About Mission Services of London: It was first opened in January 1951 when fourteen Mennonite families purchased and renovated a home at 536 Talbot Street to be a mission providing shelter, food, and care for men experiencing homelessness. For more than sixty-five years, Mission Services of London has assisted thousands of people of all ages and backgrounds. Currently, they operate five branches delivering programs and services for London and area: Men's Mission & Rehabilitation Centre, Community Mental Health Program, the Mission Store, Rotholme Women's & Family Shelter, and the Quintin Warner house. From We offer branch tours to the general public; contact us for times. Our work as a local social service agency is made possible through the help of hundreds of dedicated volunteers yearly, as well as countless generous supporters and partnerships. Although many different spiritual beliefs and Christian denominations are represented within the organization’s membership, directors, staff, students, volunteers and clients, Mission Services of London itself is not directly affiliated with any particular Christian denomination or group. They welcome people from all faith backgrounds without any discrimination or prejudice, and there is no imposing of the Christian faith on clients or staff.
"We have supported this charity who assists people struggling with addictions for over a decade as it really helps people who are at their lowest point. Donating provides them with resources, supports and helps them maintain their dignity. My wife works with people who have utilized and benefited from the support of Mission Services of London."
- Richard D.
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