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Integration Update from CMHA Thames Valley Addiction & Mental Health Services

New addiction and mental health agency across Thames Valley region provides integration update

LONDON | MIDDLESEX | ELGIN | OXFORD, ONT., July 16, 2021 – Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services, formerly Addiction Services of Thames Valley (ADSTV), CMHA Elgin-Middlesex, and CMHA Oxford County, is pleased to provide a community update.

Following an update in April 2021, leadership is pleased to announce that the organization has officially become CMHA Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services with government approval much sooner than anticipated and retroactive to April 1, 2021. Over the last months, CMHA Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services has worked to establish its integrated organization and now has a new Board of Directors, Co-CEOs (Beth Mitchell and Linda Sibley) and its full leadership structure.

The focus now turns toward ensuring staff have the details of their employment so together, as one team, they can start making the much anticipated changes to better serve people in communities throughout Thames Valley.

“There’s still work to do to bring our organizations together and we’re taking the time to do it right,” said Beth Mitchell, who will serve as co-CEO of CMHA Thames Valley. “As we continue the process of coming together, we’d like to recognize our incredible staff for their continued diligence through this journey, especially given the additional stress of the pandemic.”

The unified Vision of resilience for all through positive mental health and freedom from addiction will guide their work and commitment to all communities. The organization will work to create low-barrier and streamlined access to services and supports across the region.

“This is an exciting time as the integration will remove barriers so the community can find mental health and addiction supports seamlessly under one unified banner,” said Linda Sibley, who will also serve as co-CEO of CMHA Thames Valley. “Clients shouldn’t have to share their story over and over to get access to care. We’ll be one agency with one intake system and provide uninterrupted access to a wide range of quality mental health and addiction services throughout our region.”

In year one, CMHA Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services will work to establish:

  • Integrated Intake, Access & Assessment
  • Integrated Peer Support
  • Integrated Crisis Services
  • Integrated Housing Services
  • Integrated Counselling Treatment Services
  • Cross-disciplinary Teams serving in each part of the region

It will take time to reach the year-one goals – watch for more information in the fall as the organization continues with the transition and integration.

About Canadian Mental Health Association Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services is an integrated mental health and addiction agency providing community-based supports and services to individuals aged 12 and up across Elgin, Middlesex, and Oxford Counties. The continuum of services includes crisis intervention and virtual supports, mobile crisis teams, police partnerships, case management, counseling, and community wellness programs for both individuals and their families. Housing supports and addiction medicine services are also available. Treatment and service plans are developed based on standardized screening and assessment protocols and procedures. The organization was established in April 2021 when three organizations (Addiction Services of Thames Valley, CMHA Elgin-Middlesex, and CMHA Oxford) united to better serve the mental health and addiction needs of the Thames Valley Region. It is guided by its vision “resilience for all through positive mental health and freedom from addiction”.

www.adstv.on.ca | www.cmhaelgin.ca | www.cmhamiddlesex.ca | www.cmhaoxford.on.ca

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For media inquiries or more information, please contact Communications:

Jillian Driessen, Communications
CMHA Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services
jdriessen@adstv.ca
519-673-3242 ext 293

Kelly Morgan, Communications
CMHA Thames Valley Addiction and Mental Health Services
k.morgan@cmhamiddlesex.ca

519-282-1562

2021-07-16T13:46:09-04:00July 16th, 2021|

ADSTV, CMHA Elgin Middlesex and CMHA Oxford Announce Integration

Dear Clients,
Igniting hope and fostering change by providing a continuum of mental health and addiction education, supports and services will be the mission of the soon-to-be CMHA Thames Valley Addiction & Mental Health Services.
After many months of working together at the governance, leadership and staff levels, Addiction Services of Thames Valley, CMHA Elgin Middlesex and CMHA Oxford have agreed to formally become one agency.  It was a unanimous vote by all the Boards of Directors.
The vision we strive to reach:  Resilience for all through positive mental health and freedom from addiction.
The integrated agency will be led by Beth Mitchell and Linda Sibley as co-CEOs for a period of approximately 12-18 months.  “This will allow us to ensure an effective transition toward transforming our services,” says Beth Mitchell, CEO of CMHA Elgin Middlesex.  “The integration of addiction and mental health services will be a game-changer for our communities. In order to ensure we do not lose our specializations, Beth and I will work as a team to lead this important integration,” stated Linda Sibley, Executive Director of Addiction Services of Thames Valley.
The current Executive Director of CMHA Oxford, Lynn Wardell, will become the VP of Program Operations and Oxford Site Director. “Our model will strengthen local services.  We will work hard at implementing a model that ensures services stay close to home.  You have our commitment. Through this approach, we will have Regional Centres, hubs and mini-hubs throughout the Thames Valley region, creating programming across county boundaries – current boundaries that can get in the way of great service,” Lynn explains.
Over the coming months a transition plan will be executed which will include the selection of the new Board of Directors as well as the Leadership Team for the integrated agency.  It is anticipated that the integration will be finalized by July/August 2021.
At this time, services will not change.  As we go through this transition, we will keep you posted. Please reach out to your workers or colleagues should you have any other questions or concerns.
You may also contact ADSTV at communications@adstv.ca

Join us as we celebrate this incredible milestone!

Dennis Lunau
Chair, Board of Directors
Addiction Services of Thames Valley

Heather Bishop
Chair, Board of Directors
CMHA Elgin Middlesex

Sherry Smith
Chair, Board of Directors
CMHA Oxford

Media Release 

2021-04-13T09:46:46-04:00April 13th, 2021|

2020 Holiday Hours

ADSTV will be offering virtual services only December 21- 24 (noon) December 28- 31 (noon), January 4-8, and January 11-15.  We are closed for statutory holidays You can reach our intake line by calling us at 519-673-3242. Exceptions include In person services for the RAAM Clinic and Housing Supports. Please check our website or phone messages to learn about what types of services we can offer, respecting COVID-19 restrictions.Some Points of Access may have different capabilities. Virtual Services will continue to be available to all clients.

If you are in crisis and are needing immediate services, you have several choices: You may contact Reach Out 24/7 at 519-433-2023. The toll-free number is 1-866-933-2023. They can help you with next steps or connect you to the Support Line, which can also be reached 24/7 at 519-601-8055. The toll-free number is 1-844-360-8055.

You may go directly to the Walk-In Mental Health & Addictions Crisis Centre 24/7 for walk-in crisis assessment and support at 648 Huron Street in London near Adelaide and Huron.

If you are in withdrawal please contact the Withdrawal Management Centre at 519-432-7241 or go to the nearest emergency department for medical assistance.

Virtual Service Hours (All POA)
December 21 – 8:30 am – 8:00 pm
December 22 – 8:30 am – 8:00 pm
December 23 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
December 24 – 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
December 25 – CLOSED
December 28 – CLOSED
December 29 –8:30 am – 8:00 pm
December 30 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
December 31 – 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
January 1 – CLOSED

RAAM Clinic – 200 Queens Ave London
December 21 – 8:30 am – 11:30 am & 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
December 22 – 8:30 am – 11:30 am
December 23 – 7:30 am – 10:30 am
December 24 – CLOSED
December 25 – CLOSED
December 28 – CLOSED
December 29 – CLOSED
December 30 – CLOSED
December 31 – CLOSED
January 1 – CLOSED
2020-12-16T15:40:58-05:00December 11th, 2020|

ADSTV Position Statement of Safe Opiate Supply

Addiction Services of Thames Valley (ADSTV) supports all efforts to reduce the impact of opiate use on the population and community as per our Vision Statement above. The services we support include Consumption and Treatment Sites, Needle Exchange and Safe Opiate Supply (SOS) as well as access to addiction treatment as desired

A safe opiate supply strategy is grounded in harm reduction. The challenges associated with the COVID-19 crisis have exacerbated drug overdose deaths in Ontario broadly. In May 2020, Ontario had the highest number of opiate related deaths since 2018. Public Health Ontario reported that May 2020 had the highest number of opiate deaths since 2003.

SOS addresses this problem by providing a safe supply of what might otherwise be a lethal drug, the use of which has extensive social costs and burdens. A Safe Opiate Supply provides a process for:

  1. Valuing the life of every human regardless of life choices;
  2. Providing opportunities for users to access service options along the continuum of care if they choose;
  3. Reducing costs associated with overdose in the health system and community.

The opportunity to provide a Safe Opiate Supply would also address the documented inequities in the health care system where marginalized people are disproportionately represented in both overdose and COVID deaths.

View full position statement here.

2020-11-25T13:12:59-05:00November 25th, 2020|

Information Regarding COVID-19

April 1, 2021 – UPDATE

As of Saturday, April 3, 2021 the Province of Ontario is under a shutdown.
All ADSTV Points of Access will offer virtual services. RAAM Clinic, SLWAR, and Housing Supports will continue to offer in-person services. All other services will be conducted virtually.

Click here for our virtual service contact information.
For our virtual Supportive Information Sessions, click here.
For further information regarding Ontario’s COVID-19 Framework, visit the province’s website here.


March 30, 2021 – UPDATE

As of Tuesday, March 30, 2021, ADSTV Points of Access in London and Middlesex will be considered Red (Control) Zones in Ontario’s COVID-19 Framework. These locations will not offer in-person services and will continue to offer virtual services. The RAAM Clinic at 200 Queens and Housing Supports will continue to offer in-person services.

Locations in Oxford and Elgin Counties will continue to offer scheduled in-person services under Orange (Restrict) Zone regulations within Ontario’s COVID-19 Framework.

For further information regarding Ontario’s COVID-19 Framework, visit the province’s website here.

Click here for our virtual service contact information.


March 24, 2021 – UPDATE

As of Wednesday, March 24, 2021, ADSTV’s 200 Queens Ave. Point of Access is suspending in-person services until further notice. All sessions scheduled will be offered virtually until in-person services are resumed.

Other Points of Access are not impacted at this time and will continue to offer scheduled in-person services as per provincial guidelines. Virtual services remain unaffected.

The RAAM Clinic at 200 Queens is not impacted by this and will continue to offer in-person services at this time.

For any inquiries about your scheduled services, please contact us at 519-673-3242.

For further information about COVID-19 in the community, visit Middlesex London Health Unit here. (Link: https://www.healthunit.com/novel-coronavirus)


March 1, 2021 – UPDATE

In line with provincial guidelines, all ADSTV Points of Access are in an Orange  (Restrict) Zone.

ADSTV will begin offering scheduled in-person services as of March 1, 2021

For further information regarding Ontario’s COVID-19 Framework, visit the province’s website here.

Click here for our virtual service contact information.


February 16, 2021 – UPDATE

In line with provincial guidelines, all ADSTV Points of Access are in a Red (Control) Zone.

ADSTV will begin offering scheduled in-person services starting March 1, 2021.

For further information regarding Ontario’s COVID-19 Framework, visit the province’s website here.

Click here for our virtual service contact information.


January 4, 2021 – UPDATE

In line with provincial guidelines, all ADSTV Points of Access are in a Lockdown (Grey) Zone.

All services will be delivered virtually with exceptions for RAAM Clinic and Housing Supports. All intake services will be offered by phone and all staff who are able will be working virtually.

For further information regarding Ontario’s COVID-19 Framework, visit the province’s website here.

Click here for our virtual service contact information.



December 14, 2020 – UPDATE

As of December 14, 2020: ADSTV Points of Access in Oxford & Elgin Counties are considered Orange (Restrict) Zones.

ADSTV Points of Access in Middlesex County & London are considered Red (Control) Zones.
We will be offering virtual services at all locations in Middlesex and London with exceptions for RAAM and Housing supports. We will continue to offer scheduled in-person services in locations in Oxford and Elgin.
For further information regarding Ontario’s COVID-19 Framework, visit the province’s website here.

Click here for our virtual service contact information.


July 29, 2020 – UPDATE

Beginning the week of August 31, ADSTV will begin the gradual increasing of face-to-face services.
As many are aware, our agency experienced a delay in this increase due to insurance concerns. We are pleased to share that these concerns have been resolved and we are ready to increase in-person services in a gradual way and with caution.
Not everyone may be ready or able to return to receiving services in-person. It is important that we provide choice and options for virtual services for our clients. We will maintain the virtual services  (phone, video, website) we have offered since March.
The safety and health of our team, clients, and the community continue to be of utmost importance to ADSTV. We are working diligently to finalize procedures, protocols, and policies that will help us offer quality services that are flexible, should there be any changes required by public health recommendations.
As we prepare to welcome more clients and colleagues to our many points of access, we are working on:

  • Reconfiguring our workspaces to meet current capacity guidelines
  • Assuring adequate PPE supply
  • Establishing new cleaning protocols
  • Strengthening training for infection prevention and control

We are hard at work to ensure we continue to support the health and safety of those connected to ADSTV.

When arriving at any ADSTV Point of Access, attendees will be screened before entry. We ask that all entering our locations are masked upon arrival. Our team will be wearing appropriate PPE for the setting and service. In the coming weeks, we will share the final details of how we will offer services within the guidelines provided by public health.

We welcome any feedback about your expectations of our return to in-person service as well your experiences with our virtual service model.

We thank you for your patience and understanding and look forward to our increased capacity.

Cliquez ici pour la version française.

Click here for our virtual service contact information.


MAY 15, 2020 – UPDATE:
With the first phase of reopening Ontario beginning May 19, many businesses and organizations have been given the green light to move forward with face-to-face business models as they are able. ADSTV is included in this list of organizations and businesses that are able to begin the process of reopening to the public.
As an organization, we have taken much care and consideration in adjusting our service delivery model to operate in a virtual space. At each step of this process, the integrity of our services as well as the safety of our team, clients, and the public have been our top priority. As we begin to navigate our return to offering face-to-face services, our priorities remain the same. While some businesses and organizations will be opening their doors Tuesday morning, ADSTV will continue to offer phone and virtual services while working remotely. Exceptions include the addiction medicine services for nicotine replacement therapy as well as at the Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic at 648 Huron Street in London and the housing supports provided by Street Level Women at Risk and Addictions Supportive Housing.
We are in the process of developing policies and procedures, procuring protective equipment, as well as creating the appropriate spaces to deliver services in a face-to-face setting. We are actively working to return to face-to-face services, as they are appropriate, safe, and manageable for our staff, clients, and community. We will continue to share announcements regarding changes to services, as they are available.

APRIL 29, 2020 – UPDATE:
ADSTV is please to announce that we have launched a selection of our Supportive Information Sessions online! They can be found here.
Should you have any feedback regarding our online sessions, we invite you to complete our survey here.
If you require immediate assistance while completing a session, please contact us at519-673-3242

APRIL 3, 2020 – UPDATE
At this time, ADSTV has made the decision to continue with phone-based and online services until further notice.
We have also moved many of our team to working remotely in effort to maintain safety.
We will continue to monitor the situation and explore options to maintain low-barrier services for our clients.
We thank you for your continued understanding.

MARCH 17, 2020 – UPDATE
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, as of 8:00 p.m. March 17, 2020, ADSTV is moving temporarily moving away from face-to-face service. We will maintain service by phone and web, but will not be open to the public. This will be in effect until April 6, 2020 at which time, service delivery will be re-evaluated. Our agency is doing our best to maintain services while practicing social distancing and current public health recommendations.
To reach our agency for services, call 519-673-3242.
Intake services will be available by phone from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.
You will be able to connect with your assigned clinician by phone Monday – Friday. We will also be offering short-term support to clients whose assigned clinician is unavailable for a call.
RAAM Clinic remains open.
We are working to maintain low-barrier service delivery and at this time, are continuing to explore other options. We will update our website with materials and additional support options in the coming days.
This is an important step in flattening the curve of COVID-19. In advance, we thank you for your patience and understanding.
To view our full statement, view this LINK.
To view our full statement in French, view this LINK.

March 16, 2020 – UPDATE
ADSTV continues to monitor the public-health landscape in relation to COVID-19. We are making adjustments to services to ensure the safety of our staff, clients, and community. We will continue to adjust services as required.
As of March 16, 2020 we will not be offering childminding services until further notice.
As of March 16, 2020 St. Thomas Walk-In Intake for March 17, 2020 is cancelled as is Woodstock Intake for March 18, 2020.
Please contact us at 519-673-3242 to be redirected to alternative intake services.
We will continue to screen attendees of our points of access and we encourage our clients, staff, and partners to practice social distancing, diligent hand hygiene, and, as required, self-isolation. Those who exhibit symptoms and have recently travelled should contact their public health unit and/or attend a COVID-19 Assessment Centre.
In London, the COVID-19 Assessment Centre can be found in the Oakridge Arena at 825 Valetta Street.

UPDATE:
At this time, ADSTV will be postponing our drop-in Supportive Information Sessions (SIS) Sessions at all sites. Other services and groups are not impacted at this time. We will also be screening those scheduled and arriving at our sites for symptoms of COVID-19. Stay tuned for further information.

At Addiction Services of Thames Valley, the wellbeing and health of our clients, staff, volunteers, and community is of the upmost importance. At this time, we will not be suspending services in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, we will be closely monitoring the situation at hand and are prepared to act as required. At this time, we ask that those feeling unwell, experiencing respiratory symptoms, fever, chills, sore throat, or runny nose refrain from attending our points of access.
We are recommending all adhere to COVID-19 guidelines produced by The World Health Organization, Health Canada, Ontario Health, and local health units.
If you have recently travelled and are experiencing:
• Cough
• Fever
• Difficulty breathing
You should self-isolate contact your local health unit for further instruction.
It is recommended that all who have travelled monitor their symptoms and avoid large crowds for 14 days.
For those who have travelled to higher risk destinations, such as Italy, Iran, or Hubei Province (China), you should contact your local health unit upon return to the county and regardless of symptoms, self-isolate for 14 days.
How can you protect yourself and your family?
• Stay home when you are sick.
• Wash your hands with soap and warm water often, for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
• Cover coughs and sneezes with your sleeve; or cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue, then throw the tissue in the garbage.
• Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
• Clean and disinfect high-touch objects and surfaces frequently.
For further information: Please see the following links:
2021-04-01T15:56:51-04:00March 13th, 2020|

We’re looking for your feedback!

ADSTV is working with CMHA Oxford, CMHA Elgin, and CMHA Middlesex to see if becoming one organization would benefit our clients and we want to hear from our clients.

In conjunction with our partners, we are hosting feedback sessions and would love for you to attend.

Please see this link to register for a session that works for you!

2020-01-22T11:52:09-05:00January 22nd, 2020|

2019 Holiday Hours

If you are in crisis you have several choices:

You may contact Reach Out 24/7 at 519-433-2023. The toll-free number is 1-866-933-2023. They can help you with next steps or connect you to the Support Line, which can also be reached 24/7 at 519-601-8055. The toll-free number is 1-844-360-8055.

You may go directly to the Walk-In Mental Health & Addictions Crisis Centre 24/7 for walk-in crisis assessment and support at 648 Huron Street in London near Adelaide and Huron.

If you are in withdrawal please contact the Withdrawal Management Centre at 519-432-7241 or go to the nearest emergency department for medical assistance.

 

London Office (200 Queens Ave)
December 23 – 8:30 am – 8:00 pm
December 24 – 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
December 25 – CLOSED
December 26 – CLOSED
December 27 –8:30 am – 4:30 pm
December 30 – 8:30 am – 8:00 pm
December 31 – 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
January 1 – CLOSED
January 2 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

January 3 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Woodstock Office (35 Metcalf Street)
December 23 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
December 24 – 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
December 25 – CLOSED
December 26 – CLOSED
December 27 –8:30 am – 4:30 pm
December 30 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
December 31 – 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
January 1 – CLOSED
January 2 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
January 3 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

 

St. Thomas Office (10 Mondamin Street, Suite 109)
December 23 – 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
December 24 – 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
December 25 – CLOSED
December 26 – CLOSED
December 27 –8:30 am – 4:30 pm
December 30 – 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
December 31 – 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
January 1 – CLOSED
January 2 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
January 3 – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

 

RAAM Clinic London
December 23 – 8:00 am – 11:00 am & 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
December 24 – CLOSED
December 25 – CLOSED
December 26 – CLOSED
December 31 – CLOSED
January 1 – CLOSED
January 2 – CLOSED
2019-12-05T16:30:22-05:00December 5th, 2019|

Request for Proposal for Integration Coordinator

CMHA Elgin, CMHA Middlesex, CMHA Oxford and Addiction Services of Thames Valley, the four LHIN-funded providers of adult mental health & addiction services in Thames Valley, have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore a more integrated system of services for clients and families by establishing a new single community organization.  The integration process will be overseen by a Transition Council composed of board and senior executive representatives from the four health service providers.
The partners are seeking a full-time contract Integration Coordinator to guide the team through the process and manage the project deliverables.  CMHA Middlesex, as administrative lead for the integration process, will hold the contract; but the position is accountable to and reports to the Transition Council.
All interested parties should forward their submission electronically on or before Friday, July 5, 2019 at 4:00 pm to:info@cmhamiddlesex.ca

Request for Proposal for Integration Coordinator

2019-06-27T13:18:31-04:00June 27th, 2019|

Alert from Southwestern Public Health – Fentanyl Overdoses

Through the period of May 29 and June 1, there were more emergency department visits for unintentional opioid overdoses than expected in both Elgin and Oxford Counties.

Southwestern Public Health has received anecdotal reports of Naloxone being used more frequently as well as reports of blue fentanyl circulating in the community.

In the event of a suspected overdose, call 911, administer Naloxone, and stay with the individual until emergency services arrive.

If you use substances, don’t use alone, avoid mixing substances, start with a small amount first, and carry Naloxone.

2019-06-06T09:43:44-04:00June 6th, 2019|

Alert From Middlesex London Health Unit

We have received an alert from Middlesex London Health Unit regarding reports of suspected opioid-related poisonings.

In case of overdose:

  • Call 911.
  • Give naloxone if an opioid overdose is suspected.
  • Stay with and assist the person until paramedics arrive.
  • The person should go to the hospital with the paramedics for further treatment.

If you use substances:

  • Don’t use alone.
  • Avoid mixing substances.
  • Start with a small amount first.
  • Carry a naloxone kit.

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2019-06-05T14:06:56-04:00April 5th, 2019|

Alert From Southwestern Public Health: Fentanyl Overdoses

2019 April AlertWe have received an alert from Southwestern Public Health regarding reports of multiple overdoses and overdose deaths in Woodstock, Tillsonburg. Sarnia, and Brantford. The substance was reported as blue or green in colour and overdoses symptoms occurred immediately after using the substance.

In case of overdose:

  • Call 911.
  • Give naloxone if an opioid overdose is suspected.
  • Stay with and assist the person until paramedics arrive.
  • The person should go to the hospital with the paramedics for further treatment.

If you use substances:

  • Don’t use alone.
  • Avoid mixing substances.
  • Start with a small amount first.
  • Carry a naloxone kit.
2019-04-05T12:28:58-04:00April 5th, 2019|

February 27 – OCCHC Closed

Oxford County Community Health Centre will  be closed early due to inclement weather.
ADSTV appointments and programs hosted at this location after 4:30 pm today are cancelled.

It is expected that regular business hours will resume tomorrow.

Should you require immediate assistance, please contact Reach OUT at 1-866-933-2023.

 

2019-02-27T14:59:57-05:00February 27th, 2019|

February 20 – OCCHC CLOSED

Oxford County Community Health Centre is closed due to inclement weather.
ADSTV appointments and programs hosted at this location are cancelled.

This includes Walk-in Intake scheduled this evening from 5pm – 7 pm.

Daily intake is available in London February 21. Clients may complete intake at any location and still receive services at their local point of access.

2019-02-20T15:17:51-05:00February 20th, 2019|
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