The housing referral services listed below are services that help individuals and families on limited incomes, who live in London. We invite you to visit the website of each referral services for more information by clicking on the link or contacting them by telephone.
Toll Free. 1-800-492-160
The aim of Ontario Aboriginal Housing Support Services Corporation is to provide affordable and adequate housing services to urban and rural Aboriginal people in Ontario requiring assistance adequate to their needs at a cost within their means.
Toll Free. 1-800-811-5146
A legislated central service funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health to help seniors and others to find the appropriate placements in long-term care facilities and/or to access available home support service.
The Housing Office compiles a list of available student accommodation in the private market that is made available through the Fanshawe Student Services Department off Campus.
A non-profit, non-governmental organization that builds new homes for low income families.
There is no office location for Information London. It is owned and operated by the Health Care Services. Information and referral services can be found on their website.
Improving the health and housing outcomes of individuals experiencing homelessness in London, Ontario.
A non-profit community resource centre provides support services to individuals, with a particular focus on employment, housing and referral to other community agencies and help in the organizational development of voluntary community groups and emerging non-profits.
A non-profit housing service that assists people on a low or limited income finds affordable private market rental accommodations. The registry recruits landlords/local property management companies on an on-going basis in order to link appropriate clients to available apartments, rooming houses and sharing arrangement in the City of London.
Tel. 519-661-0343 Ext. 300
Effective April 1, 2013, the Housing Stability Fund is offered by the Housing Support Services of the Salvation Army Centre of Hope and in cooperation with the City of London. It offers financial assistance to low income Londoners to obtain and retain their housing and for those at risk of homelessness to remain housed.
A charitable organization that helps to maximize the independence, personal empowerment and community participation of people with disabilities.
Listings of current available student accommodation in the private market may be viewed in the Off-Campus Housing Office from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., seven days a week. Locations are listed in Room 109 in the Elgin Hall.
Program and information are available to first time home owners.