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211 Saskatchewan

An online resource database which is updated daily with social, community and government services information from across the province.

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24 Hour Family Violence Helpline — Calgary

Services offered include:  Court support counsellors who provide a single point of entry to the multitude of legal and court services; emotional counselling without judgement; safety planning; information & referrals; intake for the Shelter; intake for other programs; support to leave an abusive relationship; parenting support; support for loved ones (friends, family and co-workers) of victims; help for men who want to stop being abusive.

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A & O: Support Services for Older Adults Inc. Winnipeg

Social workers available to provide counselling and assistance.  Offers: emotional support; information on the progress of a the police investigation; assistance understanding the Criminal Justice System; information about the recovery/return of stolen property; assistance applying for compensation; practical tips for personal/home safety; referrals to other community resources.  Although referrals are made directly by the Winnipeg Police Service, Older Victim Services also accepts referrals from the community. You can contact us by phoning (204) 956-6440 and speaking with the Intake Worker.

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Ah-shawah-bin Sioux Lookout / Lac Seul Victim Support Services – Ontario

Provides immediate, short term crisis intervention services to individuals affected by crimes and tragedy.  Organization is dedicated to providing a service which is flexible, responsive, and culturally appropriate to all victims. Acknowledges the importance of supporting other service providers and community partners in their services to victims and communities, and in working together to provide a “community system of care”.  Ah-shawah-bin provides information and referral to other community resources, government services and human services. After hours: OPP Communications Centre: 1-888-310-1122

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Airdrie and District Victims Assistance Society (ADVAS)

Airdrie and District Victims Assistance Society (ADVAS) is a non-profit, volunteer based organization that provides 24 hour crisis response and support to victims of crime and/or tragedy through the RCMP in Airdrie and District, Alberta. Supported and operated within the Airdrie RCMP Detachment, ADVAS assists individuals within the Airdrie and Beiseker Detachments and surrounding districts. ADVAS will listen, comfort and support you when the RCMP request our services and during follow up calls. We come to your home, on scene or meet you at the RCMP detachment. ADVAS offers Court Support Services if you are required to make a court appearance.