Biblio-Franco

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Biblio-Franco is the only French library in southwestern Ontario open to the community and families.

We offer books, in the following genres: children/new readers/youth, documentary, early childhood education, biography, fiction, healthy living, Franco-Ontarian literature, and magazines!

We also carry DVDs in various genres: comedy, drama, thriller, and family. You may also find that we offer a wide variety of CDs from artists that are hard to find in your local library.

We are located in room 174 at CCFL. Please feel free to contact us: 519-673-1977 x3816

Happy reading!


Regional Francophone Community Health and Social Services Hub

This hub is an access point and source of information to help clients with service navigation as well as awareness of, participation in culturally-sensitive activities and services. It is a pilot project in London Middlesex, with the potential for expansion to other areas.

Partners include: Carrefour communautaire francophone de London (CCFL), South West Local Health Integration Network, Addiction Services of Thames Valley, London InterCommunity Health Centre, Vanier Children’s Services, Erie St. Clair/South West French Language Health Planning Entity, Canadian Mental Health Association Middlesex, and Réseau-Femmes du sud-ouest de l’Ontario.

Partners will ensure a regular presence at the hub's office during the Centre’s business hours, to offer information and referrals to available services in French. Health promotion through various workshops, activities and guest speakers will also be available.

Through the hub, clients will be provided with information on services, referrals, or direct service offerings for the following: 

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  • Mental health and addictions services for young adults and adults;

  • Child and youth mental health services;

  • Women survivors of violence, abuse and trafficking;

  • Health system navigation and assistance;

  • Self-management of chronic diseases;

  • Assistance and programs for seniors and their caregivers; and

  • Public health.