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COVID-19 Service Change: Offices closed but accessible via telephone and online services. Counselors working Mon-Sat per usual program days, reaching out and providing individual phone based sessions to existing clients, past clients and potential future clients. Still receiving and processing program referrals and offering ongoing support. Women’s Contact Support Program offered by phone.

Changing Ways

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555 Southdale Rd E, Unit 100
London, ON
N6E 1A2
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519-438-9869
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Toll-Free: 1-888-438-9869
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Fax: 519-438-9780
iconPath Administration: Mon-Fri 9am-3pm

Application

Call to schedule an intake/assessment meeting * referrals initiated by the Criminal Justice system or other community agencies

Eligibility / Target Population

Men, 18 years and older, who wish to eliminate violent behaviour against their spouses/partners and who are able to benefit from a group program * both voluntary and court mandated
Partner Assault Response - Offenders 18 years and older, ordered by the court to attend the program in response to a criminal charge involving domestic violence

Fees

Client fee based on sliding scale

Executives

Tim Kelly - Executive Director
timkelly@changingways.on.ca

Contacts

Lisa Howe - Program Director
519-438-9869 ext 234 * lisah@changingways.on.ca

Languages

English ; French

Language Notes

Interpretation available upon request

Area Served

London-Middlesex, St. Thomas-Elgin, Chatham-Kent

Accessibility

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Description of Services

Services to help men eliminate their abusive and violent behaviours in their primary and intimate relationships * public education presentations

Partner Assault Response - 12 week group education and counselling program on domestic violence and non-abusive ways of resolving conflict * victims/partners of the offender provided with support including safety planning, referrals to community resources, and information on offender’s progress

Volunteer Training - Violence-free men and women are trained to co-facilitate men's groups, provide partner contact and participate in other activities

Services and Programs:

Meetings

Client groups usually run on Tue, Wed, Thu evenings, some weekday afternoons, and Sat mornings * frequency of client groups is dependent upon sufficient client referrals to run in a group format.

About Us

Changing Ways is a registered charity that offers a unique service in the community by providing alternatives for men wishing to end and take responsibility for their abusive behaviours. Changing Ways changes lives by disrupting violence and use, and plays a pivotal role in contributing to the safety of women, children, and men. This advances our broader goal of achieving equality within a safe community where aggressors are held responsible and the community accountable.

Last Updated: Sep 2, 2021: Suggest an edit