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Ernestine's programs provide supportive counselling, safety planning and goal setting for all clients. Our objective is to provide options and tools so you and your children feel supported and empowered and gain an increased understanding of your RIGHTS.

Which option works best for you?

  1. Ernestine's Crisis Line - 416-746-3701 ext 0 or TTY 416-746-3716. Call 7 days-a-week, 24 hours a day and to speak with a trained counsellor who will listen to you and provide important information and resources to meet your immediate needs.

  2. Ernestine's Shelter Program – for women who are single or those with child/ren who are currently experiencing abuse and need immediate shelter. Programs: Child & Youth, Legal & Housing, Counselling, Shelter, Skills Exchange

  3. Ernestine's Transitional Housing & Outreach Support (TH&OS) Program - provides support to women and children who are currently experiencing or who have experienced violence and are presently living in the community. Additionally, the program provides counselling, advocacy, food bank, legal, housing and resource supports. The primary goal of the program is to provide support to women and children to find and secure affordable housing.
  4. Email contact@ernestines.ca - we will do our best to respond to email within 24 hours on weekdays and 48 hours on weekends. If you are able,  please call our crisis line 416-746-3701 x 0 or the Assaulted Women’s Helpline toll free at 1-866-863-0511.

Crisis 416.746.3701 / TTY 416.746.3716

did you know
did you know

20%

of the cases of sexual abuse involving disabled people are ever reported to the police, community service agencies, or other authorities.

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