Resource Map

If you have experienced domestic abuse, know that you are not alone.  There's help avaialble to you, wherever you are in Nova Scotia.  

If you are in immediate danger, call 911. 

If you are seeking help or are looking for information about abuse, you can call the Transition House Association of Nova Scotia’s 24-hour toll-free line: 1 855 225 0220.

44.6380852, -63.6172209
Chester, Municipality of the District of
Health centre; health services
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Yarmouth, Municipality of the District of
Health centre; health services
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Halifax Regional Municipality
Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape
44.7422452, -63.2917511
Halifax Regional Municipality
Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape
44.6381132, -63.6172276
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
LGBTQ2+
44.6464, -63.5830272
Bridgewater, Town of
Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
45.8338235, -64.2131395
Amherst, Town of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.944298, -65.069335
Annapolis, Municipality of the County of
44.843811, -65.274464
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.944298, -65.069335
Middleton, Town of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.616468, -62.000224
Antigonish, Town of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Antigonish, Municipality of the County of
Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
44.6464, -63.5830272
Richmond, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.6562304, -63.5764736
Amherst, Town of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales, transition house
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Halifax Regional Municipality
Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
46.099917, -60.754676
Baddeck
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
43.52723, -65.609274
Barrington, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.657919, -63.621541
Halifax Regional Municipality
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
45.045233, -64.734689
Berwick, Town of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Halifax Regional Municipality
Youth
44.6380875, -63.6172227
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Youth
44.6380946, -63.6172203
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Youth
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Pictou, Municipality of the County of
Youth
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Bridgewater, Town of
Youth
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Kentville, Town of
Youth
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Truro, Town of
Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
44.36985, -64.522779
Bridgewater, Town of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.372117, -64.52088
Bridgewater, Town of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Halifax Regional Municipality
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes
46.13679, -60.194224
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Health centre; health services
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Halifax Regional Municipality
Health centre; health services
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Kentville, Town of
44.6380828, -63.6172301
Health centre; health services
45.336285, -60.994442
Canso
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Health centre; health services
46.134858, -60.191921
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
46.197014, -59.956834
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
46.212763, -60.242159
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
46.150494, -60.137401
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
46.13679, -60.194224
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
transition house, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes
45.365534, -63.284952
Truro, Town of
45.693392, -60.770171
Chapel Island
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.542116, -64.23888
Chester, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
46.624959, -61.014815
Inverness, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.076912, -64.494474
Kentville, Town of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes
45.38174, -63.239544
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.365773, -63.286941
Truro, Town of
Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Youth
44.6380951, -63.6172357
Halifax Regional Municipality
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
44.6381135, -63.6172474
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
45.816667, -64.216721
Cumberland, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Cumberland, Municipality of the County of
Youth
44.648863, -63.57532
Halifax Regional Municipality
Victim Services - Services aux victimes
44.648863, -63.57532
Halifax Regional Municipality
Victim Services - Services aux victimes
45.078219, -64.49402
Kentville, Town of
Victim Services - Services aux victimes
45.587367, -62.646469
New Glasgow, Town of
Victim Services - Services aux victimes
46.141842, -60.196286
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.655779, -63.549574
Halifax Regional Municipality
Victim Services - Services aux victimes
44.626069, -65.758831
Digby, Town of
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
44.621529, -65.757553
Digby, Town of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.743624, -63.282731
Halifax Regional Municipality
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
45.623175, -61.987333
Antigonish, Town of
Employment Services - Services d'emploi
44.616742, -65.763076
Digby, Town of
Employment Services - Services d'emploi
46.23504, -61.30158
Inverness, Municipality of the County of
Employment Services - Services d'emploi
45.078022, -64.494727
Kentville, Town of
Employment Services - Services d'emploi
45.57181, -62.63769
New Glasgow, Town of
Employment Services - Services d'emploi
45.619204, -61.355902
Port Hawkesbury, Town of
Employment Services - Services d'emploi
44.934486, -63.533937
East Hants, Municipality of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.948514, -60.601152
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
46.132397, -60.188895
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
44.992543, -64.133155
Windsor, Town of
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
44.655571, -63.627644
Halifax Regional Municipality
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
44.971951, -64.925851
Kings, Municipality of the County of
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
45.388073, -61.5051
Guysborough, Municipality of the District of
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
45.389331, -61.502192
Guysborough, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.649963, -63.580123
Halifax Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.672331, -63.483198
Halifax Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.768615, -63.6955
Halifax Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.787241, -63.148104
Halifax Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.746017, -63.466417
Halifax Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.927851, -62.544239
Sheet Harbour
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.885827, -63.515117
East Hants, Municipality of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.704068, -63.854807
Halifax Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.648863, -63.57532
Halifax Regional Municipality
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
44.645477, -63.574648
Halifax Regional Municipality
Support Services for Immigrants and Migrants - Services de soutien aux immigrants et aux migrants
44.649963, -63.580123
Halifax Regional Municipality
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.372117, -64.52088
Queens, Municipality of the Region of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
44.643375, -63.57644
Halifax Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.645972, -63.620024
Halifax Regional Municipality
45.087964, -63.402
East Hants, Municipality of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
46.64083, -60.403964
Victoria, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.612873, -61.341672
Inverness, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
46.230828, -61.304383
Inverness, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.6595072, -63.5797504
Digby, Municipality of the District of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house
44.6595072, -63.5797504
Annapolis, Municipality of the County of
transition house, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition
44.6595072, -63.5797504
Yarmouth, Town of
44.6595072, -63.5797504
Argyle, Municipality of the District of
transition house, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition
44.6595072, -63.5797504
Digby, Town of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house
44.6595072, -63.5797504
Clare, Municipality of the District of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house
44.6595072, -63.5797504
Shelburne, Municipality of the District of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house
44.6595072, -63.5797504
Yarmouth, Municipality of the District of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house
45.078785, -64.50041
Kings, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.532011, -61.86779
Antigonish, Municipality of the County of
45.067517, -64.449567
Kings, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.99169, -64.939406
Kings, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.640951, -63.568059
Halifax Regional Municipality
Employment Services - Services d'emploi
46.139912, -60.182009
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Employment Services - Services d'emploi
44.92441, -62.539536
Halifax Regional Municipality
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
45.618175, -61.358965
Inverness, Municipality of the County of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house
45.618175, -61.358965
Port Hawkesbury, Town of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
44.653315, -63.585261
Halifax Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.382868, -64.339515
Lunenburg, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
46.196919, -59.957004
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Amherst, Town of
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
44.752882, -63.663668
Halifax Regional Municipality
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
44.662784, -63.5797504
44.187467, -66.162335
Clare, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.975101, -61.121581
Inverness, Municipality of the County of
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition
45.365773, -63.286941
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.33371, -63.292185
Truro, Town of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
45.331343, -63.292386
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.6562304, -63.5764736
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
45.616325, -61.985892
Antigonish, Town of
Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house
45.816667, -64.216721
Amherst, Town of
Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
45.56976, -62.638732
New Glasgow, Town of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.58717, -62.645119
New Glasgow, Town of
Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
44.665418, -63.569686
Halifax Regional Municipality
Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
44.645106, -63.57592
Halifax Regional Municipality
Support Services for Immigrants and Migrants - Services de soutien aux immigrants et aux migrants
44.655323, -63.587722
Halifax Regional Municipality
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
44.643375, -63.57644
Halifax Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
45.832448, -64.210919
Amherst, Town of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.747823, -65.514525
Annapolis, Municipality of the County of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
45.615501, -61.999454
Antigonish, Municipality of the County of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.372487, -64.528969
Bridgewater, Town of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.669147, -63.576368
Halifax Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.643375, -63.57644
Halifax Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.658696, -63.598229
Halifax Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
45.076748, -64.493145
Kentville, Town of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.038701, -64.7156
Queens, Municipality of the Region of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
45.589517, -62.64525
New Glasgow, Town of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
45.612995, -61.358106
Inverness, Municipality of the County of
44.667255, -63.603395
Halifax Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
46.140304, -60.196376
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
46.140304, -60.196376
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
45.365671, -63.285956
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.989872, -64.120829
West Hants, Municipality of the District of
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
43.831876, -66.120273
Yarmouth, Municipality of the District of
46.141842, -60.196286
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
44.647281, -63.576545
Halifax Regional Municipality
Support Services for Immigrants and Migrants - Services de soutien aux immigrants et aux migrants
45.736315, -63.867288
Cumberland, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.410777, -64.32851
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.675414, -62.711024
Pictou, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.578722, -62.643402
New Glasgow, Town of
Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
45.853072, -63.660308
Cumberland, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.036428, -64.704593
Queens, Municipality of the Region of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.65339, -60.861298
Richmond, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.833553, -64.212899
New Glasgow, Town of
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
44.84074, -65.289731
Annapolis, Municipality of the County of
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
44.373522, -64.519341
Bridgewater, Town of
44.665545, -63.570003
Halifax Regional Municipality
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
46.196795, -59.957735
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
44.66213, -63.553605
Halifax Regional Municipality
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
44.642304, -63.571414
Halifax Regional Municipality
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
44.65107, -63.649486
Halifax Regional Municipality
44.651014, -63.582028
Halifax Regional Municipality
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
45.087858, -64.494922
Kentville, Town of
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
44.037372, -64.718025
Queens, Municipality of the Region of
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
44.777118, -63.675182
Halifax Regional Municipality
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
45.650676, -64.056851
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
46.138398, -60.183092
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
45.364347, -63.274887
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
45.561494, -62.711909
Pictou, Municipality of the County of
43.847286, -66.111762
Yarmouth, Town of
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
46.210079, -60.24785
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
46.137608, -60.192276
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
44.6529536, -63.5731968
Lunenburg, Municipality of the District of
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
43.764358, -65.324023
Shelburne, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.140556, -61.983889
Guysborough, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.603456, -63.611399
Halifax Regional Municipality
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
45.64992, -64.059102
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.559157, -62.659922
Pictou, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.6464, -63.5830272
Pictou, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.140385, -63.351633
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.667255, -63.603395
Halifax Regional Municipality
Legal Aid - Aide juridique
45.709205, -63.294187
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.58717, -62.645119
Pictou, Municipality of the County of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
45.58717, -62.645119
Annapolis, Municipality of the County of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle, transition house
45.58717, -62.645119
Guysborough, Municipality of the District of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle, transition house
45.365122, -63.280954
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Halifax Regional Municipality
Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
44.61392, -63.616527
Halifax Regional Municipality
Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
44.652713, -65.628754
Annapolis, Municipality of the County of
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
45.365773, -63.286941
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes
44.622155, -65.755931
Digby, Municipality of the District of
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
43.764583, -65.3193
Shelburne, Municipality of the District of
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
43.849224, -66.11107
Yarmouth, Municipality of the District of
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
45.364747, -63.277647
Colchester, Muncipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.554095, -62.711619
Pictou, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.987823, -64.106273
West Hants, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.995025, -64.136538
West Hants, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
45.091763, -64.35934
Kings, Municipality of the County of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
44.6496768, -63.5895808
Annapolis, Municipality of the County of
Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
43.836481, -66.08905
Yarmouth, Municipality of the District of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
43.854447, -66.112537
Yarmouth, Town of
Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Various health services to the members of Acadia First Nation and their families. 

311 Beech Hill Road
Chester Baisn NS B0J 1K0
Canada

Service: Health centre; health services

Various health services to the members of Acadia First Nation and their families. 

10539 Hwy #3
Yarmouth NS B5A 5J7
Canada

Service: Health centre; health services

Adsum offers a range of services and support to women, families, youth and trans* persons during periods of homelessness. Adsum operates four Halifax locations: an emergency shelter, second-stage housing and two apartments complexes where housing is supportive and affordable.

(secret address)
Halifax NS B3K 2Z4
Canada

Service: Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape

Located in Halifax, Alice House is second-stage non-profit housing for women with or without children offers a safe non-judgmental environment for women leaving abusive relationships.

Location: Halifax Regional Municipality

Website: alicehouse.ca
Service: Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape

Offers a range of public education to schools, workplaces, community organizations and healthcare providers; Runs the S.W.E.E.P project  (Sex Workers Encouraging and Empowering Peers).

150 Bentinck Street
Sydney NS B1P 4W4
Canada

Service: LGBTQ2+

At Alternatives we believe the people who share their lives with us may be the ones in our families and communities with the most knowledge about complications of love and hurt, and, the most skill at responding. We define “family” and “community” with great care around diversity. We work collaboratively with others in our communities committed to:  

  1. addressing replications of violence within our social responses to violence, and
  2. developing helpful practices together with individuals, families and communities.

 

48 Empire St.
Bridgewater NS B4V 2J3
Canada

Service: Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes

The mission of the Amherst Police Department is to ensure safety and professional service to its citizens. This is done through dedication and accountability in partnership with our community.

Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Family Matters is located in Lawrencetown and  caters to children 0-6 years old and their families in Annapolis County.

Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Services for women and adolescent girls; Information; crisis intervention; short-term and ongoing support that includes problem-solving and emotional support; advocacy; accompaniment; referrals; skill development and volunteer opportunities; alternative measures and student placement opportunities; referrals; outreach services; Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program; support groups for survivors of sexual trauma; health services; advocacy and accompaniment; information and support.

219 Main Street, 204 Kirk Place
Antigonish NS B2G2C1
Canada

Service: Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle

1706 Hwy 206
Richmond County NS B0E1A0
Canada

Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

24 Hour Help Line: 902-667-1200

Autumn House offers services to women in Amherst and Cumberland counties who have been abused by an intimate partner (husband, boyfriend, common law spouse or same sex partner).

Phone: (902) 667-1344

About Us

Autumn House offers services to women who have been abused by an intimate partner (husband, boyfriend, common law spouse, same sex partner). The shelter is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and our phone lines are always open.

Services are offered at no cost and are completely confidential.

We offer the following services:

  • shelter for women and children
  • counselling and information on abuse and its effects
  • advocacy: help in accessing community resources such as financial assistance, police, lawyers, children’s services, etc.
  • accompaniment to court and professional appointments
  • Ourselves support group.

Outreach Services:

Autumn House offers outreach services to reach victims of abuse in the community. If you require this support we can arrange to meet with you in your community.

Amherst
Amhrest NS B4H 2S5
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales, transition house

24 Hour Help Line: 902-667-1200

Autumn House offers services to women in Amherst and Cumberland counties who have been abused by an intimate partner (husband, boyfriend, common law spouse or same sex partner).

Phone: 902-667-1344

About Us

Autumn House offers services to women who have been abused by an intimate partner (husband, boyfriend, common law spouse, same sex partner). The shelter is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and our phone lines are always open.

Services are offered at no cost and are completely confidential.

We offer the following services:

  • shelter for women and children
  • counselling and information on abuse and its effects
  • advocacy: help in accessing community resources such as financial assistance, police, lawyers, children’s services, etc.
  • accompaniment to court and professional appointments
  • Ourselves support group.

Outreach Services:

Autumn House offers outreach services to reach victims of abuse in the community. If you require this support we can arrange to meet with you in your community.

Amherst
Amherst NS B4H 2S5
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales

Avalon Centre provides a contiuum of specialized sexual assault services. It provides counselling, supportive information and referral, and education to those who have suffered any sexual assaults. The primary emphasis is on immediate care/support, education, counselling and leadership/advocacy services for women.

1526 Dresden Row, Suite 401
Halifax NS B3J 3K3
Canada

Service: Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Bayers Westwood Family Resource Centre is located in the heart of Metro Halifax in the centre of the region's largest housing community.

We aim to offer a safe, welcoming, respectful and supportive environment for participants, children, community members and volunteers. Our programs include social, interactive, educational and empowering opportunities for parents, caregivers and community members supporting participants strengths and skills.

We offer a variety of programs, resources and services to parents, caregivers and grandparents as well as community members.

Executive Director: ed@bayerswestwoodfrc.com

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

One-to-One mentoring; In-School mentoring; e-Mentor as Career Coach (eMaCC); group mentoring.

86 Ochterloney Street
Halifax NS B2Y 1C4
Canada

Service: Youth

One-to-One mentoring; online mentoring; group mentoring.

700 Victoria Road
Sydney NS B3N1J2
Canada

Service: Youth

Go Girls! Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds; Game On! Group Mentoring (boys/young men); Big Brother/Big Sister mentoring.

390-HWY 311
Sydney NS B6L 6G9
Canada

Service: Youth

Go Girls! Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds; Game On! Group Mentoring (boys/young men); Big Brother/Big Sister mentoring.

323 MacGregor Street
New Glasgow NS B2H 5G2
Canada

Service: Youth

Go Girls! Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds; Game On! Group Mentoring (boys/young men); Big Brother/Big Sister mentoring.

821 King Street, Unit 7
Bridgewater NS B4V 1B7
Canada

Service: Youth

Go Girls! Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds; Game On! Group Mentoring (boys/young men); Big Brother/Big Sister mentoring.

136 Exhibition Street
Kentville NS B4N 4E5
Canada

Service: Youth

Keystone Club: Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada’s national leadership development program for youth aged 14 to 18; Kid Tech Program: aims to increase children's exposure to digital skills, coding concepts, internet safety, and computational thinking through a pan-Canadian, community-based program and a national media campaign.

111 West Street
Sydney NS B1N 1S2
Canada

Offers men and their families services to address issues of violence in their relationships.  The Institute uses an approach that integrates narrative therapy and restorative justice. Bridges offers individual, group, couple and family conversations.

676 Prince St
Truro NS B2N 1G6
Canada

Service: Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes

45 Exhibition Drive
Bridgewater NS B4V 0A6
Canada

Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Bryony House offers shelter and services in the Halifax Regional Municipality.

Distress Line 902.422.7650.
Shelter Main Number 902.423.7183.
Text Us a Message at 902.422.7650.
Email Us a Message staff@bryonyhouse.ca

Outreach: (902) 222 4640
Administration: (902:) 429-9002
Fundraising/Volunteer Line: (902) 429-9001

The Halifax Transition House Association of Nova Scotia (Bryony House) believes all women and their children have the right to live free of abuse. To provide shelter for women and their children who seek safe and secure refuge from a abusive relationship.

Bryony House assists women in preparing emergency plans to ensure their safety when leaving an abusive situation. This could include establishing an escape route, gathering important documents, saving money and hiding small bags of clothing.

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes

Located in Sydney, Callwood House provides second-stage housing for women leaving abusive relationships.

Who: Any person from the age of 0-100+, services offered include individual assessment and individual and group intervention. Frequency and length of services is determined by client need and diagnosis. Treatment planning after assessment may include referral out to other services in the community as best service or in conjunction with services offered on site.
Services specific to Sexual Violence: Any clients identified as having experienced a recent sexual assault are prioritized for assessment and are offered services once a referral has been received.
We note that many clients are not referred for that reason but many of our female clients have experienced sexual violence and the trauma is underlying their presenting concerns for therapy. 
Safety risk and vulnerabilities discussions are part of intervention where identified as a preventative measure (i.e., women with addiction issues, vulnerable teens, etc.)

574 Prince Street
Truro NS B2N 5V2
Canada

Service: Health centre; health services

Who: Any person from the age of 0-100+, services offered include individual assessment and individual and group intervention. Frequency and length of services is determined by client need and diagnosis. Treatment planning after assessment may include referral out to other services in the community as best service or in conjunction with services offered on site.
Services specific to Sexual Violence: Any clients identified as having experienced a recent sexual assault are prioritized for assessment and are offered services once a referral has been received.
We note that many clients are not referred for that reason but many of our female clients have experienced sexual violence and the trauma is underlying their presenting concerns for therapy. 
 

100-2020 Gottingen Street
Halifax NS B3K 3A9
Canada

Service: Health centre; health services

Who: Any person from the age of 0-100+, services offered include individual assessment and individual and group intervention. Frequency and length of services is determined by client need and diagnosis. Treatment planning after assessment may include referral out to other services in the community as best service or in conjunction with services offered on site.
Services specific to Sexual Violence: Any clients identified as having experienced a recent sexual assault are prioritized for assessment and are offered services once a referral has been received.
We note that many clients are not referred for that reason but many of our female clients have experienced sexual violence and the trauma is underlying their presenting concerns for therapy. 
Safety risk and vulnerabilities discussions are part of intervention where identified as a preventative measure (i.e., women with addiction issues, vulnerable teens, etc.)

102-440 Main Street
Kentville NS B4N 1K8
Canada

Who: Any person from the age of 0-100+, services offered include individual assessment and individual and group intervention. Frequency and length of services is determined by client need and diagnosis. Treatment planning after assessment may include referral out to other services in the community as best service or in conjunction with services offered on site.
Services specific to Sexual Violence: Any clients identified as having experienced a recent sexual assault are prioritized for assessment and are offered services once a referral has been received.
We note that many clients are not referred for that reason but many of our female clients have experienced sexual violence and the trauma is underlying their presenting concerns for therapy. 
Safety risk and vulnerabilities discussions are part of intervention where identified as a preventative measure (i.e., women with addiction issues, vulnerable teens, etc.)

3-644 Portland Street, Suite 201
Dartmouth NS B2W 6C4
Canada

Service: Health centre; health services
Website: Website
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Free confidential services
24-hour crisis line
24-hour staffing
A safe, comfortable living environment for up to six weeks
Supportive counselling for women and children
Help in understanding the legal and social services systems
Advocacy
Group support
A space for women to share their experiences and to gain confidence in their own abilities

440 George Street
Sydney NS B1P 1G6
Canada

Service: Health centre; health services

Cape Breton Family Resource Coalition (Family Place), Sydney, is the host support group for the local transition house.

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

24 Hour Help Line: 539-2945 Toll Free 1-800-563-2945

The Cape Breton Transition House offers shelter and services in Sydney, Cape Breton and Victoria counties.

Distress Lines
Local: (902) 539-2945
Toll Free: 1-800-563-2945
Outreach: (902) 562-3045
Child Care Counsellor: (902) 562-1336
Education/Fundraising: (902) 562-4190 


Cape Breton Transition House Association (Society) was formed in 1979. The association set out to raise funds which were subsequently matched by the Province of Nova Scotia. The association purchased the house and undertook extensive renovations. Cape Breton Transition House became a reality on February 12, 1981.

Cape Breton Transition House coordinated an integrated approach to family violence – the Cape Breton Inter-agency on Family Violence.

Our Services:

  • Two crisis lines 24-hours-a-day.
  • Our services are strictly confidential.
  • Support and shelter to women and children who are emotionally, physically, or sexually abused.
  • Information on the cycle of violence, a protection plan, the stages a woman faces in a battering relationship, etc.
  • Counselling to develop a renewed sense of self worth and understanding that no one deserves to be battered.
  • Therapeutic Childcare Program for children who accompany their mothers to Transition House.
  • Adolescent program for teenagers who accompany their mothers to Transition House.
  • Outreach program for women in the community who need assistance, and offer support groups for women in the Industrial Area, who live in or have left abusive relationships.
  • Public education program for schools, service agencies, and the community at large.
  • We provide support to women in court.
  • We offer two second stage housing units (safe affordable housing). MacAdam House is located in Glace Bay and Callwood House is in Sydney.

 

Service: transition house, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

PO Box 45
Chéticamp NS B0E 1H0
Canada

Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

About Chrysalis House

Chrysalis House is a non-profit grassroots organization that provides shelter, support, counselling, advocacy, and outreach for abused women and their children. Services are available for women who have been psychologically, emotionally, physically, and/or sexually abused.

Public education and community development are also important elements of our Association.
The shelter operates 24 hours a day 365 days a year. There are absolutely NO FEES for service to women and children, and they may stay up to six weeks. This may be extended according to the needs of families.

Chrysalis House Provides:

  • Free confidential services
  • 24-hour crisis line
  • 24-hour staffing
  • A safe, comfortable living environment for up to six weeks
  • Supportive counselling for women and children
  • Help in understanding the legal and social services systems
  • Advocacy
  • Group support
  • A space for women to share their experiences and to gain confidence in their own abilities

Kentville
Kentville NS B4N 3X1
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

Chrysalis House is a non-profit grassroots organization that provides shelter, support, counselling, advocacy, and outreach for abused women and their children in West Hants, Kings, and Annapolis counties.

Distress Lines
Local: (902) 679-1922
Toll Free: 1-800-264-8682
Administration: (902) 679-6544
 

About Chrysalis House

Chrysalis House is a non-profit grassroots organization that provides shelter, support, counselling, advocacy, and outreach for abused women and their children. Services are available for women who have been psychologically, emotionally, physically, and/or sexually abused.

Public education and community development are also important elements of our Association.
The shelter operates 24 hours a day 365 days a year. There are absolutely NO FEES for service to women and children, and they may stay up to six weeks. This may be extended according to the needs of families.

Chrysalis House Provides:

  • Free confidential services
  • 24-hour crisis line
  • 24-hour staffing
  • A safe, comfortable living environment for up to six weeks
  • Supportive counselling for women and children
  • Help in understanding the legal and social services systems
  • Advocacy
  • Group support
  • A space for women to share their experiences and to gain confidence in their own abilities

Kentville
Kentville NS B4N 3X1
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes

24 Hour Help Line: 679-1922 Toll-free: 1-800-264-8682

Chrysalis House is a non-profit grassroots organization that provides shelter, support, counselling, advocacy, and outreach for abused women and their children in West Hants, Kings, and Annapolis counties.

Distress Lines
Local: (902) 679-1922
Toll Free: 1-800-264-8682
Administration: (902) 679-6544

About Chrysalis House

Chrysalis House is a non-profit grassroots organization that provides shelter, support, counselling, advocacy, and outreach for abused women and their children. Services are available for women who have been psychologically, emotionally, physically, and/or sexually abused.

Public education and community development are also important elements of our Association.
The shelter operates 24 hours a day 365 days a year. There are absolutely NO FEES for service to women and children, and they may stay up to six weeks. This may be extended according to the needs of families.

Chrysalis House Provides:

  • Free confidential services
  • 24-hour crisis line
  • 24-hour staffing
  • A safe, comfortable living environment for up to six weeks
  • Supportive counselling for women and children
  • Help in understanding the legal and social services systems
  • Advocacy
  • Group support
  • A space for women to share their experiences and to gain confidence in their own abilities

Kentville
Kentville NS B4N 3X1
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

Chrysalis House is a non-profit grassroots organization that provides shelter, support, counselling, advocacy, and outreach for abused women and their children in West Hants, Kings, and Annapolis counties.

Distress Lines
Local: (902) 679-1922
Toll Free: 1-800-264-8682
Administration: (902) 679-6544

About Chrysalis House

Chrysalis House is a non-profit grassroots organization that provides shelter, support, counselling, advocacy, and outreach for abused women and their children. Services are available for women who have been psychologically, emotionally, physically, and/or sexually abused.

Public education and community development are also important elements of our Association.
The shelter operates 24 hours a day 365 days a year. There are absolutely NO FEES for service to women and children, and they may stay up to six weeks. This may be extended according to the needs of families.

Chrysalis House Provides:

  • Free confidential services
  • 24-hour crisis line
  • 24-hour staffing
  • A safe, comfortable living environment for up to six weeks
  • Supportive counselling for women and children
  • Help in understanding the legal and social services systems
  • Advocacy
  • Group support
  • A space for women to share their experiences and to gain confidence in their own abilities

Kentville
Kentville NS B4N 3X1
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

1741 Brunswick St, Suite B110
Halifax NS B3J 3X8
Canada

293 Pictou Road
Truro NS B2N 5V3
Canada

Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

The Colchester Sexual Assult Centre (CSAC) is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated to strengthening and empowering survivors of adult sexual assault (ASA) and/or child sexual abuse (CSA) who are aged 16 and over. All programs and services are equally available to all genders.

The ultimate goal of the CSAC is the prevention of sexual assault and sexual abuse.

The CSAC offers many helpful programs and services including one-on-one confidential, gender-sensitive counselling and emotional support to sexual assault and sexual abuse survivors and their family and friends. See programs and services for more information.

Located in Truro, Nova Scotia, the CSAC's services are available, but not limited to, individuals in the counties of Colchester, Cumberland, East Hants and Pictou.

The CSAC's Motto is Courage, Strength, Hope.

Service: Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle

Youth outreach helping young people overcome adversity and achieve higher goals through literacy programs, community service and job training.

55 King Street
Sydney Mines NS B1V 1L4
Canada

Service: Youth

Community Justice Society offers extensive programming options to clients within the HRM in a safe, respectful and empowering atmosphere. We have adopted an approach, based on the restorative justice principles, designed to respond to wrongdoing and conflict. Several programs are offered in partnership with other community-based organizations.

Many of our programs are carried out in a “talking circle” that focuses on first voice. They are meant to provide support and assistance, and to educate individuals about the value of their communities. 

1256 Barrington St., Suite 201
Halifax NS B3J 1Y6
Canada

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources

Men's therapeutic/ educational Domestic Violence Counselling Program, clients must be a minimum of 19 years of age to enter into the program.

329 George Street
Sydney NS B1P 1J7
Canada

Service: Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Men's therapeutic/ educational Domestic Violence Counselling Program, clients must be a minimum of 19 years of age to enter into the program.

141 Victoria Street East
Amherst NS B4H 1X9
Canada

Service: Youth

Serving Annapolis, Kings, Hants, Lunenburg, Queens, Shelburne, Yarmouth and Digby counties.

1-800-565-1805

Service: Victim Services - Services aux victimes

Toll Free: 1-800-565-7912

Service: Victim Services - Services aux victimes

Serving Cape Breton, Richmond, Inverness and Victoria counties.

1-800-565-0071

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

Serving Halifax, Dartmouth & Halifax County

Service: Victim Services - Services aux victimes

The Digby County Family Resource Centre offers support programs and acts in an advocacy role when required in cases of domestic violence.

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Eastern Shore Family Resource Association, Porter's Lake, will act as a referral to other agencies and it has a family life educator on staff who provides one-on-one counselling.

Toll Free: 1-866-847-1461

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales

Provides a place for women to talk, develop friendships, build interpersonal skills, receive emotional support, increase confidence and share information.

12 Cecelia Levatte Crescent
Sydney NS B1N 3K3
Canada

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources

Programs include understanding anger; healthy relationships; boundaries for women; conflict management; effective communication; transitioning safely into the community. All programs were developed by The Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia and designed specifically for women.

85 Queen Street
Dartmouth NS B2Y 1G7
Canada

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources

60 Lorne Street, #8
Truro NS B2N 3K3
Canada

Service: Employment Services - Services d'emploi

Service Area: Antigonish, Goshen, Liscomb, Monastery, Mulgrave, Sherbrooke, St. Mary's, Canso, Goldboro, Guysborough, Larrys River, Little Dover

Service: Employment Services - Services d'emploi
Service: Employment Services - Services d'emploi
Service: Employment Services - Services d'emploi
Service: Employment Services - Services d'emploi

Service Area: New Glasgow, Pictou, River John, Stellarton, Trenton, Westville

Service: Employment Services - Services d'emploi

French counter service available.

Service Area: Arichat, D'Escousse, Judique, L'Ardoise, Louisdale, Petit de Grat, Port Hastings, Port Hawkesbury, Port Hood, St Peter's, Whycocomagh

Service: Employment Services - Services d'emploi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources

Family Resource Centre of West Hants funds a domestic violence position at Chrysalis House for a person to work with children who have witnessed violence, through federal government funding.

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales

Family SOS, Halifax, has the capacity to work with families in crises and they do parent education. They will also facilitate supervised visitation.

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales

Greenwood First Family Resource Centre works in partnership with local resources including Chrysalis House, Legal Aid, counselling and crisis intervention. 

Executive Director: (902) 765-5900

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales

The Guysborough County Kids First runs a parent education program.

1-888-533-3881

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

 1-800-803-7267

Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Halifax Military Family Resource Centre offers prevention, support and intervention programs.

Executive Director: (902) 427-7775

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
Service: Support Services for Immigrants and Migrants - Services de soutien aux immigrants et aux migrants
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

24 Hour Help Line:  (902) 543-3999 Toll-free: 1-888-543-3999
thw@harbour-house.ca
www.Harbour-House.ca


Administration: (902) 543-3665
executivedirector@harbour-house.ca

Outreach: (902) 543-9970
outreach@harbour-house.ca

Child and Youth: (902) 543-9970
youth@harbour-house.ca  

About Harbour House

Harbour House is a transition house serving women and their dependent children who have left situations of intimate partner violence. We are located on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, in Bridgewater, offering services in Lunenburg and Queens Counties.

We have fifteen beds at the House. Our doors opened in 1987, and we have since that time sheltered hundreds of women and children. A typical stay is six weeks, during which time women receive safe shelter, supportive counseling, appropriate referrals and a compassionate and healing atmosphere.

Harbour House Provides:

  • 24-hour crisis line
  • a safe, secure home
  • support
  • counselling
  • confidentiality
  • referrals
  • children’s programs
  • support groups
  • advocacy
  • workshops
  • public education

Harbour House
Box 355
Bridgewater, NS
B4V 2W9

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

24 Hour Help Line:  (902) 543-3999 Toll-free: 1-888-543-3999
thw@harbour-house.ca
www.Harbour-House.ca


Administration: (902) 543-3665
executivedirector@harbour-house.ca

Outreach: (902) 543-9970
outreach@harbour-house.ca

Child and Youth: (902) 543-9970
youth@harbour-house.ca  

About Harbour House

Harbour House is a transition house serving women and their dependent children who have left situations of intimate partner violence. We are located on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, in Bridgewater, offering services in Lunenburg and Queens Counties.

We have fifteen beds at the House. Our doors opened in 1987, and we have since that time sheltered hundreds of women and children. A typical stay is six weeks, during which time women receive safe shelter, supportive counseling, appropriate referrals and a compassionate and healing atmosphere.

Harbour House Provides:

  • 24-hour crisis line
  • a safe, secure home
  • support
  • counselling
  • confidentiality
  • referrals
  • children’s programs
  • support groups
  • advocacy
  • workshops
  • public education

Harbour House
Box 355
Bridgewater, NS
B4V 2W9
 

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

24 Hour Help Line:  (902) 543-3999 Toll-free: 1-888-543-3999
thw@harbour-house.ca
www.Harbour-House.ca

Administration: (902) 543-3665
executivedirector@harbour-house.ca

Outreach: (902) 543-9970
outreach@harbour-house.ca

Child and Youth: (902) 543-9970
youth@harbour-house.ca  

About Harbour House

Harbour House is a transition house serving women and their dependent children who have left situations of intimate partner violence. We are located on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, in Bridgewater, offering services in Lunenburg and Queens Counties.

We have fifteen beds at the House. Our doors opened in 1987, and we have since that time sheltered hundreds of women and children. A typical stay is six weeks, during which time women receive safe shelter, supportive counseling, appropriate referrals and a compassionate and healing atmosphere.

Harbour House Provides:

  • 24-hour crisis line
  • a safe, secure home
  • support
  • counselling
  • confidentiality
  • referrals
  • children’s programs
  • support groups
  • advocacy
  • workshops
  • public education

Harbour House
Box 355
Bridgewater, NS
B4V 2W9

P.O. Box 355
Bridgewater NS B4V 2W9
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

24 Hour Help Line:  902- 742-8689 Toll-free: 1-800-266-4087
juniperhouse@eastlink.ca

Juniper House provides safe shelter, Outreach Services and 24 crisis line to women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

Administration:           (902) 742-4473  junipered@eastlink.ca
Yarmouth Outreach:  (902) 742-0231 juniperoutreach@eastlink.ca
Digby Outreach:          (902) 245- 4789 digbyjuniper@eastlink.ca or juniperdigby@eastlink.ca
Shelburne Outreach:  (902) 749- 7170 jhoutreach@eastlink.ca

www.juniperhouse.ca

 

About Juniper House

Juniper branch
JUNIPER is a symbol of protection. It signifies a secure environment where women are protected while they take time to sort out future directions.

Juniper House is operated by the South West Nova Transition House Association. Established in 1985, Juniper House is a 15 bed safe shelter for women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

The house is professionally staffed 24 hours a day by Transition House Workers, a Children’s Services Worker and the Executive Director. We have 4 Outreach Workers and maintain Outreach offices in Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne counties so that women do not have to be a resident of the shelter in order to receive the services we provide.

Juniper House Provides:

  • 24-hour TOLL FREE crisis line
  • A safe secure shelter for women and their children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Supportive counselling, advocacy and referral
  • Outreach Services
Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

24 Hour Help Line:  902- 742-8689 Toll-free: 1-800-266-4087
juniperhouse@eastlink.ca

Juniper House provides safe shelter, Outreach Services and 24 crisis line to women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

Administration:           (902) 742-4473  junipered@eastlink.ca
Yarmouth Outreach:  (902) 742-0231 juniperoutreach@eastlink.ca
Digby Outreach:          (902) 245- 4789 digbyjuniper@eastlink.ca or juniperdigby@eastlink.ca
Shelburne Outreach:  (902) 749- 7170 jhoutreach@eastlink.ca

www.juniperhouse.ca

 

About Juniper House

Juniper branch
JUNIPER is a symbol of protection. It signifies a secure environment where women are protected while they take time to sort out future directions.

Juniper House is operated by the South West Nova Transition House Association. Established in 1985, Juniper House is a 15 bed safe shelter for women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

The house is professionally staffed 24 hours a day by Transition House Workers, a Children’s Services Worker and the Executive Director. We have 4 Outreach Workers and maintain Outreach offices in Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne counties so that women do not have to be a resident of the shelter in order to receive the services we provide.

Juniper House Provides:

  • 24-hour TOLL FREE crisis line
  • A safe secure shelter for women and their children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Supportive counselling, advocacy and referral
  • Outreach Services
Service: transition house, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition

24 Hour Help Line:  902- 742-8689 Toll-free: 1-800-266-4087

Juniper House provides safe shelter, Outreach Services and 24 crisis line to women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

Administration:           (902) 742-4473  junipered@eastlink.ca
Yarmouth Outreach:  (902) 742-0231 juniperoutreach@eastlink.ca
Digby Outreach:          (902) 245- 4789 digbyjuniper@eastlink.ca or juniperdigby@eastlink.ca
Shelburne Outreach:  (902) 749- 7170 jhoutreach@eastlink.ca

www.juniperhouse.ca

 

About Juniper House

Juniper branch
JUNIPER is a symbol of protection. It signifies a secure environment where women are protected while they take time to sort out future directions.

Juniper House is operated by the South West Nova Transition House Association. Established in 1985, Juniper House is a 15 bed safe shelter for women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

The house is professionally staffed 24 hours a day by Transition House Workers, a Children’s Services Worker and the Executive Director. We have 4 Outreach Workers and maintain Outreach offices in Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne counties so that women do not have to be a resident of the shelter in order to receive the services we provide.

Juniper House Provides:

  • 24-hour TOLL FREE crisis line
  • A safe secure shelter for women and their children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Supportive counselling, advocacy and referral
  • Outreach Services

24 Hour Help Line:  902- 742-8689 Toll-free: 1-800-266-4087
juniperhouse@eastlink.ca

Juniper House provides safe shelter, Outreach Services and 24 crisis line to women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

Administration:           (902) 742-4473  junipered@eastlink.ca
Yarmouth Outreach:  (902) 742-0231 juniperoutreach@eastlink.ca
Digby Outreach:          (902) 245- 4789 digbyjuniper@eastlink.ca or juniperdigby@eastlink.ca
Shelburne Outreach:  (902) 749- 7170 jhoutreach@eastlink.ca

www.juniperhouse.ca

 

About Juniper House

Juniper branch
JUNIPER is a symbol of protection. It signifies a secure environment where women are protected while they take time to sort out future directions.

Juniper House is operated by the South West Nova Transition House Association. Established in 1985, Juniper House is a 15 bed safe shelter for women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

The house is professionally staffed 24 hours a day by Transition House Workers, a Children’s Services Worker and the Executive Director. We have 4 Outreach Workers and maintain Outreach offices in Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne counties so that women do not have to be a resident of the shelter in order to receive the services we provide.

Juniper House Provides:

  • 24-hour TOLL FREE crisis line
  • A safe secure shelter for women and their children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Supportive counselling, advocacy and referral
  • Outreach Services
Service: transition house, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition

24 Hour Help Line:  902- 742-8689 Toll-free: 1-800-266-4087
juniperhouse@eastlink.ca 

Juniper House provides safe shelter, Outreach Services and 24 crisis line to women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

Administration (902) 742-4473 junipered@eastlink.ca
Yarmouth Outreach: (902) 742-0231 juniperoutreach@eastlink.ca

Digby Outreach (902) 245- 4789 digbyjuniper@eastlink.ca or juniperdigby@eastlink.ca

Shelburne Outreach (902) 749- 7170 jhoutreach@eastlink.ca

www.juniperhouse.ca

 

About Juniper House

Juniper branch
JUNIPER is a symbol of protection. It signifies a secure environment where women are protected while they take time to sort out future directions.

Juniper House is operated by the South West Nova Transition House Association. Established in 1985, Juniper House is a 15 bed safe shelter for women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

The house is professionally staffed 24 hours a day by Transition House Workers, a Children’s Services Worker and the Executive Director. We have 4 Outreach Workers and maintain Outreach offices in Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne counties so that women do not have to be a resident of the shelter in order to receive the services we provide.

Juniper House Provides:

  • 24-hour TOLL FREE crisis line
  • A safe secure shelter for women and their children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Supportive counselling, advocacy and referral
  • Outreach Services

 

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

24 Hour Help Line:  902- 742-8689 Toll-free: 1-800-266-4087
juniperhouse@eastlink.ca

Juniper House provides safe shelter, Outreach Services and 24 crisis line to women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

Administration:           (902) 742-4473  junipered@eastlink.ca
Yarmouth Outreach:  (902) 742-0231 juniperoutreach@eastlink.ca
Digby Outreach:          (902) 245- 4789 digbyjuniper@eastlink.ca or juniperdigby@eastlink.ca
Shelburne Outreach:  (902) 749- 7170 jhoutreach@eastlink.ca

www.juniperhouse.ca

 

About Juniper House

Juniper branch
JUNIPER is a symbol of protection. It signifies a secure environment where women are protected while they take time to sort out future directions.

Juniper House is operated by the South West Nova Transition House Association. Established in 1985, Juniper House is a 15 bed safe shelter for women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

The house is professionally staffed 24 hours a day by Transition House Workers, a Children’s Services Worker and the Executive Director. We have 4 Outreach Workers and maintain Outreach offices in Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne counties so that women do not have to be a resident of the shelter in order to receive the services we provide.

Juniper House Provides:

  • 24-hour TOLL FREE crisis line
  • A safe secure shelter for women and their children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Supportive counselling, advocacy and referral
  • Outreach Services

Digby
Digby NS B5A 4K5
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

24 Hour Help Line:  902- 742-8689 Toll-free: 1-800-266-4087
juniperhouse@eastlink.ca

Juniper House provides safe shelter, Outreach Services and 24 crisis line to women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

Administration:           (902) 742-4473  junipered@eastlink.ca
Yarmouth Outreach:  (902) 742-0231 juniperoutreach@eastlink.ca
Digby Outreach:          (902) 245- 4789 digbyjuniper@eastlink.ca or juniperdigby@eastlink.ca
Shelburne Outreach:  (902) 749- 7170 jhoutreach@eastlink.ca

www.juniperhouse.ca

 

About Juniper House

Juniper branch
JUNIPER is a symbol of protection. It signifies a secure environment where women are protected while they take time to sort out future directions.

Juniper House is operated by the South West Nova Transition House Association. Established in 1985, Juniper House is a 15 bed safe shelter for women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

The house is professionally staffed 24 hours a day by Transition House Workers, a Children’s Services Worker and the Executive Director. We have 4 Outreach Workers and maintain Outreach offices in Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne counties so that women do not have to be a resident of the shelter in order to receive the services we provide.

Juniper House Provides:

  • 24-hour TOLL FREE crisis line
  • A safe secure shelter for women and their children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Supportive counselling, advocacy and referral
  • Outreach Services
Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

24 Hour Help Line:  902- 742-8689 Toll-free: 1-800-266-4087
juniperhouse@eastlink.ca

Juniper House provides safe shelter, Outreach Services and 24 crisis line to women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

Administration:           (902) 742-4473  junipered@eastlink.ca
Yarmouth Outreach:  (902) 742-0231 juniperoutreach@eastlink.ca
Digby Outreach:          (902) 245- 4789 digbyjuniper@eastlink.ca or juniperdigby@eastlink.ca
Shelburne Outreach:  (902) 749- 7170 jhoutreach@eastlink.ca

www.juniperhouse.ca

 

About Juniper House

Juniper branch
JUNIPER is a symbol of protection. It signifies a secure environment where women are protected while they take time to sort out future directions.

Juniper House is operated by the South West Nova Transition House Association. Established in 1985, Juniper House is a 15 bed safe shelter for women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

The house is professionally staffed 24 hours a day by Transition House Workers, a Children’s Services Worker and the Executive Director. We have 4 Outreach Workers and maintain Outreach offices in Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne counties so that women do not have to be a resident of the shelter in order to receive the services we provide.

Juniper House Provides:

  • 24-hour TOLL FREE crisis line
  • A safe secure shelter for women and their children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Supportive counselling, advocacy and referral
  • Outreach Services

Sheburne
Shelburne NS B5A 4K5
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

24 Hour Help Line:  902- 742-8689 Toll-free: 1-800-266-4087
juniperhouse@eastlink.ca

Juniper House provides safe shelter, Outreach Services and 24 crisis line to women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

Administration (902) 742-4473
 junipered@eastlink.ca
Yarmouth Outreach: (902) 742-0231 juniperoutreach@eastlink.ca

Digby Outreach (902) 245- 4789 digbyjuniper@eastlink.ca or juniperdigby@eastlink.ca

Shelburne Outreach (902) 749- 7170 jhoutreach@eastlink.ca

www.juniperhouse.ca

 

About Juniper House

Juniper branch
JUNIPER is a symbol of protection. It signifies a secure environment where women are protected while they take time to sort out future directions.

Juniper House is operated by the South West Nova Transition House Association. Established in 1985, Juniper House is a 15 bed safe shelter for women and their children who have experienced violence or abuse.

The house is professionally staffed 24 hours a day by Transition House Workers, a Children’s Services Worker and the Executive Director. We have 4 Outreach Workers and maintain Outreach offices in Yarmouth, Digby and Shelburne counties so that women do not have to be a resident of the shelter in order to receive the services we provide.

Juniper House Provides:

  • 24-hour TOLL FREE crisis line
  • A safe secure shelter for women and their children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Supportive counselling, advocacy and referral
  • Outreach Services

 

Yarmouth
Yarmouth NS B5A 4K5
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Kids First, Antigonish, offers a parent education program and is part of the Antigonish and area family violence prevention committee.

Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Inquiries about employment rights

Service: Employment Services - Services d'emploi

Phone: 902-424-4311

Toll Free: 1-888-315-0110

Fax: 902-424-0648

Secure Enquiry Form

Service: Employment Services - Services d'emploi
Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources

24 Hour Help Line: 625-2444 Toll Free: 1-800-565-3390
 

Leeside Transition House serves Richmond and Inverness Counties and the Town of Port Hawkesbury.

Administration: 902-625-1990
Outreach: 902-625-1990
Text: 902-623-2145

https://www.facebook.com/Leeside-Transition-House-100171120183355/

Our Services

  • Safe shelter for abused women and their children with 24-hour staffing
  • 24-hour crisis support telephone line.
  • Support counselling, someone to listen and help you consider your options
  • Help in understanding the legal and social services systems
  • Someone to go with you to appointments
  • Referral and follow-up to other social services programs.
  • Space to meet with other women and share your experiences
  • Support group
  • Outreach worker who will meet with you in your own community
  • Public education for schools, community groups, and professionals
Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

24 Hour Help Line: 625-2444 Toll Free: 1-800-565-3390

Leeside Transition House serves Richmond and Inverness Counties and the Town of Port Hawkesbury.

Administration: 902-625-1990
Outreach: 902-625-1990
Text: 902-623-2145

https://www.facebook.com/Leeside-Transition-House-100171120183355/

 

Our Services

  • Safe shelter for abused women and their children with 24-hour staffing
  • 24-hour crisis support telephone line.
  • Support counselling, someone to listen and help you consider your options
  • Help in understanding the legal and social services systems
  • Someone to go with you to appointments
  • Referral and follow-up to other social services programs.
  • Space to meet with other women and share your experiences
  • Support group
  • Outreach worker who will meet with you in your own community
  • Public education for schools, community groups, and professionals

Port Hawkesbury
Port Hawkesbury NS B9A 2W2
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle

24 Hour Help Line: 625-2444 Toll Free: 1-800-565-3390

Leeside Transition House serves Richmond and Inverness Counties and the Town of Port Hawkesbury.

Administration: 902-625-1990
Outreach: 902-625-1990
Text: 902-623-2145

https://www.facebook.com/Leeside-Transition-House-100171120183355/

 

Our Services

  • Safe shelter for abused women and their children with 24-hour staffing
  • 24-hour crisis support telephone line.
  • Support counselling, someone to listen and help you consider your options
  • Help in understanding the legal and social services systems
  • Someone to go with you to appointments
  • Referral and follow-up to other social services programs.
  • Space to meet with other women and share your experiences
  • Support group
  • Outreach worker who will meet with you in your own community
  • Public education for schools, community groups, and professionals

Port Hawkesbury
Port Hawkesbury NS B9A 2W2
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

MacAdam House is located in Glace Bay and provides access to second-stage housing for women leaving abusive relationships.

Service: Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape

Maggie's Place, Amherst, offers healthy relationship classes. It has referred clients to Autumn House and will provide a space to be used for supervised visitation.

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales

The Memory Lane Family Place is located at 22 Memory Lane in Lower Sackville and has been delivering programs and services since early 1994.

All projects and programs are sponsored by the Sackville Family Day Care Association, a non-profit charitable organization, established in 1980. It is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Projects are administered from the Family Place, under the direction of highly trained and qualified staff.

Parent advisory committees support program management. Participant involvement and community partnerships are core elements in service delivery. The centre works from a capacity building perspective, where children and families are embraced in a supportive environment.

Projects offered from the MLFP include the Family Home Day Care Program – the Family Support Project – the provincially-licensed Memory Lane Family Place Preschool – and the Community Action Program for Children. 

All programs are free of charge, with the exception of the subsidized Family Home Day Care and the Preschool Programs.

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales

Life can be tough. It’s okay for everyone to reach out and ask for help.

Most calls for support are from women, and we want to make it easier for men to reach out for help too. That’s why we are now offering a Men’s Helpline, available 24/7 through 211.

Someone is always ready to listen. It’s free. It’s confidential. It can help. Call 211 to connect.

Phone: 211
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

24 Hour Help Line: 756-3440 Toll Free: 1-800-565-3440

Mi'kmaw Family Healing Centre (We’koqma’q) is one of two Shelters in Nova Scotia designed to serve First Nation People. Our culturally relevant holistic programming is available to all First Nation men, women and children who have experienced family violence.

All the Support staff are committed to assisting First Nation women, men, and children to develop and maintain a healthy and violence-free lifestyle. Families can also receive programming through the Outreach program within their own communities with workers who are knowledgeable of their language, values, and lifestyle.

Our Services

  • Protection, safety, shelter, and basic life necessities to women and children.
  • 24-hour crisis support telephone line.
  • Support and information to women, men, and children to enable them to develop and maintain a healthful and violent-free lifestyle.
  • Individual and Group Support for women, men, and children.
  • Outreach services to women, men, and children.
  • Referral and follow-up to other social services programs.
  • Community Education in Family Violence Intervention, Treatment, and Prevention

Program Supervisor: brooke.paul@novascotia.ca
Manager: beverly.walker@novascotia.ca

We’koqma’q
Inverness County NS B0E 3M0
Canada

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

24 Hour Help Line: 893-8483 Toll-free: 1-800-565-4741

The Mi’kmaw Family Healing Centre in Millbrook serves all First Nations on mainland Nova Scotia except Paq’tnkek First Nation.

About Us

Mi’kmaw Family Healing Centre (Millbrook) is one of two Shelters in Nova Scotia designed to serve First Nation People. Our culturally relevant holistic programming is available to all First Nation men, women and children who have experienced family violence.

All the Support staff are committed to assisting First Nation women, men, and children to develop and maintain a healthy and violence-free lifestyle. Families can also receive programming through the Outreach program within their own communities with workers who are knowledgeable of their language, values, and lifestyle.

Our Services

  • Protection, safety, shelter, and basic life necessities to women and children.
  • 24-hour crisis support telephone line.
  • Support and information to women, men, and children to enable them to develop and maintain a healthful and violence-free lifestyle.
  • Individual and Group Support for women, men, and children.
  • Outreach services to women, men, and children.
  • Referral and follow-up to other social services programs.
  • Community Education in Family Violence Intervention, Healing, and Prevention

Acting Program Supervisor: michelle.martin@novascotia.ca
Manager: beverly.walker@novascotia.ca

Millbrook
Truro NS B2N5E5
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Resource Centres - Centres de ressources

My Red Bear Healing Home is a non-profit society registered with the Province of Nova Scotia (June 23, 2011) that assists people 18+ who are experiencing social and/or economic disadvantages in Nova Scotia.  Information, referrals, resources and services are provided to help people develop the capacity to sustain themselves and realize their unique potential. In addition, the Society offers peer support, navigation, friendly listening. When available, provides used cellphones and household necessities.

 

virtual office
Halifax NS B0N2H0
Canada

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources

Phone: (902) 863-3807

About Naomi Society

The Naomi Society is a broad based community organization that preserves and promotes the safety, dignity and human rights through direct services to women and their children who are victims of family violence. The society advocates for and provides community action programs for all individuals who are affected by family violence. This is done with an approach that is sensitive to social, economic and cultural diversity.

Naomi Society Provides:

  • Confidential support
  • Crisis intervention and ongoing support
  • Counseling for women, children, and adolescents
  • Skilled and supportive counsellors
  • Information on available options and services: counselling, medical, shelter, legal, financial
  • Referrals / advocacy with other community agencies
  • Accompaniment to appointments or court
  • Access to emergency overnight shelter
  • Support for mothers who have children dealing with effects of family violence
  • Second Stage Housing for women and their children who have left an abusive relationship
  • Public education
  • Outreach Services
  • Outreach offices in Sherbrooke, Canso, and Guysborough
  • Services offered weekly

Services for Children and Adolescents:

At Naomi Society, we know that violence has an effect on the children who live with it. It can hurt them for the rest of their lives. Children need a safe and loving home. Low self-esteem, emotional difficulties and feelings of insecurity are often the result of living in a violent home. Naomi Society offers support for children and adolescents living with violence in the family.

 

Antigonish
Antigonish NS B2G 2E3
Canada

Service: Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

Phone: (902) 863-3807

About Naomi Society

The Naomi Society is a broad based community organization that preserves and promotes the safety, dignity and human rights through direct services to women and their children who are victims of family violence. The society advocates for and provides community action programs for all individuals who are affected by family violence. This is done with an approach that is sensitive to social, economic and cultural diversity.

Naomi Society Provides:

  • Confidential support
  • Crisis intervention and ongoing support
  • Counseling for women, children, and adolescents
  • Skilled and supportive counsellors
  • Information on available options and services: counselling, medical, shelter, legal, financial
  • Referrals / advocacy with other community agencies
  • Accompaniment to appointments or court
  • Access to emergency overnight shelter
  • Support for mothers who have children dealing with effects of family violence
  • Second Stage Housing for women and their children who have left an abusive relationship
  • Public education
  • Outreach Services
  • Outreach offices in Sherbrooke, Canso, and Guysborough
  • Services offered weekly

Services for Children and Adolescents:

At Naomi Society, we know that violence has an effect on the children who live with it. It can hurt them for the rest of their lives. Children need a safe and loving home. Low self-esteem, emotional difficulties and feelings of insecurity are often the result of living in a violent home. Naomi Society offers support for children and adolescents living with violence in the family.

133 Church St, Unit 103
Antigonish NS B2G 2E3
Canada

Service: Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

Phone: (902) 863-3807

About Naomi Society

The Naomi Society is a broad based community organization that preserves and promotes the safety, dignity and human rights through direct services to women and their children who are victims of family violence. The society advocates for and provides community action programs for all individuals who are affected by family violence. This is done with an approach that is sensitive to social, economic and cultural diversity.

Naomi Society Provides:

  • Confidential support
  • Crisis intervention and ongoing support
  • Counseling for women, children, and adolescents
  • Skilled and supportive counsellors
  • Information on available options and services: counselling, medical, shelter, legal, financial
  • Referrals / advocacy with other community agencies
  • Accompaniment to appointments or court
  • Access to emergency overnight shelter
  • Support for mothers who have children dealing with effects of family violence
  • Second Stage Housing for women and their children who have left an abusive relationship
  • Public education
  • Outreach Services
  • Outreach offices in Sherbrooke, Canso, and Guysborough
  • Services offered weekly

Services for Children and Adolescents:

At Naomi Society, we know that violence has an effect on the children who live with it. It can hurt them for the rest of their lives. Children need a safe and loving home. Low self-esteem, emotional difficulties and feelings of insecurity are often the result of living in a violent home. Naomi Society offers support for children and adolescents living with violence in the family.

Unit 103 -133 Church St.
Antigonish NS B2G 2E3
Canada

Service: Second Stage Housing - Refuges de deuxième étape, Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house

New Direction in Amherst, offers group support for abusive men who choose to change their behaviours.

Service: Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes

(902) 755-8353 & (902) 752-1941

Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

New Leaf, New Glasgow, offers group counselling for men on the issue of domestic violence.

Service: Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
Service: Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes
Service: Support Services for Immigrants and Migrants - Services de soutien aux immigrants et aux migrants
Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales

1-877-777-6583

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique
Website: nslegalaid.ca
Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

The Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission delivers legal aid via a network of 16 community-based law offices as well as 3 sub-offices. The offices are staffed by salaried lawyers and, in certain situations, supplemented by lawyers in private practice on a fee-for-service basis.

Toll Free: 1-866 532-2311

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique
Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique
Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

Toll Free: 1-877-420-8818

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique
Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

Toll Free: 1-866-420-3450

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

Toll Free: 1-866-679-6110

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

Toll Free: 1-866-543-4658

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

Toll Free: 1-877-755-7020

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique
Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

Toll Free: 1-877-777-5920

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

Toll Free: 1-866-798-8397

Service: Legal Aid - Aide juridique

Toll Free: 1-866-742-3300

Toll Free: 1.877.292.9597

Service: Support Services for Immigrants and Migrants - Services de soutien aux immigrants et aux migrants
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

At this resource centre they have available: Support counseling-one on one and referrals to other agencies as well as support and information for Lesbians. Advocacy- a member of the centre will act as a support person by accompanying women to social services, legal services etc.

Information-you will find include a lending library, pamphlets and brochures, information about other agencies and services as well as social assistance information. They provide community education, by presentations to schools and groups on women's issues, putting on workshops and programs. They also have volunteer and student placement opportunities. The programs and support groups run on a yearly basis and some of them are "Girls First", "Youth Access" and "Teen Empowerment". Call to see what is coming up, you will need to put your name on a list for the next session.

Service: Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut
Service: Salvation Army - Armée du Salut

Second Chance Society, In Sydney, is a Men's therapeutic/ educational Domestic Violence Counselling Program, clients must be a minimum of 19 years of age to enter into the program.

Service: Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes

Second Story Women's Centre supports women and gender-oppressed people, provides safer spaces, and advocates for social change. Second Story provides support, counselling, referrals, personal development programs, advocacy, volunteer engagement, wellness programs, youth programs, social opportunities for women, girls and other gender oppressed people. 

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

Parenting support, family support and councelling and children's programs, among others, are offered.

Adoption Services (902) 422-7964

Single Parent Centre (902) 479-3031

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

609 Church St. Suite 102
Port Hawkesbury

Phone: 902-625-1614
Text: 902-302-2095

 

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

24 Hour Help Line: 752-0132 Toll free: 1-888-831-0330

Tearmann House offers shelter and services to abused women and their children.  We serve Pictou, Antigonish and Guysborough counties.

Administration (902) 928-0774
Business (Shelter) (902) 752-1633
Outreach (902) 752-2591
Child Care Counsellor (902) 755-6390

About Us

The name TEARMANN comes from a Gaelic word meaning ‘refuge’. While members of the Tearmann Society engage in various activities in support of the victims of family violence, the most important role of Tearmann House is to be a safe place for abused women and their children.

Our Services:

    • shelter to women in physically, emotionally, and/or sexually abusive relationships
    • food, shelter, and basic personal needs for women and their children
    • a child care program which recognizes the children are in a crisis too and provides services to meet their needs
    • skilled and supportive staff to provide information, referrals, counselling, and support groups
    • shelter 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to a 6 week maximum.

 

New Glasgow
New Glasgow NS B2H5E2
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle

24 Hour Help Line: 752-0132 Toll free: 1-888-831-0330

Tearmann House offers shelter and services to abused women and their children.  We serve Pictou, Antigonish and Guysborough counties.

Administration (902) 928-0774
Business (Shelter) (902) 752-1633
Outreach (902) 752-2591
Child Care Counsellor (902) 755-6390

About Us

The name TEARMANN comes from a Gaelic word meaning ‘refuge’. While members of the Tearmann Society engage in various activities in support of the victims of family violence, the most important role of Tearmann House is to be a safe place for abused women and their children.

Our Services:

    • shelter to women in physically, emotionally, and/or sexually abusive relationships
    • food, shelter, and basic personal needs for women and their children
    • a child care program which recognizes the children are in a crisis too and provides services to meet their needs
    • skilled and supportive staff to provide information, referrals, counselling, and support groups
    • shelter 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to a 6 week maximum.
Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle, transition house

24 Hour Help Line: 752-0132 Toll free: 1-888-831-0330

Tearmann House offers shelter and services to abused women and their children.  We serve Pictou, Antigonish and Guysborough counties.

Administration (902) 928-0774
Business (Shelter) (902) 752-1633
Outreach (902) 752-2591
Child Care Counsellor (902) 755-6390

About Us

The name TEARMANN comes from a Gaelic word meaning ‘refuge’. While members of the Tearmann Society engage in various activities in support of the victims of family violence, the most important role of Tearmann House is to be a safe place for abused women and their children.

Our Services:

    • shelter to women in physically, emotionally, and/or sexually abusive relationships
    • food, shelter, and basic personal needs for women and their children
    • a child care program which recognizes the children are in a crisis too and provides services to meet their needs
    • skilled and supportive staff to provide information, referrals, counselling, and support groups
    • shelter 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to a 6 week maximum.
Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, Sexual Assault Services - Services aux victimes d'agression sexuelle, transition house

Bridges offers anger management and domestic abuse counseling. Bridges is committed to helping people move away from abuse and toward respectful and caring relationships

Service: Men's Intervention Programming - Programmes d'intervention auprès des hommes

The North Grove is a dynamic community hub in the heart of Dartmouth North. Our non-profit Family Centre and Community Food Centre offer programs, services and space for people to learn and connect through family support, food and friendship.

6 Primrose Street, Unit 115
Dartmouth NS B3A 4C5
Canada

Service: Family Resource Centres - Centres de ressources familiales

Toll Free: 1-877-392-8800

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources

24 Hour Help Line: 902-893-3232 Toll free: 1-800-565-4878

Administration: 902-893-4844
Outreach office: 902 895-9740
 

Services:

  • 24-hour crisis line
  • support for women
  • support for children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • a safe, comfortable living environment for as long as six weeks
  • supportive counselling
  • help in understanding the legal and social services systems (referral & advocacy)
  • group support
  • a space for women to share their experience and to gain confidence in their own abilities
  • outreach workers for women and children

Truro
Truro NS B2N 5Z5
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes

24 Hour Help Line: 902-893-3232 Toll free: 1-800-565-4878

Administration: 902-893-4844
Outreach office: 902 895-9740
 

Services:

  • 24-hour crisis line
  • support for women
  • support for children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • a safe, comfortable living environment for as long as six weeks
  • supportive counselling
  • help in understanding the legal and social services systems (referral & advocacy)
  • group support
  • a space for women to share their experience and to gain confidence in their own abilities
  • outreach workers for women and children

Truro
Truro, Town of NS B2N 5Z5
Canada

Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes

24 Hour Help Line: 902-893-3232 Toll free: 1-800-565-4878

Administration: 902-893-4844
Outreach office: 902 895-9740
 

Services:

  • 24-hour crisis line
  • support for women
  • support for children
  • 24-hour staffing
  • a safe, comfortable living environment for as long as six weeks
  • supportive counselling
  • help in understanding the legal and social services systems (referral & advocacy)
  • group support
  • a space for women to share their experience and to gain confidence in their own abilities
  • outreach workers for women and children
Service: Transition Houses - Maisons de transition, transition house, Services for victims of human trafficking - Services aux victimes de la traite des personnes

The main fax number for the Women's Centre is 742-6068
Our toll free number is 1-877-742-0085

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources

Toll Free: 1-877-742-0085

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi

(877) 392-8800

298 Marshall Street
Annapolis Royal NS B0S 1P0
Canada

Service: Resource Centres - Centres de ressources
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi
Service: Law Enforcement - Application de la loi