Community Partners & Services
John Gordon Home works together with many community and government organizations and services. Click on any of the logos below to visit their websites and learn more.
Hospice of London. A charitable organization that provides compassionate care and companionship to palliative and bereaved individuals and families, recognizing and embracing their unique needs.
is a specialty hospital with community programming including home care and outreach programs. Founded in 1988, it was the first freestanding HIV/AIDS hospice in Canada. Our commitment is to provide compassionate health care to people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
The AIDS Committee of London.
A community based, charitable organization providing HIV-related services to people living with and concerned about HIV/AIDS in London and area.
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE)
A national knowledge exchange broker for information related to HIV prevention and treatment, care and support for people living with and vulnerable to HIV.
Pillar Nonprofit Network
supports nonprofit organizations in fulfilling their missions in the community. We provide leadership, advocacy and support to the nonprofit sector through the promotion of volunteerism, professional development, networking, and information.
The Ontario HIV Treatment Network
is a collaborative network of researchers, health service providers, policy makers, community members and people with HIV who work together to promote excellence and innovation in HIV treatment, research, education in Ontario
HALCO – HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic (Ontario)
is a charitable not-for-profit community-based legal clinic which provides free legal assistance to people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS in Ontario, Canada.
SWRICN – South Western Regional Infection Control Network.
As a network of networks across the province, the RICNs offer anyone responsible for infection prevention and control in healthcare, an innovative link to expertise in their communities.
Infectious Diseases Care Program
at St. Joseph’s Healthcare. The program meets the outpatient needs of HIV-infected and affected populations in our Southwestern Ontario region.
Middlesex-London Health Unit
. Addressing the public health issues and concerns in the London area.
The Ontario AIDS Network
(OAN) is a network of community-based organizations which were formed as a grass-roots response to needs for AIDS services and information.
Options Clinic at London InterCommunity Health Center.
We provide inclusive and equitable health and social services to those who experience barriers to care, and we foster the active participation of individuals and the communities we serve.
South West Community Care Access Centre. Wherever you live in the South West, the South West Community Care Access Centre is there to connect you with the care you need, at home and in your community.
Canadian Mental Health Association – London.
When you, or someone you know needs help, call us. Help is just a phone call away either through our 24-hour phone line or our 24-hour mobile response team.
Mental Health Crisis Service.When you or someone you know needs immediate help, call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:
519-433-2023 or 1-866-933-2023
Through WOTCH, My Sisters’ Place
provides women who are homeless or at risk of being so, practical and emotional supports and services as they deal with a variety of issues such as trauma, mental illness, addiction, poverty, abuse, isolation and physical health issues.
The Salvation Army Center of Hope
responds to the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of those within our sphere of influence, leading to self-healing and regeneration through supportive, multi-faceted programs. Emergency and short-term housing for men, women, and youth.
Women’s Community House.
We provide emergency housing, second stage housing and support for abused women and their children in London, Ontario. We offer accomodation, counselling and a 24-hour helpline.
The London Housing Registry
has been assisting low-income families who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless in the City of London since 1984. The Registry lists vacant units with local property management companies and landlords, and matches families and individuals based on their needs.
is an online resource for health care information in Ontario.
The Memory Walkers
are a small group of people that raise funds for HIV / AIDS related causes. Each year, we walk in the Walk For Life, helping raise funds for much-needed programs and services right here in our community.
London & Middlesex Housing Corp
is a non-profit corporation who provides subsidized housing for the city of London and the county of Middlesex.