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Domestic Abuse Services Oxford

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975 James St
Woodstock, ON
N4S 0A5
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519-539-7488
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519-539-4811 or 1-800-265-1938
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Toll-Free: 1-800-265-1938 or text: 519-788-9993
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Fax: 519-539-1163
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Administration: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
Last Updated: Oct 7, 2020: Suggest an edit

Application

Call or drop in

Eligibility / Target Population

Women 16 years and older who have been either physically, emotionally and/or sexually abused and their children

Fees

Free

Executives

Rhonda Hendel - Executive Director

Languages

English

Language Notes

Interpretation available upon request

Area Served

Oxford

Accessibility

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Description of Services

Residential and community-based services for women and their children in Oxford County impacted by domestic abuse and/or homelessness

24-hour Crisis/Information Line- Confidential telephone and in-person support and assistance

Short-term Shelter - Shelter in Woodstock provides safe, secure, short-term accommodation * emergency basic needs provided * referrals to community resources and child support services * transportation to the shelter can be arranged

Counselling  For women 16 + - counselling for those impacted by domestic abuse and/or homelessness * services provided in Woodstock, Tillsonburg and Ingersoll

Transitional Housing and Support Program - One-on-one, community-based court and legal support, goal planning and safety planning for abused and/or homeless women and teens * housing referrals

Believe In Me - Support and information for children/adolescents affected by domestic abuse

Sexual Assault/Abuse Counselling and Support - One-on-one counselling for women 16 and over who have been sexually abused

Community Outreach - Support and information to women within their own community * call for times and places
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  • Counselling and Support Services Counselling and support services for women who have been impacted by domestic abuse and/or homelessness
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  • Shelter Shelter for women, with or without children, who have experienced domestic abuse and/or are homeless, in secure, home-like residence * emergency basic needs provided * referral to community resources and child support services * transportation to the shelter for women and children can be arranged * court and legal support * risk assessment and safety planning
Last Updated: Oct 7, 2020: Suggest an edit
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