Victim and legal concerns
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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 legal representation to eligible individuals who cannot afford legal services.
- General Inquiries: 867-873-7450
This program allows victims to apply to receive information about the offender who was convicted of a crime against them.
- Telephone: 867-920-8922
This website provides information on assistance and support for victims of crime and tragedy. Community organizations are funded by the Department of Justice to provide local Victim Services programs.
- Telephone: 867-920-6911
This is a time-limited program designed to provide limited financial assistance to help victims of serious violent crime with emergency needs. Funding for this program is provided by the Department of Justice Canada.
- Telephone: 867-873-0199
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