Victim and legal concerns
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This program provides legal representation to eligible individuals who cannot afford legal services.
- Telephone: 506-633-6030
Provides services to seniors and adults with disabilities who are victims of abuse or neglect. Abuse can be physical, sexual or mental cruelty. Neglect can be self-neglect or caused by others.
Adult Protection referrals can be made 24 hours a day 7 days a week by calling the closest Regional Office.
Under the Victims Services Act, financial benefits may be available to victims of violent crime to assist with expenses incurred as a direct result the crime which are not covered by other means.
The Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program provides mental health and emotional support services to former Indian Residential School students and their families before, during and after their participation in Settlement Agreement processes, including the Common Experience Payments and the Independent Assessment Process, and those participating in Truth and Reconciliation Commission events and Commemoration activities.
This program provides emergency financial assistance to individual victims of crime in exceptional circumstances and to surviving family members who incur expenses to attend early parole eligibility hearings.
- General Inquiries: 613-957-4222
- TTY: 613-992-4556
The C-OESP is a program that will provide financial assistance to parents who have been ordered by the Court to have an examination, evaluation, or other type of assessment for the purpose of enabling the Court to decide about custody and/or access.
- Toll-Free: 1-888-236-2444
- Telephone: 506-444-3855