Community Resources

Service Providers across Canada

Workplace Training on Domestic Violence

By law, federally-regulated workplaces are required to comply with new legislation (Bill C-65). Give your employees the skills they need to recognize gender-based violence and the safe tools to intervene.


905-522-0127, ext. 204

Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children (CREVAWC) at the University of Western Ontario.

Contact: Victoria Robson ( 647 641 8905

Guide with resources:


To view a national list of transition houses, and to find a shelter in your area, please visit

The National Residential School Crisis Line: 1 866 925 4419

National Aboriginal Circle Against Family Violence

Kids Help Phone: 1 800 668 6868

The resources that offer guidance and assistance to those in need.

Peritoneal mesothelioma is the type of mesothelioma most likely to affect fertility in women, due to it targeting the lining of the abdominal organs. Since this cancer occurs in the same part of the body as reproductive organs, fertility is a significant concern. Research has also shown that women who were exposed to asbestos had connections to breast and ovarian cancer as well.

Visit here to learn more Link 

First City Recovery Center - Domestic Violence & Addiction

Discovery Institute - Correlation Between Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse


Free By the Sea, provides essential information and support related to domestic violence and addiction recovery. Substance abuse and domestic violence are undeniably related. Approximately 1 in 5 women and 1 in 7 men have encountered domestic violence from an intimate partner throughout their lives.

Our content is designed to offer guidance and assistance to those in need. Link


The most important measure pregnant women can take to protect themselves and their unborn children is to avoid asbestos exposure. This can prove challenging because most people who are exposed to asbestos do not experience symptoms and may be unaware when such exposure occurs.

See the health resources from Lanier  Asbestos Exposure While Pregnant Guide and  Mesothelioma Page


Financial abuse occurs in up to 98% of abusive relationships and is one of the top reasons that it is difficult for people to leave.

See Financial literacy resources from Annuity.


Guide from Boca Recovery created for victims of sexual assault and its connection with addiction.




Family Violence Line

Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services (AASAS)

Alberta Victim Services

Alberta Human Services – 24/7 Help Line for Domestic Abuse

Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters – 24/7 Staffed Shelters

British Columbia

Victim Link
: +1 800 563 0808

Ending Violence Association of BC

Government of BC Victim Services

Police Victim Services of British Columbia

BC Society of Transition Houses

Domestic Violence: It’s Never OK

Women’s Transition Housing – 24/7 Staffed Shelters

Family Violence Prevention Program Helpline
: +1 877 977 0007 or +1 888 987 2829


Saskatchewan Victim Services

Saskatchewan 24/7 Crisis Hotline

Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan (SASS) – Sexual Assault Services for Men and Women

Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan – 24/7 Staffed Shelters


Klinic Sexual Assault Crisis Program

Survivor’s Hope Crisis Centre

Manitoba Victim Services

Ending Violence Across Manitoba

Manitoba Family Services

Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelters – 24/7 Staffed Shelters

Newfoundland and Labrador
: 709 753 1492

Newfoundland Victim Services

Newfoundland and Labrador Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre

Transitional House Association of Newfoundland and Labrador – 24/7 Staffed Shelters

Crisis Line NFLD Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre: 1 800 726 2743

New Brunswick

New Brunswick (various contacts)

Sexual Violence New Brunswick

Violence Sexuelle Nouveau-Brunswick

New Brunswick Victim Services

Human Development Council Community Services Database New Brunswick – 24/7 Staffed Shelters

Support Line Sexual Violence New Brunswick: 506 454 043

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Victim Services

THANS +1 855 225 0220

Nova Scotia Domestic Violence Resource Center

Transition House Association of Nova Scotia – 24/7 Staffed Shelters

Avalon Sexual Assault Centre

Northwest Territories 

Northwest Territories Victim Services

Family Violence Services for Women

Northwest Territories Domestic Violence Help, Programs and Statistics

Northwest Territories Help +1 800 661 0844


Yukon Victim Services
(867) 667-8550; After Hours Support VictimLink 1-800-563-0808

Yukon Women’s Transition Home – 24/7 Crisis Line

Yukon Government – 24/7 Staffed Shelters


Nunavut Kamatsiagtut Helpline
Every Night From 7-12 pm (E/T) Toll-Free (867) 979-3333

Nunavut Help Lines

Nunavut Women’s Shelters and Crisis Centers

Family Violence contacts


Crisis Lines (24/7)

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