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Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis is a feminist community-based organization providing services to women and their children on woman abuse and sexual violence. We believe our services must be inclusive and equitable for all individuals accessing our programs while being responsive to issues of race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic status and/or abilities.
Marianne’s Place is an accessible emergency shelter that provides temporary housing for women and their children experiencing physical, sexual, emotional or financial abuse and/or stalking. The location of the shelter is confidential. The shelter offers programming and supports for women and their children.
The Transitional and Housing Support Program offers a range of services to women in the community who are experiencing violence and/or abuse as well as those who have left violent/abusive relationships recently or in the past.
The Family Court Program provides services to women who have experienced abuse and are currently involved or about to enter the Family Court process.
The Rural Women’s Support Program provides services for women and their children living in rural Wellington County who have been or are in an abusive relationship, or have experienced childhood sexual abuse and/or incest, recent or past sexual assault, harassment and/or stalking.
The Sexual Assault Centre offers individual and group counselling to women 16 years of age and older who have experienced sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, and/or incest or sexual harassment recently or in the past. The Sexual Assault Centre provides long term individual and/or group counselling.
The Crisis Line is a 24-hour telephone and TTY support and referral line in Guelph and Wellington County. We offer support to those who have experienced or are experiencing physical, sexual, emotional or financial abuse and/or stalking. We also speak to concerned friends and family members of abused women, service providers and other professionals in contact with abused women.
The Anti-Human Trafficking Program offers individual counselling and support to those who have experienced or are currently experiencing Human Trafficking. Services are free, confidential, non-judgmental, and identification is not required. Interpreters can be arranged if necessary.
There are no fees for any G-W Women in Crisis services.