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Organization: Design for A New Tomorrow  
Phone Numbers: 905-684-1223 ext 1
Fax: 905-684-8067
Email: dfnt@dfnt.ca
Website: www.dfnt.ca
Address:
60 James St, Ste 502
St Catharines, ON
L2R 7E7
Intersection: King St and James St
Accessibility: Partially Accessible    Partially Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Parking - Accessible; Entrance - Accessible; Washroom - Usable
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Service Description: Women's support center offering programs and counseling.

Support individuals who have experienced abuse in intimate adult relationships in their journey towards healthy self-directed lives and respectful relationships.

A community based program funded by the Ministry of Community and Social Services which provides individual and group counselling to enable women to become non-victims of physical or mental abuse. Participates in the Coalition to End Violence Against Women, which promotes and facilitates a coordinated community response to the abatement of violence against women.
  • public education * intervention * treatment * follow-up * counselling * women's group

The Partner Assault Response Program in partnership with the Family Counselling Centre) * Funded by the Ministry of the Attorney General * for individuals who have been abusive to their partners and are committed to change * Voluntary participants also eligible: call for details * Sliding fee schedule for service

Neighbours, Friend and Families Campaign - raises awareness of the signs of woman abuse. Speakers are available, please contact the office.

Services and Programs:

Fees: Service - Women: Admin $5 * Women pay an Admin fee of $5 on second visit
Partner Assault Response program fees: sliding scale based on annual income
Application: Referrals are accepted from anyone
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Women must be minimum 16 years of age.

PAR: It is a POST-SENTENCE program for anyone charged and convicted of a domestic offence. The offender will be referred to the program by a court as a condition of a probation order, conditional sentence or parole, or as a condition of bail prior to sentencing. FACS referrals and self-referral if there are no criminal charges.
Languages: English
Language Note: Interpreters accessed as needed.
Area(s) Served:
Niagara Region  
See Also: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

This information was last completely updated on January 12, 2017

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