Purposeful Programs for Adults and Youth who are or could be in conflict with the lawAll Programs About Us
St. Leonard’s is proudly accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation.
Our accreditation covers organizational standards, community-based support and social services, and youth justice and ensures that our clients, participants, and partners are receiving the best services possible. St. Leonard’s is demonstrating our accountability to our community and our commitment to providing the highest quality programs and services.
Celebrating 50 Years of Serving London and Region
To support, advocate with, and empower individuals who are, or who are at risk of being, justice-involved.
St. Leonard’s Community Impact
Over 3,500 people helped in the last year
Over 50 years serving our community
4 Residential Homes for Adults
More than 20 Programs for Youth and Adults
Over 90% of funds go to direct program delivery
Programs and Services
Community Residential Facilities for adult men and women
School-based programs and services for students based in restorative practices
Community-based programs and services for adults
Community-based programs and services for youth
Out of deep respect for Indigenous peoples of Canada, St. Leonard’s recognizes that its work, and the work of its community partners, takes place on traditional Indigenous territories across our region and geography. The sacred land on which we deliver service has been a site of human activity for thousands of years, and Indigenous peoples have been stewards of these lands, sharing the natural resources and harvesting only what was needed for their sustenance.
We acknowledge that the lands we call home are the traditional lands and waters of the Anishinaabe, Attawandaron, Haudenosaunee, and the Lenape peoples. Today, this place is still home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island, and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work in the community, on this territory. There are longstanding relationships with the three local First Nations groups of this land. These communities include Chippewa of the Thames First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames, and Munsee Delaware Nation.
We are committed to working towards reconciliation and to supporting the recommendations of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. This will involve listening to, learning from, and working in partnership with First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. We are fully committed to taking action to ensure that Indigenous peoples feel welcomed, respected and enabled to thrive within our programs and services and as employees within our agency.
Looking for services or resources that may be available in French? The Southwest Health Line has a French Language Library available here.
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