The H.O.M.E Program was developed to improve the health outcomes and health equity of highly marginalized individuals by providing health services to people where they are at: shelters, encampments, housing, and in other community settings.

The program is a collaborative approach between the London InterCommunity Health Centre, Middlesex-London Paramedic Service, CMHA Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services, Regional HIV/AIDS Connection, and London Cares Homeless Reponse Services.

The inter-disciplinary team will provide primary care, harm reduction, support with substance use, basic needs, and wrap-around care services at various sites across the city. Services are offered from a Middlesex-London Paramedics Service Special Operations Bus that has been outfitted to deliver multiple health services to assist the H.O.M.E team in providing care to clients.

The program aims to engage individuals who face barriers to accessing traditional models of care in harm reduction, stabilizing healthcare, and comprehensive care services. Partners will work collaboratively from an anti-oppression, anti-racism, health equity framework anchored in a participant-led approach.

For more information please visit the website at or see our HOME-FAQ-SHEET. This year the H.O.M.E. Program was the recipient of the Pillar Community Innovation Award in the category of Community Collaboration. Click here to watch the video from the awards ceremony!

The HOME Program receives financial support from the Government of Canada’s Substance Use and Addictions Program. Financial support for the HOME Program is also provided by Ontario Health West.


H.O.M.E. Mobile Bus Clinic Schedule


9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. – The Hub, 603 Queen’s Avenue

1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. – Ark Aid Mission (behind), 696 Dundas Street

Thursdays: 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 – CarePoint, 446 York Street