Funding provided by the Government of Ontario
The Victim Crisis Assistance Ontario Program is delivered by community non-profit agencies. Staff and volunteers provide free, non-judgemental, confidential support to people affected by crime and tragic circumstances.
Trained staff and volunteers will treat you with courtesy, compassion, dignity and respect.
Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide on-scene support at the request of local police and other community services.
Staff and volunteers support victims, witnesses, and family members affected by:
Children under 16 need consent from a parent or guardian to receive services
Staff and volunteers will refer you to other programs and services to help address your needs for:
Meetings can take place in person or by telephone.
A VCAO representative will help eligible victims to apply to the Victim Quick Response Program within the required timelines.
The Victim Quick Response Program can help eligible victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, hate crimes, serious assault, human trafficking, attempted murder and homicide, who have no other means to cover the cost of:
FOR IMMEDIATE SUPPORT: 1-877-264-4208
29 Byng ave, Suite 1
Kapuskasing, ON, P5N 1W6
1101 Front Street,
Hearst, ON, P0L 1N0
Victim Support Line (available 24/7)
– 1-888-579-2888 (TTY – 1-888-340-1001)
Do you want to do something that is satisfying and of great service to your community? Then volunteering may be for you!
Crisis response volunteers are needed for the Victim Services program. Becoming a VCAO volunteer is helping victims in need.
Contact our office today for more information: