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Community Resources



Learn how to take care of your mental health. Get the facts about mental illness. Find help for yourself or others. 


Advocacy / Women's Rights / Freedom from AbuseA law office which provides free legal information, advice and representation, as well as other services, to low income residents of Grey and Bruce Counties

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Violence Prevention Grey Bruce is the website of the Grey Bruce Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee. It provides information, resources and links for all members of the community on abuse and how we can work together to end it. 


Think family violence prevention is none of your business? What if someone you know is experiencing it right now? As a community, we have a responsibility to take action to prevent violence in our schools, workplaces, streets and homes. 


Are you or someone you care about in an abusive relationship? Here’s how to recognize the signs of domestic abuse—physical, emotional, sexual, verbal, or financial—and get help.


Promoting women’s economic independence and fighting against

gender-based violence, sexual exploitation and abuse.


Everyone has a Right to Sexuality Without Violence. Project Respect brings together youth and adults to work together to create awareness and dialogue about sexualized violence by encouraging critical thinking about root causes such as gender expectations and stereotypes..


The Assaulted Women’s Helpline offers a 24-hour telephone and TTY crisis line to all woman who have experienced abuse. Providing counselling, emotional support, information and referrals.


Transforming Lives, with programs that help women, girls, and gender-diverse people move out of violence, out of poverty, and into confidence and leadership.


Are you having family difficulties? Dealing with issues like divorce, custody or support? Plain language legal information on women’s rights under Ontario family law is available in 14 languages (including American Sign Language) and many formats.


Justice for Girls is a Canadian non-profit organization and registered charity that promotes equality, freedom from violence & colonialism, and the health & well being of teenage girls who live in poverty. 


Legal Aid Ontario is a publicly funded and publicly accountable non-profit corporation, responsible for administering the legal aid program in the province of Ontario, Canada.


Transforming Lives. with programs that help women, girls, and gender-diverse people move out of violence, out of poverty, and into confidence and leadership.


Pro Bono Ontario is here to help Ontarians who have essential legal needs but can't afford a lawyer.  Many of our clients are vulnerable individuals who desperately need help with everyday legal problems


Women and Gender Equality Canada works to advance equality with respect to sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity or expression through the inclusion of people of all genders, including women, in Canada’s economic, social, and political life.


The Ontario Association of Interval & Transition Houses is a coalition of first stage emergency women's shelters, 2nd stage housing organizations and community-based women organizations who work towards ending violence against all women.

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