Welcome to the London InterCommunity Health Centre

The London InterCommunity Health Centre was established in 1989 to support individuals and families whose poverty, isolation, age, lack of housing or recent immigration prevented access to both health and social services and meaningful community participation.


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Capital Plan 2017

December 4, 2015 At its November 2014 anniversary celebration, the London InterCommunity Health Centre announced that it had received a grant of 10.3 million dollars from the Capital Branch of the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. This money was for “leaseholder retrofits”. Since that time, we initiated a building committee comprised of staff […]

LGBT2Q+ Network: Community Standards of Practice

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, 2-Spirit, Queer + (LGBT2Q+) Network of London and Area is a public directory of organizations and service providers who have committed to specific Community Standards of Practice related to serving LGBT2Q+ communities.

Caring for Syrian Newcomers – Video Series

On January 27, 2016, more than 60 health and social service providers (many working in primary care settings) met at the Cross Cultural Learners Centre for an information session about health and health care for the Syrian refugees who have joined the London community. Welcome, Introduction & NewComers Clinic (Susan Hocking) Refugee Health 101: (Dr. […]