AWOL was established in 1990, has free membership, & publishes a monthly newsletter.
Members & interested participants can view a photo gallery on the AWOL website of more than 25 years of group history. Anova (formerly Sexual Assault Centre London & Women’s Community House) provides sexual violence counselling for female-identified survivors over 15, a 24-hour helpline for all genders, emergency short-term shelters for women & their children experiencing abuse, violence prevention youth programming, second stage housing & transitional outreach services.
Doctor led clinics every Wednesday evening by appointment; Drop-in hours on Mondays & Fridays 9am-4pm, Tuesdays 1pm-4pm, Wednesday 1pm-4pm & closed Thursdays.
Come to ESTPH anytime Monday to Friday between am-pm for free, anonymous Needle Exchange Program (NEP).
An independent agency with established relationships & partnerships with existing social service agencies, the Government of Ontario, & university research centres, Five/Fourteen provides foster care services in family homes, & community integration support for youth in foster care who identify as LGBTQ2S or otherwise gender-independent.
Five/Fourteen creates a path for our clients to move seamlessly from foster care to full independence with solid life skills & a supportive community.
Make your move to spark change on June 3rd and start your vision for a better city.
Last year, six Canadian cities staged hundreds and hundreds of activities in their communities - free for everyone to attend and participate in. Check out our photo gallery of events from around the world below!
Passes can be purchased at either London Transit Location (450 Highbury or 150 Dundas).
AWOL is a safe social group, open to all women who enjoy horseback riding, canoeing, hiking, dining, live theatre & concerts, playing cards & so on.
Thanks to the Ministry of Community & Social Services & the generosity of Londoners, there is no charge to attend.