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To self-refer to the program please call the Centralized Access Point (CAP):



call FEMAP directly:

519-646-6000 ext. 65178


NOTE: A referral from your doctor is NOT necessary, but doctors can use the referral form found HERE.

Current/Upcoming Events:


Marijuana Presentation
Ongoing - stay tuned for upcoming dates and times.
See slides here

Past Events:

Framing the Phoenix: A Mental Health Art Exhibition 2016

Tuesday May 3 - Saturday May 14

STRAND Fine Art Services

Evening Reception: Thursday May 5, 7-9pm



Ivory Hours

concert in support of FEMAP

December 11, 2015, 8:30pm

Tickets $15 Advance, $20 at door

Event Page

Run or Walk for Mental Health

October 19th, 2014 9:00am

For more information and to register, click HERE

Healthy Food for Mental Health
"I just called to say I love you"
Dance Party in support of FEMAP
October 26, 2013

Organic Works Restaurant, 8pm

Community Fest

June 15, 2013

Cenotaph Park in Mt. Brydges

10 am - 3 pm

4th Annual Middlesex Health

and Wellness Fair

May 5, 2013

3rd Annual Blues Night for The Alexander Hebert Fund in Support of Adolescent Mental Health/FEMAP

April 13, 2013

3rd Annual Blues Night

April 13, 2013 Ticket

June 22nd, 2012

CBC National News-FEMAP


December 2nd, 2010

Ways To Give:

To make a personal, in honour of or a memorial donation:

London Health Sciences Foundation

Please note: Under donation information please select "other" and enter FEMAP.


The Alexander Hebert Fund




NOTICE: JULY 9, 2018

As of today, due to staff constraints, FEMAP is unable to accept new patients until further notice. We hope to remedy this situation as soon as possible.

Immediate Crisis?


24 hour CMHA Crisis Line

Who We Are

Welcome to the First Episode Mood and Anxiety Program (FEMAP)

FEMAP is a program helping older teens and young adults (age 16-25) with emotional concerns that fall into the categories of mood and/or anxiety symptoms. We provide a safe and confidential place for youth to get help early, before symptoms begin to disrupt lives.

FEMAP provides a full range of services, from assessing whether someone has a mood and/or anxiety disorder, to helping overcome symptoms with proven methods (including therapy, medication, and substance abuse treatments). If you choose to access help at FEMAP, you will receive follow-up from one of our team members to help ensure you are on the right track to feeling like yourself again.

FEMAP is a part of LHSC’s Adult Mental Health Services, the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, and the University of Western Ontario. We provide quality care and conduct innovative research on the causes, preventions and treatments of mood and anxiety disorders.

We invite you to explore our website and contact us if you have any questions.

Contacting FEMAP

We are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and closed for lunch from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.


860 Richmond St., London ON

Phone Number:

519-646-6000 extension 65178

FEMAP Directory

Fax Number:





Please note that FEMAP represents a novel health care delivery model and, as such, we need to do outcomes research to test the model. This research will help determine what should be the "standard of care" for youth in Ontario and Canada. Because of this goal, all youth accepted for treatment at FEMAP will need to be willing to fill out questionnaires at set time points throughout treatment as part of that research. We are accepting youth between the ages of 16-25 who have mood and/or anxiety concerns.

Please feel free to contact FEMAP reception at (519) 646-6000 extension 65178.

Individuals pictured on the FEMAP website are models and are used only for illustrative purposes.



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