Use this page to search for gender-based violence services that are available across Ontario. These include services and supports related to abuse and violence from a partner, ex partner, family member, acquaintance or someone unknown to you.
Search results can be filtered in a variety of ways including type of service/support, the programs they offer, how they provide support (text, phone, chat, in person), and service features (accessibility features and service frameworks).
A location based search can also be performed through the use of the location filter and a map view can also be turned on.
Need some help deciding what type of support services best suit your needs? Try our interactive quiz.
Alternatives for Women empowers and supports women to move beyond violence and abuse through the provision of safe and affordable transitional housing, free counselling, education and outreach services for women in Prince Edward County.
|Phone:||613 476 4435|
|Crisis Line:||613 476 2787|
At Anova, we believe an inclusive world of shared power where everyone lives freely without fear of violence is possible. We are working to create change to eliminate patriarchal patterns that result in gender-based sexual violence and inequality. We are the product of a merger between London’s Women’s Community House and Sexual Assault Centre London, to provide improved services to our community. Anova provides safe places, shelter, support, counselling, and resources for abused women, their children, and all oppressed individuals to find a new start.
|Crisis Line:||519-642-3000 Toll free: 1-800-265-1576|
Armagh provides women and their children with the best possible opportunity to overcome the devastating effects of abuse.
The Assault and Sexual Abuse Program (ASAP) provides care to any person of any age who has been sexually assaulted. We also provide care to any person who is being abused by their intimate partner. Types of abuse can be physical, sexual, mental/emotional, spiritual, or financial. Our focus is on the health and well-being of our clients. All of our clients deserve and receive our respect and unconditional support. We do not judge. We respect our clients’ privacy and wishes. ASAP services are completely confidential. We do not involve the police unless the adult client (16 years of age and older) wants us to do so. If a victim is under the age of 16 and has been sexually assaulted, we may be required to call the Children’s Aid Society.
The Assault Response & Care Centre provides inclusive, trauma-informed services to all youth and adults who have been victims of or affected by sexual assault and/or domestic violence
The Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic offers legal, counselling and interpretation services to marginalized and racialized populations of women who have survived violence.
The Mission of Bernadette McCann House is to work for change that will end abuse, by providing safety, support and education to all those who experience abuse.
In partnership with our diverse community, Bethesda House provides secure shelter, woman-centered advocacy and support to women and their dependents (including non-human family members), to empower them to live free from fear, domestic abuse and oppression.
Bethlehem Housing and Support Services attempts to provide a safe, supportive environment where clients will feel comfortable accessing programs and resources that support growth, development, and situational change.
|Location:||St. Catharines, Ontario|
|Phone:||905-641-1660 Ext 228|
Birchway Niagara provides safe shelter and outreach supports for individuals experiencing gender-based violence. We will be a shoulder to lean on, a voice to advocate for, a space to feel safe in, an ally to trust, a guide to navigate, and a counsellor to heal for everyone affected by abuse of all forms.
|Location:||Niagara Falls, Ontario|