Halton Women’s Place is a safe haven, providing information, education and support for women and children fleeing violence.
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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.
Women’s Shelter, Saakaate House Provides a safe and empowering environment for women and their children who have experienced violence and abuse.
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.
To support and provide services to women, and the children in their care, who are fleeing abuse – to be part of creating a community in which women, and the children in their care, can live free from abuse.
Sudbury Cedar Place: To provide HOPE for women and families requiring crisis housing and supports enabling them to find safe and affordable housing.
To assist women and their children in the transition from violent and abusive circumstances to a safe and secure environment and a renewed family by providing safe shelter and services, and encouraging them to realize their full human potential.
Provide support, advocacy and housing to women and children as they transition from broken to brave.
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.
Interval House of Ottawa provides safe shelter and support, intervention and prevention services, and advocacy to break the cycle of violence.