society responds to it

The spirit of SLCS remains consistent with the original core values its founding members shared.

The Children's Aid Society of London & Middlesex

London CAS provides services to vulnerable children and families in the London and Middlesex community. Accountable to the community as a whole, our mission is to ensure that all children thrive in a safe, stable and loving family. We protect and care for children at risk and promote the healthy development of children, families and communities.

Bruce Grey Child & Family Services

Bruce Grey Child & Family Services was established in 2012 through the consolidation of the former Bruce and Grey Children’s Aid Societies.  We are a team of over 140 child protection workers, child and youth workers, lawyers, support and administrative staff working together to provide child welfare services.  We conduct intakes and investigations of alleged abuse and neglect; provide on-going services to families; family based care for children who are unable to live with their natural families, facilitate adoptions, and in partnership with the community, we help families keep their children safe and well.

Chatham-Kent Children's Services

The Mission of Chatham-Kent Children’s Services is to Strengthen Children and Families for a Better Future.  Services offered include: Child Protection Services(Children’s Aid Society), Children’s Mental Health Services and Child Development and Prevention Services.  As an amalgamated agency, we base our services on these facts: a continuum of integrated services in a multidisciplinary setting provides the greatest flexibility of quality services to meet the individual needs of children and their families; easier access to service through a reduced number of access points is provided by a single point of access; early response to young children and their families who are at risk is crucial; with limited resources for those in need of intervention services, the system must ensure that those most at risk will receive essential supports.

Children's Hospital of Western Ontario

Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre, in London, Ontario is a world-class hospital with the latest technology and the best specialists, scientists and health professionals in Canada.

As a regional referral centre, we provide specialized paediatric inpatient and outpatient services to children in Southwestern Ontario from birth through to age 18. Health care professionals, parents and families from all over the region count on the specialized expertise and care offered at Children’s Hospital.

Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration

Founded in 2009, the Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration (MRCSSI) is a not-for-profit organization helping families and individuals overcome the challenges that impact their family safety. MRCSSI has developed impactful strategies to respond to complex needs of Muslim and Arab families by using a strengths-based, culturally integrative approach. This includes providing counselling for families experiencing trauma, collaboration with mainstream services to find a holistic approach to address underlying issues of conflicts and violence, public awareness around the issues, workshops for service providers and additional research into best practices for effective responses.