477 Queens Avenue
This branch of Mission Services of London is a 16-bed addiction treatment centre providing a four-month residential program for males 18 years of age and older.
It’s a safe and secure place where men who are homeless or at risk of being homeless can work to overcome addictions and address issues such as anger and trauma histories.
Our goal is to restore confidence and self-sufficiency to lives that have been damaged by addictions. These objectives occur in an environment of spirituality, support and intensive group therapy. It is named after Canon Quintin Warner, an Anglican clergy who brought the first Alcoholic Anonymous programs to Canada.
Our program includes intensive group therapy. Other aspects of healthy living are promoted in sessions which deal with assertiveness, life skills, goal setting, spiritual awareness, sexuality and recreational activity.
In order to make a successful transition back into the community following the four-month residential program, clients may stay for up to eight months, if necessary, in one of the Quintin Warner annexes. During that time, clients may be referred to community resources for furthering education, career identification, community integration, etc.
Mission Services of London receives funding support for this program from the Southwest LHIN (Local Health Integration Network), along with community donations support. A copy of the LHIN M-SAA agreement and supporting documents are available to read at this branch site or click here to download.
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Mission Services of London opens doors of hope with compassion for those seeking emergency shelter and support, by offering safe shelter, food, clothing and rehabilitation.
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