Halton Violence Prevention Council does not provide support services.  If you are in crisis and require immediate support contact the following member organizations

Crisis and Emergency Resources

If you are in crisis and require immediate support, the following Halton organizations

Halton Police

For emergencies call 911

Non-emergencies call 905-825-4747

Halton Seniors Helpline 1-866-457-8252

Halton Women's Place

24-hour Crisis Line, Shelter & Outreach services

905-878-8555 (North Halton Shelter)

905-332-7892 (South Halton Shelter)

Canadian Mental Health Association of Peel-Halton

24-hour crisis support & Walk-In Services

1-877-825-9011 (Crisis Outreach & Support Team)

Multiple locations for walk-in services

Individual and group counselling

Sexual Violence and Intervention Services of Halton (SAVIS)

24-hour Crisis Line & Counselling Services

905-875-1555 (crisis line)

905-825-3622 (office) or 1-877-268-8416

Advocacy and accompaniments- men and women

Nina's Place

Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Care Centre

Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence Kit

Police or No Police Involvement.  

Accompaniments possible through SAVIS.

Joseph Brant Hospital Emergency- 905-632-3737

Halton Children's Aid Society

Community-based child welfare services and programs for homeless youth.  

Domestic Violence Unit and Bridging Families Program with Halton Women's Place.

 Multiple locations.  905-333-4441

Support and Advocacy Services

Browse our services below

Thrive Counselling

Violence Against Women Counselling

Safety Zone program (mother and children)

Supervised Access Program

Partner Abuse Response Program

Multiple locations

905-637-5256 (Burlington) 905-845-3811 (Oakville)

Nina's Place

Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Care Centre

Joseph Brant Hospital

Counselling Services

905-632-3737 ext. 5708

Hope Place Centres

Addictions treatment centre

Live-In program for women 905-875-3214

Live-In program for men 905-878-1120

Community based programs 905-465-3324

Family program


Alcohol, drug, and gambling treatment services

Assessment, treatment, and prevention services

Adult and Youth programs. 

Family and Friends support


Women's Centre of Halton

Support, empowerment, and social activities 

Individual and group counselling

Drop-In and scheduled programs

Oakville: 906-847-5520 Burlington: 289-878-1943

Multicultural Council Connection

Newcomer settlement and integration

counselling, language classes, employment support, and transitional housing.

Multiple locations.  905-842-2486

Reach Out Centre for Kids

Children's mental health

Group, family, and individual counselling

Walk-In services and crisis line 905-878-9785

Multiple locations.  905-634-2347

Radius Child and Youth Services

Assessment and counselling services- Oakville

Children, youth, and their families

Child abuse, neglect, and witnessing violence


John Howard Society

Crime prevention, research, and education

Systemic change and restorative services

Youth and adults

Healthy partner relationship program


Elizabeth Fry Society of Peel-Halton

Women at risk or are in conflict with the law

Youth and adults

Advocacy, prevention, reintegration, support


Family Law Information Centre

Information and referrals- family law

Family justice process, custody/access, divorce/separation, alternative dispute resolution

Milton.  905-878-7281

Halton Community Legal Services

Free legal information and advice

Ontario Works, human rights, tenant rights, disability benefits, employment standards

Oakville: 905-875-2069

Halton Sexual Health Program

Free and confidential sexual healthcare and resources including needle exchange

Multiple locations

311 or visit Halton Region Website

Halton Housing

Housing support, including special priority for victims of domestic abuse.

Oakville: 905-825-6000 or 1-866-442-5866

Summit Housing & Outreach Services

Supportive housing and outreach services for people with serious mental health issues.

Multiple locations.  905-847-3206

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