Health Zone is involved with multiple collaborations with community partners and programs offered in our community, in an effort to enhance our ability to serve our clients more efficiently.

Health Zone has also been involved with the care of newcomers to our area. 


London Middlesex Community Housing

LMCH provides 3,282 housing units across 32 properties for more than 5,000 people. Those who call LMCH home are a diverse cross-section of low-income individuals including families, seniors, adults, and new Canadians. LMCH provides and maintains homes in a safe environment to meet the needs of the community. 



Merrymount: Family Support and Crisis Centre

Merrymount exists to help children and families as they navigate through and beyond crisis, to build stronger, healthier families. They offer a variety of different programs and services including parenting groups, children groups, family support groups, a residential crisis / respite program, and community partner support. 



London Community Chaplaincy

The London Community Chaplaincy provides support to children and families living in two of the largest low-income housing complexes in the City of London; Southdale and Limberlost. LCC reaches out to families by offering basic needs support, activities and programs that meet their varied needs. They offer a variety of youth, adult and family programs at both housing sites.



STOP (Smoking Treatment for Ontario Patients)

A program aimed at improving access to Nicotine Replacement Therapy and cessation counselling for Ontario smokers. The STOP Program is a joint initiative of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care - Health Promotion Division. Our Registered Nurses and our Registered Dietitian are trained to offer smoking cessation counselling and Nicotine Replacement Therapy to our clients.

For more information on STOP


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i)

What is CBT-i?

CBT-i is a short structured, evidence-based approach to combating the frustrating symptoms of insomnia

How does CBT-i work?

CBT-i focuses on exploring the connection between the way we think, the things we do, and how we sleep.

CBT-i helps identify thoughts, feelings and behaviors that are contributing to symptoms of insomnia by combining several different approaches:

  • Cognitive interventions - cognitive restructuring attempts to change inaccurate or unhelpful thoughts about sleep
  • Behavioral interventions - relaxation training, stimulus control, and sleep restriction promote relaxation and help establish healthy sleep habits
  • Psychoeducational interventions - providing information about connection between thoughts, feelings, behaviors and sleep is central to CBT-i

What should I expect if I sign up?

  • A two-hour virtual group session with 5-8 participants and the Nurse Practitioner (NP) weekly for the first 3 weeks, then bi-weekly for a total of 5 sessions
  • Group members will be expected to participate in weekly homework that involves a daily sleep diary, sleep summaries and readings
  • Group members will be expected to return weekly sleep diaries to the NP for review prior to that day's session
  • Group members will be expected to participate during the group sessions by sharing experiences with sleep and interventions each week

If this sounds like something you would benefit from, please contact our Medical Office Administrators at and let them know you are interested in the CBT-I group. You will be asked to complete a Sleep History Questionnaire to ensure that this program is right for you.