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Nipissing Transition House

Family Court Support Worker Program


Description
  • Provides information on the family court process
  • Assists in documenting the history of abuse and accessing Legal Aid for family court proceedings
  • Offers referrals to specialized services and supports in the community
  • Teaches safety planning and assists with the development of safety plans
  • Accompanies victims to Family Court proceedings, lawyer appointments, Family Court Duty Council and the Family Court Office¬†when appropriate
  • Offers Francophone and Aboriginal specific services and referrals to culturally supportive services
Comments
Call the office at any time to leave a message to book an appointment. Indicate if it is safe for staff to return your call and/or leave a messageNote: Does NOT give any legal advice; victim needs to consult with lawyer
Hours of Operation
Mon
0800 - 1700
Tue
0800 - 1700
Wed
0800 - 1700
Thu
0800 - 1700
Fri
0800 - 1700

Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm
Eligibility
Victims of domestic violence involved in the family court process

Ages: 16 years and older
Application Process
Referrals are accepted from other agencies but staff will need to speak to the woman directly to make arrangements for services
Fees
None
Documents Required
No documents required
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(50) Non Profit
Topic(s)
Agency Information
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Copyright
211 Ontario North
Last Verified On
May 31, 2021