Fast Facts

  • 24,323+ volunteer hours donated in 2015-2016.

  • 342 children and 236 adults stayed at Rotholme 2014-2015.

  • Five branches devoted to 100% hope…more than a shelter.

  • 14,395 Store Vouchers filled 2015-2016.

  • 7,066 accommodated stays in Crash Bed Program 2015-2016.

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The purpose of the Accessibility for Ontarians  with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) is to ensure that all Ontarians have fair  and equitable access to programs and services and to improve opportunities for  persons with disabilities. The Act will eventually cover all of these areas:

  • Customer Service Standards
  • Information and Communication
  • Employment
  • Transportation
  • Built  Environment

The Customer Service Standard was the first  standard to become law as regulation. This standard provides guidelines and  examples of how persons with disabilities can be served and accommodated when  accessing services or participating in programs. The next three standards – Information and  Communication, Employment, and Transportation have been combined under one  regulation, the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR) . This is now law and the requirements are  being phased in between 2011 and 2021.

Our Policies & Plans:
5-20 AODA Integrated Accessibility Standards Policy


Other Links:
Making Ontario Accessible
French Language – Click for Southwesthealthline Resources

About Us

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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