Improved access to quality, affordable independent housing—that offers a continuum of supports—has long been a need in London. The lack of housing has been a barrier to discharge for many [of the] clients we serve in our mental health program at St. Joseph’s Health Care London—and has also been a need of clients served by
Two organizations with a focus on providing affordable housing were among the grant recipients announced at the “community vitality celebration” hosted Wednesday evening by the London Community Foundation at the Hellenic Community Centre.
In May of this year, Lerners announced that in celebration of their 90th anniversary as a law firm, to honour those who have been integral to their success, they would be donating $90,000 to not-for-profit organizations and charities identified by their people and the community-at-large that impacted them in a meaningful way. The response to
With a vision of “Hope and Homes for All,” Indwell, a Christian charity that creates affordable housing communities, was recently honoured with St. Joseph’s Health Care London’s Community Partner of Distinction Award. This award recognizes partnership and collaboration – essential requirements of health care delivery and community service.
Indwell commemorates World Homeless Day and World Mental Health Day by celebrating the grand opening of its first program in London
On Thursday, October 10, Indwell had a grand opening and open house of Woodfield Gate, our first London supportive affordable housing community. The event included tours of the building as well as a ceremony and ribbon cutting. Previous Next It was also announced that the London Community Foundation will be supporting our programming in London