Add to clipboard
 |  Share  |  Email  |  Print     Updated June 30, 2017
Suggest an Update
Organization: Victim Services Toronto  
Phone Numbers: 416-808-7066
Crisis: 416-808-7066
After Hours: 416-808-7066
Fax: 416-808-7104
Email: info@victimservicestoronto.com
Website: www.victimservicestoronto.com
Address:
40 College St, Ground Fl
Toronto, ON
M5G 2J3
Intersection: Bay St and College St
Hours: Mon-Sun 24 hours
Executives: Bonnie Levine - Executive Director
416-808-7943 * blevine@victimservicestoronto.com
Bobbie McMurrich - Associate Executive Director
416-808-7053 * bmcmurrich@victimservicestoronto.com
Contacts: Sarah Rogers - Program Manager
416-808-7054 * sarah@victimservicestoronto.com
Service Description: Immediate crisis response, intervention and safety services, on site and by telephone * case management and coordination, advocacy, links to community services, prevention * href="http://victimservicestoronto.com/resources/#online-library">online library * Safety Planning Booklet available online in a variety of languages * High Risk Support Services and Victim Crisis Assistance Ontario -- see separate entries

TEAR (Teens Ending Abusive Relationships), tear@victimservicestoronto.com -- violence prevention through education * In a Digital World -- workshops for middle and high school students on healthy and unhealthy in person and online relationships * Youth Leadership Program -- recruitment and training to promote healthy relationships and raise awareness about abusive and harmful relationships * #TEARtalk -- weekly Twitter chat run by TEAR Youth Leaders

Trauma Dog Program -- certified trauma and handler team provide comfort to young victims of crime and sudden tragedy * available to clients of Victim Services Toronto

Volunteer Program -- recruits, trains and engages volunteers * opportunities include Victim Crisis Response, Interpreting, Board of Directors, fundraising and outreach * volunteer and student placement application available online or email info@victimservicestoronto.com

Services and Programs:

Fees: None
Application: Self referral, or referral by police, community or government organization
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Individuals 16 years and older, families and communities affected by crime and sudden tragedies, including domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, assault, homicide, suicide, elder abuse, workplace or motor vehicle accident, gun violence, sudden death, community disaster or crisis, home invasion, robbery, fraud, abduction, hate crime

Children up to 16 years with consent from parent or guardian
Languages: English ; French ; American Sign Language (ASL) ; Chinese (Cantonese) ; Chinese (Mandarin) ; Hindi ; Italian ; Portuguese ; Punjabi ; Spanish ; Urdu
Area(s) Served:
Durham Region, East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Toronto, York - Toronto  
See Also: Courts and Court Assistance
Crisis Intervention
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Victim Services

This information was last completely updated on June 30, 2017

Suggest an Update

© 2017, Findhelp Information Services