Social Services

ATN Access Inc
5th Floor, 141 Dundas St. London, ON

N6A 1G3
We provide opportunities for individuals with injuries or physical, sensory and learning disabilities to gain access to employment or reach their learning goals through a variety of assessment, skills upgrading and personal development services. We want to help you try and achieve the goals and targets you set for yourself, as well as giving you the confidence and support you need to succeed.
East Village Arts Collective
755 Dundas St. London, ON
N5W 2Z6
EVAC’s purpose is to support art and creativity in the East Village and greater London community, by providing inclusive, accessible and affordable gallery/creative space, resources, workshops and events. We host a wide variety of concerts, exhibits, workshops, installations and community groups, working with the neighbourhood population artists and organizations to strengthen community ties and the local art/music scenes.
(519) 494-2785
Hutton House
654 Wonderland Road N, London, ON
N6H 3E5
Hutton House promotes and supports persons with disabilities through learning and life-enhancing programs that focus on each individual’s strengths, abilities, and interests. A healthy Social Learning environment for those that do not feel like they fit in anywhere else. We are an organization for individuals with disabilities who are looking for things to do in London. We offer a wide range of programs from art workshops, music courses, cooking classes, fitness sessions, and more.
London Food Bank
926 Leathorne St. London, ON
N5Z 3M5
Food Bank in London Ontario.
(519) 659-4045
Safe Space London
755 Dundas St. London, ON
N5W 2Z6
Safe Space is a volunteer run support centre for sex workers, allies and women in crisis currently operating out of EVAC. Our model is one of empowerment with the goal of meeting women where they’re at and helping sex workers operate with safety and with dignity. We hope to make real a community that strives to raise the basic living conditions of its most vulnerable and exploited members. We are open Monday and Tuesday nights, 6:00pm – 11:00pm and offer harm-reduction supplies, HIV & STI/STD educational resources, cosmetics, clothes, hygienic goods, first aid, food, coffee, tea, and information about current services in London.
YOU Made It Cafe
332 Richmond St. London, ON

N6A 3C3
The YOU Made It Café is a social enterprise owned and operated by Youth Opportunities Unlimited as an employment skills program for youth who face barriers due to homelessness, unemployment and lack of education. Ever dreamed of working in food production or working a customer service role? The YOU Made it Café is the perfect place to learn the skills and gain the knowledge you need to enter do this with confidence. Your experience at the YOU Made it Café will earn you a wide variety of skills that you can use in many other jobs. At the Café, you will learn safe food handling, proper food preparation techniques, customer service, communication skills and more. There are opportunities to work at special events hosted at the YOU Made It Café!
(226) 777-0116 ext. 108