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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Office Phone||Areas Served||Eligibility|
|RCC0044||Bernadette McCann House||613-732-7776||Renfrew County||Ages: 16 year(s) and up
Admission to Shelter - women ages 16 years and older * Children must be accompanied by parent/guardian * Community Outreach Services - women 16 years of age and older * Family Court Support Worker Program victims of domestic violence involved in the family court process
|OCR0360||Canada. Canadian Human Rights Commission||613-995-1151||Canada||Persons legally present in Canada or Canadian citizens and landed immigrants outside Canada. To file a complaint, a person must have been discriminated against by a federally regulated organization such as a federal government department, agency or crown corporation, chartered bank, national airline, inter-provincial transportation or shipping line, telecommunications company, certain mining industries, railway and others.|
|OCR1553||Canada. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada||Toll free 1-888-242-2100||Canada||No restrictions|
|OCR0940||Canada. Office of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of Crime||Toll-free 1-866-481-8429||Canada||No restrictions
Individuals are considered a victim of crime if:
* They have been harmed or suffered physical or emotional damage as a result of someone committing a criminal offense.
* They are a spouse, conjugal partner, relative of, dependent of or are responsible for a victim who has died or is not able to act for himself or herself (e.g., the victim is ill or is a child).
|KGN1273||Canada. Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Kingston||613-384-7201||Frontenac County ; Hastings County ; Lanark County ; Leeds and Grenville United Counties ; Lennox and Addington County ; Prince Edward County ; Renfrew County||No restrictions|
|OCR2280||Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc||204-945-5735||Canada||No restrictions|
|RCC0138||Crime Stoppers, Renfrew County||613-732-3332||Renfrew County||Ages: 13 year(s) and up
Children must be 13 years or older or have parent's permission to use this service
|MET0325||Criminal Injuries Compensation Board||416-326-2900||Ontario||Victims of crimes of violence occurring in Ontario that result in personal injury or death * crime must be an offence under the Canadian Criminal Code * any offence involving a motor vehicle is excluded, unless the vehicle was used as a weapon of assault|
|RCC0278||Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario, Eastern Ontario||613-406-6025||Frontenac County ; Hastings County ; Lanark County ; Leeds and Grenville United Counties ; Lennox and Addington County ; Ottawa (City of) - and area ; Prescott and Russell United Counties ; Prince Edward County ; Renfrew County ; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry United Counties||No restrictions|
|RCC0008||North Renfrew Family Services, Violence Against Women Program||613-584-3358||Chalk River ; Deep River ; Laurentian Hills ; Deux Rivières; Stonecliffe; Mackey; Rolphton||No restrictions|
|OCR2639||Ontario. Ministry of Community and Social Services, Toronto - Mailing Address, Welfare Fraud Hotline||24 hours, toll free 1-800-394-7867||Ontario||Anyone who wants to report social assistance fraud|
|OCR2693||Ontario. Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, Consumer Services Operations Division||416-326-8800||Ontario||No restrictions|
|OCR2255||Ontario. Ministry of the Attorney General, Ottawa, Victim/Witness Assistance Program||613-239-1229||Ottawa (City of)||Victims and witnesses of intimate partner abuse/domestic violence, child physical and sexual abuse, sexual assault (including historical sexual assault and human trafficking) * families of homicide victims, families of motor vehicle fatalities * elderly victims, victims with disabilities, victims of hate crime * Vulnerable Victims and Family Fund -- eligibility determined on case-by-case basis|
|RCC0252||Ontario. Ministry of the Attorney General, Pembroke - 297 Pembroke St, Ste 0611, Victim/Witness Assistance Program||613-732-2035||Renfrew County||Services begin once police have laid charges and continue until the court case is over * victims and witnesses of intimate partner abuse/domestic violence, child physical and sexual abuse, sexual assault (including historical sexual assault), and human trafficking (including sexual assault and forced labour), hate crimes and elder abuse * families of homicide victims and victims of motor vehicle fatalities resulting in criminal charges * support may be provided to other victims of violent crime
Vulnerable Victims and Family Fund – eligibility determined on case-by-case basis – speak with V/WAP staff
|RCC0253||Ontario. Ministry of the Solicitor General, Toronto - Grosvenor St, General Inquiries Line||416 326-5000||Ontario||No restrictions|
|RCC0238||Renfrew County Catholic District School Board, Pembroke - 499 Pembroke St W, Safe Schools Team/Activities||School board office 613-735-1031||Renfrew County||Ages: 4 year(s) - 21 year(s)
Students ages 4-21 * Suspended or expelled student ages 4-21
|OCR3097||Service Canada, Canadian Benefit for Parents of Young Victims of Crime||Toll free 1-800-622-6232||Canada||Individuals who meet both the applicant and incident eligibility criteria.|
|RCC0481||Victim Services of Renfrew County, Victim Crisis Assistance Ontario||613-649-2852||Renfrew County ; Algonquin Park||Victims of crime and tragic circumstances * VQRP+ -- victims, immediate family members, and witnesses in the direct aftermath of violent crimes|
|RCC0438||Women's Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County, Public Education||613-735-5551||Renfrew County ; Crisis line: 613 and 819 area codes||Ages: 16 year(s) and up
Women over the age of 16, who have or are experiencing Sexual violence and for those supporting them