YWCA Peterborough Haliburton exists to help women and children in our communities live safely, eat well and know satisfaction and joy in their daily lives. We offer shelter, educational programming, counselling, and advocacy, in collaboration with the community and women themselves. The YWCA knows that its fiscal management, community reputation and most importantly, valued staff are the basis for these trusting relationships.
Survivor engagement groups
Sudbury & Area Victim Services provides immediate crisis response, intervention, and prevention services which are responsive to the needs of individuals, families and communities affected by crime and tragic circumstances.
Sudbury & Area Victim Services is a community based non-profit organisation providing free and confidential assistance to victims of crime and sudden tragedy.
24 Bed Shelter with Outreach, THSP, Family Court Worker, 24-7 hotline
Nellie’s operates a 38-bed emergency shelter for women and children who are homeless and women and children leaving violence, and also a community support and outreach program for low income and socially isolated women and children in the community. Nellie’s is a community-based feminist women’s organization committed to social justice and anti-oppression. We have been serving the community since 1973. Year after year, we help women rebuild their lives by providing access to counseling, information and appropriate referrals, and by providing advocacy and support in areas such as legal and income assistance, training, education and housing.
Interval House of Hamilton consists of the Victoria & Friends emergency 22-bed shelter and community-based programs for women and their children who are experiencing gender-based violence, abuse, and/or human trafficking. Our mission is violence free lives for all women, children, and communities.
YWCA Hamilton strengthens women’s and girls’ voices, broadens their choices, builds dynamic leadership and provides essential and meaningful services that promote safe, inclusive, and equitable communities. YWCA Hamilton’s Housing and Gender-Based Violence Services Department offers a range of trauma-informed housing and gender-based violence support options for those experiencing homelessness and/or violence.
Safety Network Durham provides a centralized place in that multiple different agencies come together in one location to support the multiple needs of women affected by gender-based violence (i.e counselling, housing, legal support, financial support, etc).
Armagh provides women and their children with the best possible opportunity to overcome the devastating effects of abuse.
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.