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Community Resources


I want to leave the sex trade are there resources available to help me?

Elizabeth Fry Toronto
215 Wellesley Street East, Toronto, ON

EXIT Doors Here is a Sex Work Trade Transition program with the goal of assisting women to permanently leave the sex trade and recover from the related trauma. We also assist victims of Sex Trafficking.

This program provides personalized wraparound services and time-based interventions for women wishing to exit the sex work industry as well as survivors of sex trafficking.

Exit Doors Here uses a new evidence-based case management model of Critical Time Intervention (CTI). CTI has proven successful in transitioning people from precarious and sensitive situations to stability.

The Exit Doors Here team provides emotional and practical support during critical times of transition and strengthens women's long-term ties to services, family, friends, and the community. CTI is a time-limited evidence-based practice that mobilizes support for vulnerable populations during periods of transition.

If you or someone you know is ready to leave or need help getting there, Elizabeth Fry Toronto is dedicated to providing meaningful support.

Eligibility Criteria
The program is open to:

  • Reside in the GTA
  • Female-identifying individual 18 years and over
  • At any stage of sex work, voluntary or involuntary
  • A desire to leave sex work
  • Experience at least two of the following:
    • Has been, or at-risk of being in conflict with the law
    • Lack of positive social support/nature support networks
    • Substance use with a negative impact
    • Unemployment/underemployment/lack of employment skills
    • Lack of basic life skills
    • Lack of personal safety at the hands of an abuser
    • At-risk of homelessness or is homeless
I have an addiction. Can I get help for that?

Yes. The Human Trafficking Team will provide you with support services to help you with your addiction(s). Freedom from Addiction is one of Canada’s leading and most innovative alcohol and drug addiction recovery homes. Freedom from Addiction is a leader in drug and alcohol addiction recovery, offering a host of superb addiction treatment programs and services for youth, adults, families and employers.

Freedom from Addiction also provides a safe, sensitive, and sober space and offer different types of LGBTQ2S+ -friendly addiction treatment programs.

Freedom from Addiction
Aurora ON

Freedom from Addiction specializes in a wide range of addiction, rehab and mental health services.

Where can I get free confidential telephone support?

Victim Services Toronto

Contact Information:
Victim Services of Toronto
40 College Street
Toronto, ON
24 Hours a day / 7 days a week: (416) 808-7066

Victim Services Toronto provides immediate crisis response, intervention and prevention services which are responsive to the needs of individuals, families and communities affected by crime and sudden tragedies.

Chrysalis Anti-Human Trafficking Network

The Chrysalis Network offers a free, confidential telephone counselling service to women, men, and youth who have been trafficked for the purposes of forced commercial sex or labour. We also offer ongoing support to sex workers who do not personally identify as being trafficked or exploited.

We provide our callers with counselling, local referrals and Project Lifeline, a safe buddy system for sex workers operating in isolation. To use the Lifeline, just call and let us know when you're entering and expected to leave a date you're concerned about. If we don't hear back from you at the scheduled time, we'll inform your emergency contact and work to verify your safety.


Where can I find help and counselling in Greater Toronto Area?

Covenant House
20 Gerrard Street East
Toronto ON

Canada's largest homeless youth agency, Covenant House provides a wide range of services and support under one roof: 24/7 crisis shelter and transitional housing on-site and in the community along with comprehensive services, including education, counselling, health care, employment assistance, job training and aftercare.

The team at Covenant House has access to numerous services that provide housing, financial assistance, counselling, rehousing, and many other services.

Boost CYAC
890 Yonge Street
Toronto ON

The Human Trafficking Team has also collaborated with the Boost Child and Youth Advocacy Centre (CYAC) to provide supports for underage victims. A registered charity, Boost CYAC is a community-based organization that provides programs and services for children, youth and their families after abuse or violence has occurred. Boost CYAC also provides prevention programming and training for parents, professionals, post-secondary students and the community.

Strides Toronto

The Gender-Based Violence Program at Strides Toronto offers a variety of services for survivors of human trafficking, including trauma therapy, case management, peer support and group support.

Strides Toronto is a multi-service agency that offers a variety of programs and services for children, youth and families. As Lead Agency for infant, child and youth mental health in Toronto, Strides Toronto works with 31 core service providers to design and implement system-level improvements that transform access to services, experience of services and the mental health outcomes for Toronto's diverse communities.

Safe Hope Home
15-75 Bayly Street West
Ajax, ON

Safe Hope Home seeks to provide long-term recovery programs, designed to guide sexually exploited or trafficked women, or those at identifiable risk of becoming sexually exploited/trafficked into full rehabilitation and reintegration into society. This process includes housing, post-secondary education, counselling and more.

360° Kids
Newmarket, ON

360° Kids provides a host of youth support services to help isolated and vulnerable youth who are at-risk or homeless from across York Region to overcome adversity and crisis and to move to a state of safety, stability and well-being. Programs offered are emergency and longer term housing, employment programs, counselling, basic needs, outreach, gang prevention and education upgrading (iGrad).

Project iRISE

Project iRISE is a Survivor-led, community-based not-for-profit organization providing innovative skills & leadership development programs & opportunities for Survivors of human trafficking and those at risk. We provide trauma-informed and culturally responsive anti-trafficking programming and educational training for Survivors, youth, caregivers, service providers to educate and empower our community.

Lotus Health
555 University Avenue
Toronto, ON

Lotus Health is a health and advocacy program for children and youth under the age of 18 years who have experienced, are currently experiencing, or may be at risk of experiencing commercial sexual exploitation or trafficking.

Lotus Health are a multidisciplinary healthcare team who provides medical and mental health services and works closely with community partners to ensure a comprehensive and coordinated approach to care.

Lifeworthy - A SIM Project

10 Huntingdale Boulevard,
Scarborough, ON
Phone: 1-800-294-6918

Lifeworthy provides and promotes supportive community and spiritual care for sex trafficked victims and their families. Led by John Cassells, Ashley Constable and their team of volunteers, this project provides three main areas of ministry:

  • Mentoring and life coaching for young women who have been exploited in the sex industry.
  • 'Parents Hope' ministry to provide care for family members of sex trafficking victims.
  • Consulting and training churches and para-church organizations for human trafficking related ministries.
  • If you have a loved one who is being trafficked or otherwise involved in sex industry activities, Parents Hope is here to support you.
  • We offer online peer-led support group meetings as well as individual support.
  • There is no fee for services. Parents Hope is a program of Lifeworthy - SIM Canada
  • For more information, email Lynda at [email protected] or visit

Metrac - Action on Violence
158 Spadina Road, Toronto, ON

METRAC works to end gender-based violence across communities, through education, research and policy.

METRAC works with individuals, communities and institutions to change ideas, actions and policies with the goal of ending violence against women and youth. Delivering relevant and boundary-breaking services and programs, we focus on education and prevention and use innovative tools to build safety, justice and equity.

Aura Freedom International
PO BOX 69018, RPO St.Clair Centre, Toronto, ON
Email: [email protected]

Created in the name of gender equality, Aura Freedom is a grassroots women’s organization that works to eradicate gender-based violence and human trafficking through advocacy and education. We work with a diverse group of allies to achieve our goals.

Through education, advocacy, research, training, and feminist movement building, Aura Freedom has implemented sustainable projects addressing gender-based violence in both Canada and South Asia.

Our work has advanced gender equality, empowered marginalized women and given survivors anti-oppressive access to crucial services.

We have seen firsthand that by simply educating women and girls on their human rights empowers them to resist long-standing societal norms of gender inequality and the resulting implications, and live a life of good health and inclusiveness. When we add education on the root causes of gender-based violence, the impact of our work is further increased.

The Elora House - A New Hope
Guelph, ON

The project’s immediate focus is to provide a safe-haven in Guelph/Wellington County for girls and women exploited by sex trafficking. Elora House will provide immediate lodging, food and clothing and will help connect them with community partners for all areas of counselling and support.

The Elora House Leadership Team is comprised of staff who have experience working with Human trafficking and domestic violence survivors, volunteers in the Guelph/Wellington Community including those who work with victim services, SIM Canada, women’s ministry and police services.

I belong to the Indigenous community. Are resources available to me?

Supports for Indigenous Survivors

The Toronto Police Service is here to help you because we have a responsibility to protect and serve ALL victims of crime. Members will continue to build upon our understanding of diversity, the importance of respect for all people, and how to demonstrate inclusion, respect and dignity for all people no matter their identity.

The Human Trafficking Enforcement Team is dedicated to identifying elements of trafficking across all demographics and demonstrate cultural competency when working with ALL trafficking victims.

We have included Indigenous friendly organizations under the Community Resources section of this website.

You can also contact our Indigenous Liaison Officer:
Constable Monica Rutledge
Phone: 416-808-7406
TPS Aboriginal Peacekeeping Unit

Indigenous Led Services

Ontario Native Women's Association (ONWA)

The Indigenous Anti-Human Trafficking Liaison (IAHTL) Program supports Indigenous communities in providing survivor focused and localized responses to Human Trafficking. The IAHTL initiative was created by and for Indigenous people in order to end Human Trafficking in our communities.

The program develops and implements culturally grounded presentations, educational materials, trauma-informed tools and resources, as well as, awareness and prevention tools specific to Indigenous HT for communities that are created with invaluable guidance from survivors.

Liaisons organize community engagement and educational sessions with survivors, including youth, Two-Spirit and those who have recently exited, focusing on their strengths and resiliencies in order to inform the development of best practice models.

SpeakOut: Stop Sex Trafficking
Website: SpeakOut: Stop Sex Trafficking

Speak Out: Stop Sex Trafficking is an educational campaign developed by Indigenous people which focuses on raising awareness about sexual exploitation among Indigenous women and youth. You can get:

  • information on the website
  • downloadable materials for distribution in communities
  • a discussion guide that includes culturally relevant activities to help leaders and caregivers facilitate conversations with youth and provide support

Aboriginal Legal Services Phone: 416-408-3967
Phone: 1-844-633-2886

Aboriginal Legal Services (ALS) is an Indigenous legal services centre that provides free legal assistance to Indigenous people living in the City of Toronto. ALS is involved in law reform, community organizing, public legal education, and test case litigation.

Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto
191 Gerrard Street East
Toronto, ON

The Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto (NWRCT) is a community-based organization dedicated to providing resources and support to urban Indigenous women and their families. NWRCT delivers culturally relevant programs and services that empower and build the collective capacity and self-sufficiency of Indigenous women

The Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto (NWRCT) began when a dedicated group of Aboriginal women recognized the need for a gathering place in Toronto where Aboriginal women could share resources, support one another, and practice their traditional ways.

Toll-free: 1-855-554-HEAL (4325)

Talk4Healing is a culturally grounded, fully confidential helpline for Indigenous women available in 14 languages all across Ontario providing:

  • Culturally sensitive crisis counselling, advice and support
  • Personalized information and referrals
  • Acceptance of Aboriginal women's issues in a non-judgemental way
  • Help to find the path to personal healing
  • Scheduled telephone counselling sessions

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto
30 College Street
Toronto, ON

Native Child and Family Services of Toronto (NCFST) is a multi-service urban Aboriginal agency providing holistic, culture-based programs and services for Aboriginal children and families.

Our Anti Human Trafficking Team offers an inclusive, non-judgmental approach to support. It's called "Bekaadendang", which means being peaceful. Our goal is to support folks at all stages of their healing journeys find peace within themselves.

We offer specialized support to community members who have had negative sexual experiences (including trafficking), those at risk, those looking to heal, and to families of loved ones who have had one of those negative experiences. At this time, Bekaadendang offers:

Mental Health support for community 12+; including therapy for community who would like intensive counselling.

Case Management for community 16+ (but able to change this as needed), for community who need support with finding and accessing housing, employment, education, etc. We have many services internal to NCFST (including substance use support, transitional housing, pre + post-natal support, etc.), so we can provide a Circle of Care within the agency.

We also run various psycho-education groups, groups for survivors, and are always looking to expand our community offerings.

Each support is guided by the teachings of the Cree Medicine Wheel and takes an empowerment-focused approach to give the person a dedicated space to focus on figuring out what they need & help them achieve it.

Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre
439 Dundas Street East
Toronto, ON

Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre is an autonomous, vibrant cultural agency that involves and serves the Indigenous community with confidence for and commitment to their well-being. Our mandate is to provide counselling, material assistance and other direct services to First Nations people as well as to encourage and enhance spiritual and personal growth.

Please see below for many of Toronto Council Fire's programs and services:

  • Core Sector: Finance - Maintenance - Restoration of Identity (ROI) Project including the Teaching, Learning, Sharing and Healing (TLSH) Space with the TRC Call to Action 82 Turtle Sculpture and the Annual IRSS Legacy Celebration at Nathan Phillips Square
  • Gathering Place: Drop In Kitchen - Food Bank - Counselling Housing/Homelessness - Community Events and Information Fairs
  • Child & Family Support & Wellbeing: Prenatal Nutrition Program - Family Nurturing Program - Special Programs and Events
  • Health and Wellbeing Sector: Indigenous Healing and Wellness - Life Long Care Program - Urban Aboriginal Healthy Living Program - Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin (I am a Kind Man)
  • Youth and Youth Wellness Navigation Sector: Akwe:go Program - Little Embers Program - Was-Nabin Program - Youth Life Promotion Program - Youth Wellness Navigation Program
  • Education, Awareness and Wellbeing Sector: Literacy and Basic Skiils - Apatisiwin (Employment and Training)
  • Resolution Health / Cultural Support & Indian Residential School Survivors (IRSS): Naandwidizwin – Wechihitita (Healing Ourselves – Helping Each Other) - Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Trans and Two Spirits (MMIWGT2S)
I belong to the LGBTQ2S+ community. Are resources available to me?

The Toronto Police Service is here to help you because we have a responsibility to protect and serve ALL victims of crime. Members will continue to build upon our understanding of diversity, the importance of respect for all people, and how to demonstrate inclusion, respect and dignity for all people no matter their identity.

The Human Trafficking Enforcement Team is dedicated to identifying elements of trafficking across all demographics and demonstrate cultural competency when working with ALL victims of trafficking.

We have included LGBTQ2S+ friendly organizations under the Community Resources section of this website. You can also contact our LGBTQ2S+ Liaison Officer, Constable Carmen Wong, at 416-808-7268, for more information.

If you identify as Transgender, you can review our Guide to Police Service in Toronto – Dedicated to the Trans Communities of Toronto.

Efforts to end human trafficking are only effective when all victims of human trafficking receive support and assistance, including those who identify as LGBTQ2S+.

LGBTQ2S+ Led Services

Lotus Health
555 University Avenue
Toronto, ON

Lotus Health is a health and advocacy program for children and youth under the age of 18 years who have experienced, are currently experiencing, or may be at risk of experiencing commercial sexual exploitation or trafficking.

Lotus Health are a multidisciplinary healthcare team who provides medical and mental health services and works closely with community partners to ensure a comprehensive and coordinated approach to care.

The Toronto Rape Crisis Centre / Multicultural Women Against Rape (TRCC/MWAR)
24H Crisis Line: 416-597-8808

Contact us by mail:
P.O. Box 59098
Toronto, Ontario
M6R 3B5

The TRCC/MWAR is a grassroots, women and non-binary people run collective. We work towards a violence-free world by providing anti-oppressive, feminist peer support to Survivors of gender-based or sexualized violence. The TRCC/MWAR engage in public education, activism, and provide direct individual and group support to Survivors and their supporters.

Sherbourne Health
333 Sherbourne Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2S5
Phone: 416-324-4100
Email: [email protected]

Sherbourne Health is a dynamic provider of integrated health services, community programs and capacity-building initiatives that enable people and diverse communities to achieve wellness. As an urban health agency in downtown Toronto, Sherbourne provides holistic primary care and chronic disease management, mental health services, health promotion and education, and outreach and social supports. Sherbourne’s doors are open to everyone, with a focus on LGBT2SQ communities, homeless and under-housed people and newcomers to Canada, whose complex needs are often not met by traditional health care. Sherbourne combines high quality clinical care with responsive, culturally appropriate community development programs that bring low-barrier services to people in the surrounding communities who need it most.

Labour Trafficking

The FCJ Refugee Centre
208 Oakwood Ave.
Toronto, ON

The FCJ Refugee Centre serves refugees and others at risk due to their immigration status, and welcomes anyone asking for advice, counsel and support regarding these issues. FCJ Refugee Centre addresses systemic issues that newly arrived refugee claimants face in Canada including lack of resources, marginalization, and discrimination.

The FCJ Refugee Centre offers direct services to people who have been trafficked, taking into account the range of supports needed. Walking with survivors through legal processes, immigration procedures, settlement and recovery, we take a holistic approach to ensure people are informed and empowered to steer their own course out of the trafficking experience.

We ensure trafficked persons have access to orientation, legal assistance and referrals, information about their immigration options, appropriate housing, employment support, counseling and other forms of psycho-social support. The path out of human trafficking may take time, and we ensure that we walk with people the whole way.

What is Victim Services of Toronto?

Victim Services Toronto provides short-term crisis response, intervention and prevention services which are responsive to the needs of individuals, families and communities in the immediate aftermath of crime and sudden tragedy (typically within 72 hours).

Victim Services Toronto also has several programs in place to assist victims of Human Trafficking. Some of these programs are:

Victim Crisis Response Program

The Victim Crisis Response Program assists individuals and their families in the immediate aftermath of crime or sudden unexpected tragedy. Operating 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, the Victim Crisis Response Program is the only service in Toronto providing immediate on-scene crisis, trauma, safety and support services to victims of crime and sudden tragedies.

High Risk Support Services

High Risk Support Services promotes the safety of individuals and their families who are at a high risk of experiencing violence by an intimate ex-partner. Case Coordinators work with clients to create comprehensive safety plans, reassess safety options as circumstances change, as well as provide advocacy and linkages to community supports.

Case Management Services

Case Management Services are short-term (one to three months) intensive assistance for victims of major crime and sudden tragedy who experience multiple barriers to accessing services. The services are tailored to the needs of each individual and may include: emotional support, systems advocacy, financial assistance (limited eligibility), safety planning, accompaniment, assistance with accessing a wide range of programs, services and resources, and assistance in navigating bureaucracies. Case Management implementation of the Victim Quick Response Program.

Contact Information:
Victim Services of Toronto
40 College Street
Toronto, ON
24 Hours a day / 7 days a week: (416) 808-7066

What is VQRP?

The Victim Quick Response Program (VQRP) is designed to assist victims of the most violent crime who require immediate financial assistance that cannot be obtained through other sources. Eligible victims of homicide, attempted murder, serious assault, domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking and hate crimes have access to limited financial assistance.

Please contact Victim Services Toronto in order to determine eligibility. Case Coordinators will meet with victims, assist with the application process and ensure that victims have the proper community supports. The program is designed to fill the gap between when a crime occurs and when the victim receives longer-term support services.

Please note that Victim Services Toronto will submit the application to the Ministry of the Attorney General, which is responsible for the administration of the program.

For more information about VQRP please visit:

Contact Information:
Victim Services of Toronto
40 College Street
Toronto, ON
24 Hours a day / 7 days a week: (416) 808-7066

What is the Victim Witness Assistance Program (VWAP)?

VWAP provides information, assistance and support with respect to the court process for all Survivors and witnesses of crime. The VWAP is located within courthouses across the province. The Ministry of the Attorney General website lists the location of VWAP offices.

I have a large financial debt. Can I get help?

When a trafficker uses coercion or fraud to obtain credit in the victim's name, coerced debt is created. In coercive debt situations, for example, a victim may be threatened, forced, or tricked into renting cars, paying for hotels, gas, food, and rent, among other things.

The victim may also be forced to take out personal loans, student loans, open credit lines, or apply for certain social benefits, which are then turned over to the trafficker.

Project Recover

Project Recover offers free support, guidance, advice and advocacy to Survivors of human trafficking who are dealing with the negative impact of coerced debt on their credit profile. To date, Project Recover has had a 100% success rate in advocating on behalf of Survivors of sex trafficking. Project Recover also offers a number of practical resources for survivors and social service providers, and a toolkit about human trafficking for Canadian lenders

For more information please visit: or,
call the Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-833-900-1010

Other Resources for Survivors

Canada Wide Toll Free Number1-855-332-4283 [email protected]

The Salvation Army Illuminate, based in British Columbia, supports Survivors of trafficking across Canada to access help, support, relocation, treatment, leadership and employment training, and much more.

Their Deborah’s Gate Live In program provides wrap around aftercare and rehabilitation, and their Propel Survivor Development Centre offers navigation, counseling and equine therapy, employment, mentoring, both in person in BC and digital for Survivors anywhere in Canada

Timea Nagy

Timea is an International Speaker and Social Advocate for change

Human trafficking survivor, author, speaker and social advocate, Timea Nagy, immigrated to Canada in 1998. Her nightmare unfolded in Toronto in that same year after arriving from Budapest, Hungary in the hopes of finding meaningful employment. The daughter of a Hungarian policewoman, Timea was held (For three terrifying months) at the hands of traffickers and was forced to work in the sex industry. Thankfully, she escaped and started life anew. Ten years later, Ms. Nagy founded 'Walk with Me', a non-profit organization to assist victims of human trafficking and law enforcement agencies.

Courage for Freedom
Kelly Franklin, Founder Chatham ON
Phone: 519-615-2292
Phone/Text: 519-870-2292

At Courage for Freedom we educate, train, and certify front-line staff and community service providers with proven strategies and prevention tactics to serve vulnerable victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. We bring awareness to community agencies and personnel, government agencies, teachers and families who work or serve in a position of influence or care in this sector. Using our front line work experiences, lived experiences, care solutions, trauma recommendations and support options, we have offered countless survivors and their support persons/families empowering advice for their self-direction towards safety and even exiting. Our Horses that Heal programs offer trafficking trauma support starting points, followed by in person and offering virtual mentoring. We assist agencies with consultant recommendations, trend updates and hope. CFF having served countless survivors since 2013 with real time solutions and honest system navigation relies on a team lead by Kelly ( a human trafficking and sexual exploitation survivor) best-selling author and award winning activist whose goal is to listen to survivors and support their futures unilaterally.

Resources for French Speaking Survivors/ Resources pour les survivants francophones

La Maison
Maison d’hébergement pour femmes francophones
La Maison - Women's Shelter for French speaking women.

La Maison est un Centre multiservices qui offre un hébergement aux femmes francophones et leurs dépendants aux prises avec la violence conjugale et familiale.

Notre mandat
Offrir un environnement sécuritaire aux femmes francophones dans toute leur diversité, avec ou sans enfants, aux prises avec la violence conjugale et familiale afin de les appuyer dans la reprise de leur autonomie. La Maison s’implique également dans des stratégies sociales visant à réduire la vulnérabilité des femmes et à faire valoir leurs droits

Les La Maison est un organisme féministe géré par et pour les femmes d'expression française.

Les services directs, la prévention et la sensibilisation au coeur de la communauté sont une partie intégrante de son engagement.

Hébergement et soutien
Logement d’urgence temporaire, confidentialité, accueil, écoute, repas, transports d’urgence, gestion et planification des risques de sécurité.

Appui dans les démarches légales et administratives, information, orientation et accès aux services et ressources externes, défense des droits, suivi post-hébergement.

Programme d’activités
Rencontres individuelles et en groupe, ateliers thématiques et créatifs pour les femmes et leurs enfants, activités de loisir et de divertissement.

Liaisons communautaires – Sensibilisation, programme de bénévolat, éducation et formation.

La clientèle de La Maison :
Les femmes d’expression française dans toute leur diversité

Our mandate
Provide a safe environment for Francophone women in all their diversity, with or without children, struggling with conjugal and family violence in order to support them in regaining their autonomy. The House is also involved in social strategies aimed at reducing women's vulnerability and asserting their rights.

Les La Maison is a feminist organization run by and for French-speaking women. Direct services, prevention and awareness in the heart of the community are an integral part of its commitment.

Accommodation and support
Temporary emergency accommodation, confidentiality, reception, listening, meals, emergency transport, security risk management and planning.

Support in legal and administrative procedures, information, guidance and access to external services and resources, defense of rights, post-accommodation follow-up.

Program of activities
Individual and group meetings, thematic and creative workshops for women and their children, leisure and entertainment activities.

Community Links - Awareness, volunteer program, education and training.

The customers of La Maison:
French-speaking women in all their diversity


Fem’aide est une ligne d’assistance téléphonique provinciale offerte 24 heures sur 24, 7 jours sur 7, pour femmes qui ont été victimes de violence. Des ressources et des services de soutien sont fournis.

Fem’aide is a 24/7 provincial telephone helpline for French speaking women who have experienced gender based violence. Support and referral services are provided.

OASIS Centre des Femmes
465, rue Yonge

OASIS Centre des femmes offre des services de counseling et de soutien pour femmes francophones (16 ans et plus) relatifs à la violence dans les relations intimes et/ou à caractère sexuel. Leurs heures d’ouverture sont du lundi au vendredi de 9 h à 17 h.)

Oasis Centre des femmes provides counselling and support services to French-speaking women (16 years and older) who have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Their hours of operation are Monday to Friday 9AM to 5PM

Centre Francophone

Le Centre francophone de Toronto est un entre multidisciplinaire offrant des services socio-communautaires variés à l'ensemble de la communauté francophone.

Centre francophone is a Community Hub which offers a variety of social services under one roof.

Le Mouvement Ontarien des Femmes Immigrantes Francophones
20 Lower Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON

Le MOFIF a pour mission de travailler à la mise en place des conditions favorables pour améliorer la situation des filles et des femmes immigrantes francophones et favoriser leur intégration ainsi que leur participation active dans toutes les sphères de la société.

MOFIF's mission is to work to create favorable conditions to improve the situation of French-speaking immigrant girls and women and to promote their integration as well as their active participation in all spheres of society.

Agente de liaison francophone - Unité d'engagement et de partenariats communautaires
French Liaison Officer - Community Partnerships and Engagement Unit

Resources for Korean speaking survivors / 한국어를 구사하는 생존자를 위한 자료

KCWA Family and Social Services
5075 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON
[email protected]

캐나다한인여성회라고 알려진 KCWA Family and Social Services는 1985년에 캐나다의 한인 이민 여성들과 가정문제에 관심을 가진 여성들에 의해 발족된 비영리 자선단체이며 현재는 남녀노소를 불문하고 서비를 제공하고 있습니다.

KCWA는 “건강한 우리 지역 사회 만들기, 한 번에 한 사람씩”이라는 임무를 달성하고자, 문화적, 언어적으로 적합한 서비스와 프로그램을 제공하여 지역사회 구성원들이 폭력과 가난, 불평등에서 벗어날 수 있는 능력을 갖도록 지원하며 이민자들의 삶의 질을 향상하도록 돕고 있습니다.

지난 36년동안, 캐나다 정착을 원하는 이민자들의 다양한 문제들과 가정문제들을 위한 개별상담을 제공해왔으며 직업개발, 자녀양육, 재정, 정부 지원프로그램의 이용, 교육, 법률정보 등과 관련된 정기적인 프로그램과 세미나 운영하고 있으며 또한 지역사회의 현안을 해결하고 지원하기 위한 다양한 프로젝트와 지역사회 캠페인을 진행했습니다.

KCWA는 광역토론토내에 2개의 사무실을 운영하고 본사는 노스욕시빅센터와 멜라스트맨 광장을 마주하며 노스욕센터 지하철역과 직접 연결됩니다. KCWA의 지점은 배더스트-핀치의 노스뷰하이츠 고등학교 앞에 위치하고 있습니다.

정착이나 가정문제와 관련하여 도움이 필요하신 분은 언제든지 KCWA에 연락주십시요.

"KCWA Family and Social Services," formerly known as the Korean Canadian Women's Association is a non-profit and charitable organization established in 1985 by a group of women who were concerned about immigrant women and family issues. However, we now serve women, men, seniors and youth.

Our mission statement is "Building the Korean-Canadian community, one person at a time." We aim to empower the Korean Canadian community by providing culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate services and programs that are aimed to fight domestic violence, poverty and inequity as well as to enhance the well-being of immigrant families.

Over the last 36 years, we have provided individual counselling for settlement-related matters and family issues. We have conducted regular programs and seminars for career development, parenting, finances, accessing social benefits, education, and legal information. We have also done several projects and public awareness campaigns that were designed to support raising community issues.

KCWA has two offices in the GTA. Our main office overlooks the North York Civic Centre and Mel Lastman Square that is directly connected with the North York Centre Station. Our branch is located at Bathurst-Finch in front of the Northview Height Secondary School.

If you are looking for information and services regarding settlement and family counselling, please do not hesitate to contact KCWA.

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