Sexual Assault Treatment Services

Local Community Services

Emergency Services

  • 911
  • North Bay Police Service
  • OPP
  • Anishnabik Police Service
  • West Nipissing Police Service
  • North Bay and Area Victim Services
  • North Bay Regional Health Centre Emergency Department
    705-474-8600 ext. 4500
  • West Nipissing General Hospital
  • Mattawa General Hospital

Walk in Clinics

  • North Bay Doctor’s Clinic – Head to Toe Clinic
  • Blue Sky Medical Walk In Clinic
  • Near North Medical Clinic
  • Phil’s Lakeshore Pharmasave Walk In Clinic
  • Good Doctors Walk In Clinic
  • North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit Main Office
  • Telehealth Ontario
  • CFB Family Medical Clinic
    705-494-2011 ext. 2149
  • North Bay Walk in Clinics

Housing Services

Counselling Services in North Bay

Indigenous Services

  • Ontario Native Women’s Association
    Community Wellness Program – Assists Indigenous families experiencing family violence by working one on one to develop an action plan for identified concerns, providing victim service referrals, and offering Indigenous Culture based healing programs.
  • North Bay Indian Friendship Centre
    Offers counselling and support to victims of family violence, links to emergency services, community referrals, culture specific programs and groups
  • Indigenous Sexual Health
    Aim is to advance culturally safe health and healing for Indigenous women through education, partnerships and community initiatives, and leadership and advocacy.
  • Anishinabek Education Institute (Union of Onatrio Indians)
  • Native People of Nipissing Housing
  • Temagami First Nations Health and Wellness Centre
  • Ojibway Women’s Lodge

Provincial Services

  • Services for Victims of Crime (Ministry of Attorney General)
  • Assaulted Women’s Helpline
  • National Resource for Sexual Abuse
  • Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime
  • Stop It Now: Together We Can Prevent The Sexual Abuse of Children
  • Boost: Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention
    Dedicated to prevention of child abuse and violence through awareness and education Providing services in the Toronto area; see under ‘Resources” for Information sheets.
  • Ontario Network of Sexual Assault Domestic Violence Treatment Centres
    Information for both professionals and victims including role of the network, its mandate, centres across Ontario, HIV post-exposure prophylaxis, adult sexual assault, pediatric sexual assault, domestic violence. Has extensive resource links.
  • Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres
    A network for rape crisis/sexual assault centres in Ontario. Has resources for survivors of sexual assault and links to support.
  • Neighbourhoods, Friends, and Families
    Provincial campaign to raise awareness about woman abuse. Available in English and French. Reviews how to identify and help women who are abused, how to talk to male abusers, and safety planning for abused women.
  • Superior North Victim Safety Project -Stop Violence Against Women
  • Ontario Women’s Directorate
    Provides resources, information and public education to assist women experiencing violence.
  • Canadian Centre for Child Protection
    A charitable organization whose goal is to reduce child victimization and provide service to Canadians.
    Also operates the programs below:

Legal/Law Services

  • Services for Victims of Crime (Ministry of Attorney General)
    Lists all the programs and support centres that the Ontario government provides for victims of crime, such as domestic violence, sexual assault and others.Includes – Victim Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) Provides information, assistance and support to victims and witnesses of crime throughout the criminal justice process in order to increase their understanding of, and participation in, the criminal justice process. Offered by the Ontario Victim Services Secretariat, VWAP services include crisis intervention, needs assessment, referrals to community agencies, emotional support, case specific information (court dates, bail conditions) and court preparation and orientation.
  • Community Legal Information Ontario
    Do You Know a Woman Who is Being Abused – A Legal Rights Handbook
  • Criminal Injuries Compensation Board
    Information on how to receive compensation if you have been a victim of crime such as sexual assault or domestic violence.
  • Family Law Education for Women
    Legal information for women under Ontario family law.  Available in 14 languages including French. Also addresses specific communities such as Aboriginal, Jewish, Muslim, Christian, domestic immigrant women, women with disabilities.

Services for Men

  • Male Survivors
    Support for men who have been sexually abused or assaulted.
  • Male Survivor
    For boys and men who have been victims of sexual assault. Online support and information.
  • The Men’s Project
    The Men’s Project is committed to assisting and supporting the development of provincial services for male victims of childhood sexual abuse and recent sexual assault. Open to straight, gay, and bisexual males.
  • Crisis and Support Services (Ontario)
    Available 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
  • 1 in 6 Organization
    An online web service geared to support men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood.
  • Public Health Agency of Canada
    Gives information including statistics, consequences, prevention and interventions and some general referral information for men who have been in or are currently in abusive relationships.
  • When Males Have Been Sexually Abused as Children: A Guide for Men

LGBQTT  Local Services

North Bay

50 College Drive,
P.O. Box 2500
North Bay, ON
P1B 5A4
Tel: 705-474-8600

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680 Kirkwood Drive,
Sudbury, ON
P3E 1X3
Tel: 705-675-9193
Fax: 705-675-6817

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