Naomi’s Family Resource Centre provides safe, secure, confidential emergency shelter and support services to women 16 years and older with or without children who are victims of family violence in any form. Through renewed awareness of their strengths and resources women and children can establish violence free lives in the community and reach their full human growth potential.
Accountability and/or justice focused programming
Lanark County Interval House and Community Support offers emergency and on-going programs to women and children living in or escaping from domestic violence.
The Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic offers legal, counselling and interpretation services to marginalized and racialized populations of women who have survived violence.
Sakeenah is a network of transitional shelters across Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and Saskatchewan serving women and children facing domestic violence, homelessness or poverty. Sakeenah also provides casework for everyone, as well as mental health services and support clients with achieving their goals. We provide free education and awareness workshops related to finance and budgeting, mental health and self care, legal and employment. Our work is holistic to achieve the highest level of independance for our clients.
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.
OCASI was formed in 1978 to act as a collective voice for immigrant serving agencies and to coordinate responses to shared needs and concerns.
OCASI is a registered charity governed by a volunteer board of directors. Its membership is comprised of more than 200 community-based organizations in the province of Ontario.
Timmins and Area Women in Crisis (TAWC) is a dynamic, community-based feminist organization, which provides services on intimate partner abuse and sexual violence to women and their dependents in the Timmins area. TAWC works within an integrated feminist, anti-racism, and anti-oppression framework. The agency administers a sexual assault centre, an emergency shelter, second-stage housing and anti-human trafficking, transitional housing, family court, outreach and child witness programs.
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.
WomenatthecentrE is a non-profit organization that works to eradicate gender-based violence (GBV) through personal, political and social advocacy. As the only organization created by survivors, for survivors, we use our shared experiences to help create change at all levels.
Northwestern Ontario Women’s Centre is a non-profit, community-based feminist organization providing frontline advocacy, support and information to local and regional self-identified women experiencing violence, poverty, human rights concerns or problems with legal (family, criminal) or administrative systems.
We provide system navigation, referral, legal rights, information and documentation support for women experiencing gender based violence and coercive control, with a particular focus on family law situations. We work with other agencies such as women’s shelters, VWAP, legal clinics, etc. and Luke’s Place Virtual Legal Clinic to ensure women experiencing violence can access legal advice, safety planning, risk assessment and connect with appropriate supporting services. We coordinate a community based High Risk GBV protocol.
Our work is framed with an Anti Racist, Anti Oppressive approach and is trauma informed. We are committed to principles of reconciliation and building respectful relationships with Indigenous people and leadership. Our public legal education and systemic advocacy focuses on access to justice and the prevention of gender based violence; and provides individual women and gender diverse people with the information and access they need to make informed and strategic choices.