Safety Network Durham
Safety Network Durham helps survivors of gender-based violence access support using a straightforward approach that starts with just one confidential conversation with a caring community coordinator.

Operating as one central hub, they offer immediate solutions and direct connections to experts who know the system to create solutions that help ease immediate burdens and begin your path to healing.
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Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario
  • EAPO Office: 416-916-6728
  • Seniors Safety Line (24/7 help): 1-866-299-1011

EAPO is recognized as the provincial organization leading elder abuse prevention in Ontario.

Our mission is to create an Ontario that is free from abuse for all seniors. We provide support to seniors affected by abuse, foster public awareness, deliver training, and community building.

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METRAC - Action On Violence

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.

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Neighbours, Friends and Families

Neighbours, Friends and Families is a public education campaign to raise awareness of the signs of violence against women so that those close to an at-risk woman or an abusive man can help. Neighbours, Friends and Families represents a significant shift in our approach to ending woman abuse. It engages the power of everyday relationships to help keep women and their children safe.
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Bethesda House welcomes and encourages applications from, and provides equal student opportunities to, male and female students, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minorities. Accommodation will be provided for students with disabilities upon request and if at all possible. Bethesda House is an LGBTQ positive space.