London Intercommunity Health Centre
Connect with your community
The London InterCommunity Health Centre has served the community for more than 25 years. Since 1989 we have been proudly located at 659 Dundas Street in the heart of the Old East Village. In 2006 we opened a second location at Huron & Highbury, in the Huron Heights Plaza. We also work out in the community where people live, work, and play. We try to be in locations that are safe and comfortable for you, such as select schools, community centres, libraries, and residential housing buildings.
At the Health Centre, our team members know that health is more than physical well being. Health is about the food you eat, the neighbourhood you live in, your home, your social connections, and your opportunities to learn, grow and be part of your community.
We want to support you in all the areas of your life that affect your health. In addition to family doctors, we have social workers, dieticians, mental health specialists, community developers, physiotherapists, foot care specialists, and youth outreach workers, amongst others, who can support your well being.
Our services are open to all residents of the City of London and surrounding areas who are experiencing barriers to accessing health and social services, , such as newcomers (immigrants and refugees), people with complex and chronic health conditions (including mental health and addictions) and people who live on a low income.
If you are interested in our programs or services, or if you want to learn more about hte Health Centre, please call 519-660-0875 and ask to speak to a Systems Navigator.
LGBT2Q+ Specific Services
- Transgender Communities Health Services - Programs and services for people exploring their gender identity * one-to-one support * group sessions * general information and education for community organizations
- Anonymous HIV Testing - Option Clinic
Other Services Offered
- Medical Services
- Community Food Programs
- Chronic Disease and Chronic Pain Self-Management Workshops
- Community Food Programs
- Diabetes Education
- Mental Health Counselling
- Programs and Coordinated care for Seniors
- Services for people experiencing homelessness
- Immigrant and Newcomer Supports
- Youth Outreach Workers
- Daily Health Promotion Programs
- Hepatitis C Care
- Francophone Programs
Main floor and lower floor accessible with most mobility devices. Scooters and larger wheelchairs may have some tight turns.
Second floor is not accessible.
Food for Queers
Stay Safe. Not Hungry
Providing support for LGBT2Q+ folks experiencing food insecurities within the City of London