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The Heartspace program is a specialized prevention, early identification, education, and community
treatment program for women who are pregnant and/or parenting children prenatal to 6 years of age and have substance use concerns. The journey of healing takes time, Counsellors work alongside and move at a heart’s pace in Heartspace.
This program is designed to improve the health, social outcomes and quality of life of women with substance use concerns who are pregnant/parenting their children through offering direct client services in the form of individual and group supports.
This program supports women to meet their addiction related recovery goals, increase parenting support and skills, and decrease multiple or duplicate health service utilization.
Staged Screening and Assessment
Who Can Make A Referral?
Anyone concerned about their own substance use can access screening, assessment and treatment services. These services are available for all individuals regardless or their stage of change or treatment goal. Third party and self-referrals are welcomed but not required.
Please note: This referral form must be faxed. It does not auto submit.
heartspace works in collaboration and engages in a number of partnerships with agencies that provide social and healthcare services.
No, children may not currently be in mom’s care and can still be involved with the program. If this is a goal of yours, Counsellors can explore this further in sessions and work collaboratively with community supports.
Heartspace aims to reduce to reduce barriers to treatment and can offer childminding while engaging in treatment.
On occasion, opportunities to engage in family bonding events may be available.
Services are available in-person within London, and virtually for Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford Counties. Attend walk in intake at any point of access.