For emergencies, call 911. For immediate support, find a 24-hour crisis-line here.

On-site agencies

On-site agencies are available at our offices on Mondays to provide support so that you can access as many or as few agencies as you need to meet your needs. Our partner agencies work together which means that, with your consent, agencies can have access to the information you provide. This means that you don’t have to repeatedly share the same information.

Here are our on-site partners:

Off-site agencies

You can work with an off-site agency to access additional services. Safety Network Durham staff can help you connect with as many, or as few, off-site partner agencies as you need on the same day by arranging phone appointments. Agencies, with your consent, will have access to your information so you don’t have to tell your story more than once.

Here are our off-site partners:

Video chat agencies

If you’re unable to attend appointments in-person, you have the option to use our video chat service that is provided at a number of community locations. Days and times vary by location, so please call us to arrange an appointment for service via video chat.

Brock Community Health Centre

Various locations through the Brock Community Health Centre are available.
Please call to discuss locations.

New Life Neighbourhood Centre

33 Olive Avenue
Oshawa, Ontario

North House

24 Toronto Street North Unit #1
Uxbridge, Ontario
289- 640-1929

Welcome Centre Ajax

400 Bayly Street
Pickering Ontario

Welcome Centre Pickering

1400 Bayly Street, Unit 5
Pickering, Ontario

Our affiliations 

Safety Network Durham is a member of The Ontario Collaborative Response to Family Violence (OCRFV). The OCRFV is a group of community programs that support an innovative and effective response to victims of domestic violence. Each program is designed to meet the unique needs of their community. OCRFV represents a collaboration of agencies that provide a coordinated response to maximize supports in one location, enhance victim accessibility and ultimately save lives.

Safety Network Durham is a member of the Violence Prevention Coordinating Council (VPCC). The Violence Prevention Coordinating Council (VPCC) of Durham is a community network of organizations, agencies and individuals committed to the prevention, detection, prosecution and treatment of all forms of violence and abuse against women, children and the elderly.  We work together to create a coordinated, proactive and responsive community for families and individuals who have experienced abuse or violence in any form including, domestic violence, sexual assault and child or elder abuse.

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