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If you or someone you know is experiencing a family crisis, call us.   519 434 6848

Merrymount collaborates with
organizations, schools, and social service agencies

Community Partnerships On-Site

Did You Know…

1 in 5
children born in London will live in poverty

1 in 4
children will not be ready to learn in grade 1

1 in 5
children will not graduate from high school

1 in 4
children will be overweight or obese

Health Zone Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic

Health Zone offers health care services for all ages. Their team includes Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Medical Office Assistants, a Dietitian, and a Social Worker. Call 226-777-1988 for more information or to make an appointment.

Thames Valley Alternative Secondary School

This program is designed to assist secondary school-aged students who are either pregnant or new parents to continue with their education while learning about the responsibilities that come with parenting. For more information please contact Tina at 519-434-6848 ext. 225.

Western Mary J. Wright Research & Education Centre

This unique Centre will drive state-of-the-art interdisciplinary research that examines factors impacting early childhood development, with the goal of fostering the health and wellbeing of society’s most vulnerable children, and enhancing outcomes for all children.

We are a member of:

Pillar NonProfit Network

Pillar NonProfit Network supports nonprofit organizations in fulfilling their missions in our community.  They provide leadership, advocacy, and support to the nonprofit sector through the promotion of volunteerism, professional development and networking opportunities, and information sharing.

Child and Youth Network

The Child and Youth Network is comprised of more than 130 local agencies and individuals dedicated to doing what is best for children, youth and families.

K.I.D.S. – Kids in Distressed Situations is a Not for Profit organization bringing new products to children and teens impacted by poverty and tragedy as an outcome of homelessless, military diployment of a parent, domestic abuse, major illness, or natural disaster.