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Mother Reach Coalition of London and Middlesex

Mother Reach Coalition of London and Middlesex is made up of a team of community members and professionals who promote a caring community to educate, treat and support women and their families who are at risk for, or are coping with  a perinatal mental health disorder.


Team of Community Members and Professionals

The Mother Reach Coalition is made up of a team of community members and professionals in London and Middlesex County whose purpose is to provide:

  • Public/professional awareness of perinatal mood & anxiety disorders
  • Improved access to services
  • Dissemination of information and resources to all prenatal and postpartum women, their families and caregivers

The agencies involved in the Mother Reach Coalition include the following:

  • Childreach
  • London Health Sciences Centre
  • Mental Health Addiction Crisis Services / Reach Out
  • Merrymount Family Support and Crisis Centre
  • Middlesex-London Health Unit
  • Thames Valley Midwives
  • Vanier Children's Services
  • Private practice social worker, psychologist

Join the Mother Reach Coaltion

If you would like to join the Mother Reach Coaltion, call Health Connection, weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 519-663-5317 ext. 2280.


Don't Wait, Get Help

Reach Out (24/7 Crisis Service)
Call or Webchat

Mental Health & Addictions Crisis Centre (24/7 Walk-in Service)
648 Huron Street, London (at Adelaide)

Support Line (24/7 Therapeutic Listening)

Health Connection (Speak to a Public Health Nurse)
519-663-5317 Ext. 2280

Merrymount Family Support & Crisis Centre / Mother Reach Support Group
1064 Colborne St (at Huron)

Family Services Thames Valley / Quick Access Mental Health Walk-in Clinic 


INsite Clinic-Your network for mental health and well-being/Family Centre White Oaks

519-433-0183, ext. 8111 or email ATapia@familyservicethamesvalley.com

Talk-in Clinics London and Middlesex


You may...

  • Feel sad or numb
  • Be tearful or cry a lot
  • Feel exhausted, but not able to sleep
  • Have changes in eating or sleeping patterns
  • Feel overwhelmed and can’t concentrate
  • Feel anxious or can’t stop worrying 
  • Seek constant reassurance from others or the internet
  • Have no interest or pleasure in activities you used to enjoy
  • Feel hopeless or worthless
  • Feel restless, irritable or angry
  • Feel guilty and ashamed
  • Avoid spending time with family and friends
  • Have thoughts of hurting yourself or others

If your symptoms continue or get worse, speak to your healthcare professional. 

Date of creation: December 1, 2017
Last modified on: January 9, 2018