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What We Do

The London Family Court Clinic offers a multitude of services to assist in the building of resilience of each individual.

The Purpose of Our Adolescent Services

When adolescents are facing challenging times, the London Family Court Clinic offers a multitude of services to assist in their recovery. From assisting children throughout the court process and specialized assessments with counselling available as well if needed; we use an approach that is therapeutic for all our clients.


Multidisciplinary Clinical Support

The multidisciplinary team members of this organization provide one-on-one, intensive mental health services to young residents (and their families) in 12 facilities throughout Middlesex County. This continuity program gives equitable access for youth regardless if they’re placed into custody because it follows them as they move through the system.

Specialized Assessments & Intervention

We offer a variety of specialized assessments across many programs for payment. Our Specialized Assessments & Intervention provide the support & tools to help those in need.

Youth Justice Assessments (YJA)

This assessment service is enacted when a judge is concerned about the mental health or risk posed by young people in court. This services aims to recommend strategies that will hold these individuals accountable while addressing factors preventing the re-occurrence of law-breaking behaviour.

Youth Therapeutic Court

Through the Youth Mental Health Court Worker service, we are able to identify and support those youth (up to 18 years) with criminal matters before the court who have suspected or diagnosed mental health issues. The goal is for these young people in need of help from a judge to get treatment as soon as possible.

As of June 14th, visitors to LFCC are no longer required to wear a mask while inside our offices. Some staff and visitors may choose to continue to exercise caution—we ask that all visitors respect any person's decision to wear a mask.

Screening is no longer required to enter our space; but we ask that you refrain from visiting if you are not feeling well and are displaying any symptoms of or have been in contact with any person who has recently had or displayed symptoms of COVID-19.

Please continue to sanitize your hands upon entry.