Victim Services of Huron County

Service: Victim Crisis Assistance Ontario

Description (Service) COVID19 Office phone forwarded to staff cell phone and will be answered directly. Staff are willing to support on scene First Responders if required. If phone support is an option that would be the first line of defense. Referrals, safety planning and needs assessments will be completed by phone, email. In-person support could take place after COVID19 screening questions were completed to ensure safety for all. On-site early intervention and crisis intervention, needs assessment, safety planning, referrals to community services, enhanced support for vulnerable victims and assistance with applications to VQRP+Victim Quick Response Program+ (VQRP+) assistance with emergency expenses related to the incident, including home safety, accommodation, meals, transportation, basic necessities, dependent care costs, counselling, traditional Indigenous health services, cellular phones, vision care, dental care, aids for victims with disabilities, interpretation services, crime scene cleanup, government/medical documents and funeral expenses. Additional assistance for victims of human trafficking includes storage locker, tattoo removal, and treatment at a recovery facility. No direct reimbursement to victims for support listed above. Financial support also available for victims who sustained serious physical injuries during a crime and for parents of child homicide victims and spouses of homicide victimSatellite office at Seaforth Arena 122 Duke St., Seaforth N0K 1W0
Service Details
Hours Administration: Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm Service: Mon-Sun 24 hours through any Huron emergency services personnel
Areas Served Huron County ; Referrals can be made for out of County needs.
Eligibility Victims of crime and tragic circumstances. VQRP+ victims, immediate family members, and witnesses in the direct aftermath of violent crimes
Application Referral by police, emergency services, community agency or self referral
Languages Other - Translation services may be accessed for other languages
Fees None - donations graciously accepted
Address and Location
Located In Community Clinton
Address & Map
Huron County OPP Headquarters; 325 Albert St
Clinton, ON
Canada N0M 1L0
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Intersection Hwy #4 and Albert Street
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-600-4108
Toll Free Phone 1-866-863-4108
Fax 519-600-4150
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Primary Contact Deborah Logue, Executive Director
Alternate Contact Deborah Logue, Executive Director
Volunteer Coordinator Karen Redmond, Volunteer Coordinator
Mailing Address c/o Victim Services Huron; PO Box 667 
Bluewater, ON 
Canada N0M 1L0

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