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Victim Services of
The following links are provided to victims and the general public in obtaining additional information and assistance on victimization issues. Should you know of a link that should be added, please email it to [email protected]
Alcohol, Drug, and Other Addictions
Resources in the area of alcohol, drug, and other addictions.
Children and Family Sites
Sites geared towards child and family issues.
Local agencies who provide counseling.
Court and Legal Services
Agencies and resources to assist with taking part in the legal system.
Agencies and information to assist victims of domestic violence and their Families.
Education Related Sites
Victimization related sites for educators.
For persons in dire need of shelter, food or clothing.
Information on obtaining employment in the Region.
Assistance in emergency financial assistance.
Sites to inform people of fraud types, and how to report it or avoid it.
Helpful provincial and federal government agencies.
Grief and Bereavement
Resources for people who have lost a loved one.
Hospitals and health facilities in the Region.
Local housing assistance resources.
Education and Support Resources.
Just for Kids
Websites geared towards children and their needs.
Just for Teens
Helpful sites geared towards teens.
Police and law enforcement Resources.
Local sites of interest to residents of Waterloo Region.
Resources on the mental health support available in our Region.
Links to assist new Canadians and people belonging to the many cultures in our Region.
Resources for people running non-profit agencies.
Want to try and prevent or stop victimization? The following links may help.
Research and Related Sites
Excellent online resources for researching victimization.
Resources promoting safety.
Resources to help meet the unique needs of senior citizens.
Resources for persons who have been assaulted and are seeking assistance.
Resources for people who have physical, mental or developmental challenges, and their families.
Agencies providing assistance to victims in Ontario, Canada and internationally.
Sites of interest to workplace administrators.