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24/7 crisis and support line

Reach Out1-866-933-2023

Reach Out is a confidential, 24/7 information, support and crisis toll-free phone service for people living in Elgin, Oxford, Middlesex and London.

Basic needs and other social services

To find a wide range of services visit Information London.
Find services specifically to help you cope during a time of financial hardship in the booklet,
Help Yourself Through Hard Times.

Coping with unemployment

The Canadian Labour Congress and United Way of Canada-Centraide Canada developed When The Paycheque Stops, a Handbook for Working Families Affected by Lay-off, Closures and Economic Crisis.

Community and government information

www.london.ca and www.middlesex.ca provide access to community and government information in the City of London and Middlesex County.

211 London Middlesex

211 London Middlesex launched in October 2011 to ensure residents can access and understand information about services available in their community. This telephone and online resource makes it easy for individuals to get to the information they need, when they need it. United Way was instrumental in working with 211 partners, including the City of London, the County of Middlesex, thehealthline.ca Information Network, and the London Community Foundation, to bring this vital service to our community.
  • To access 211, simply call 2-1-1 or visit London Middlesex information online.
  • For service providers, please ensure your information is kept accurate and up to date through thehealthline.ca Information Network.

Did you find what you were looking for?

If you did not find what you were looking for, please contact United Way at 519-438-1723.
We will do our best to refer you to the most appropriate service.

Help those in need

All people are important and deserve good quality of life. All people have the potential to need help and the potential to help.

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