Chatham-Kent Victim Services offers various crisis intervention services to persons affected by crime, tragedy, disaster, and traumatic situations. Our emergency crisis support services, which are accessible through Police, Emergency Services, and Community Service Partners, are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. With a team of dedicated volunteer Crisis Responders, we help victims cope with the impact of crime, tragedy, and trauma. Our professional, in-house Crisis Support staff facilitate and coordinate wrap-around care and educate survivors on local resources and appropriate support services in the community. We also work to educate the broader public by offering training opportunities on various topics.
Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic
The Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic offers legal, counselling and interpretation services to marginalized and racialized populations of women who have survived violence.
Women & Children’s Shelter Barrie
Women & Children’s Shelter Barrie provides a safe refuge for abused women and their children in our commitment to end violence against women. Our services aim to reduce barriers for women experiencing abuse and human trafficking to support their healing and journey to success.
Nelson House of Ottawa Carleton
Nelson House of Ottawa Carleton exists to provide shelter to women fleeing violence. We are a 15 bed, shelter with a 24 hour crisis line, onsite support/advocacy and counselling, children’s programming and transitional support.
The Safe Centre of Peel
The Safe Centre of Peel offers support and compassionate care to individuals and families affected by Intimate Partner Violence in the Region of Peel.
METRAC: Action on Violence
METRAC works to end gender-based violence across communities through education, research and policies.
Inasmuch House, Mission Services of Hamilton
Inasmuch House operates out of an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, intersectional feminist framework that is trauma-informed and client-centred.
The Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women (W5)
Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women (W5) assists immigrant and refugee women and their families to become full and participating members of Canadian Society.
The Redwood provides programs and services to support women and non-binary folks and their children to live and thrive without abuse, homelessness, and poverty. We work for social change through learning, collaboration, and advocacy.
Thrive is a community based family service agency, specializing in gender based violence and counselling services.