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The London InterCommunity Health Centre is committed to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and communities.  As a healthcare organization, we have a responsibility to reflect on our past and what this means for our present realities. Indian hospitals were developed in the early 1900s and many still existed into the 70s and 80s. These hospitals were a method of segregation and restriction, and operated the sa
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COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLBEING WEEK 2023 There are many things to really love about Autumn: Pumpkin spice, the changing colours of the leaves, and Community Health and Wellbeing Week. The theme this year is “Community Health is Essential.” Where do we turn (or want to be able to): In a crisis, during a pandemic, when we get sick, when we need help for our families, children, or neighbours, when we celebrate, when we
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Join us every Tuesday for 8 weeks starting October 3 at 6:30 p.m. for Gender Journeys. Primarily for individuals 16 and older and in the beginning stages of transition, this group is for anyone thinking about or having already taken early steps toward transition as well as those who are gender-questioning. The program will take place at the London InterCommunity Health Centre Argyle Clinic at 1700 Dundas Street. This
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The Health Centre is closed tomorrow (Friday) for a staff program. We hope you have a safe and healthy weekend. We will be back Monday as scheduled.    
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On Wednesday, September 20, 2023 hate-based` and anti-trans groups are organizing protests against teaching 2SLGBTQIA+ content in schools.   These protests are being organized under the hashtag #1MillionMarch4Children.   The protests also support recent legislation passed in Saskatchewan and New Brunswick which demand that teachers advise parents if their children request to be called by a different name or
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We hope that you will join us on Thursday, September 21st at 12pm ET for the official launch of the new evaluation report on the London InterCommunity Health Centre’s (LIHC) Safer Opioid Supply Program. This hot topic webinar will cover the findings of the new LIHC evaluation report. The goal of the evaluation was to examine and compare self-reported client outcomes from 2022 and 2023. In both ye
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Join us August 31 2023 for Health in Housing’s Pop-Up Market!  
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  Planning a visit today?   The London InterCommunity Health Centre will be closed on Thursday August 17 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Clinics will reopen on Friday August 18 as scheduled. This closure affect all administrative offices and health clinics as well as the H.O.M.E. Bus. H.O.M.E. Bus operations will resume the week of August 21.   Should you require immediate medical attention, please visit
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Last year, our neighbours across the street at the London Clay Art Centre (now Clayworx), in partnership with the City of London and the Old East Village BIA, worked with community partners in OEV to create permanent mosaic tiles that were installed along Dundas St.  Three Health Centre group participants, as well as Henry and Shelly, all of whom live in the neighbourhood, helped design and create sidewalk tiles
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Planning a visit? The London InterCommunity Health Centre will be closed on Monday August 7 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Clinics will reopen on Tuesday August 8 as scheduled. This closure affect all administrative offices and health clinics. Should you require immediate medical attention, please visit St. Joseph’s Urgent Care at 268 Grosvenor Street (LTC Routes 6 Richmond, 13 Wellington, 1 Kipps Lane, or 15 Huron Heig
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