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Support Organizations

(6) Results in All Provinces
(6) Results

BC Housing – Priority Placement Program

Provides priority access to BC Housing’s directly-managed social housing units for women who have experienced violence or are at risk of violence. Women may be of any age, with or without dependent children, and living off- or on-reserve. Women must fulfill eligibility requirements for subsidized housing, including residency, income, and assets requirements (see website for…  Read more

Canadian Mental Health Association Manitoba and Winnipeg – Futures Forward

* is a collaborative partnership where 3 community agencies (Canadian Mental Health Association Manitoba and Winnipeg, Community Financial Counselling Services, plus Youth Employment Services) have come together to offer wrap-around services to current and former Youth In Care aged 15-29 in Manitoba* offers services designed to help youth reach their goals and fulfill their highest…  Read more

Community Unemployed Help Centre – Help with Employment Insurance

* helps Manitobans obtain the federal Employment Insurance (EI) benefits to which they are entitled* provides information, advice, assistance in preparing EI appeals, and representation at appeals  Read more

Fred Victor – Ontario Employment Services

Comprehensive employment and job search services; assessment of skills, interests and experience; job search strategies, including resume preparation; information about careers and occupations, local labour market, employment and training opportunities; on-the-job training, work experience; help in maintaining employment; information and referral to other employment and community services Better Jobs Ontario Program Skills training and financial…  Read more

Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General – Crime Victim Assistance Program (CVAP)

Provides financial assistance and other benefits such as counselling, protective measures, travel assistance, income support or lost earning capacity, medical expenses, vocational rehabilitation, and crime scene cleaning to eligible victims, immediate family members, and witnesses who are known to the victim. Service does not cover offenders’ family members unless they are a direct victim. Applicants…  Read more

New Brunswick Department of Justice and Public Safety – Victim Services Program

Provides a range of support services and programs for victims of crime in New Brunswick to ensure that they are fairly treated by the criminal justice system. Services include court preparation and support, financial compensation, and referral services for counselling. General information hours are 8:15 am to 5 pm Atlantic time, Monday to Friday. Hours…  Read more