If you are in immediate danger call 911.
If someone is being abused and is not in immediate danger, the Domestic Violence Crisis Line is open 24 hours at 1-877-977-0007. You can call this line for information and to discuss options.
As part of the VIPV initiative, CLEA has set up a phone line and dedicated email address so that we can provide prompt legal information and referrals to resources.
Here are the numbers to call (Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to noon):
Or you can send your question by email to:
A flyer with the details is available here:
As part of the project, we are doing outreach. This includes organizing workshops about IPV related subjects for the public as well as for agencies and professionals providing assistance to those impacted by family and relationship violence. Information about programs with open registration will be posted on the CLEA web page under the “Programs” tab at “Webinars” and under our “Events” heading. If you would like to arrange a free presentation for your organization, please contact us at .
CLEA is also hosting webinars about IPV topics. These webinars are free, but you must register to attend:
We will be adding information about topics related to Intimate Partner Violence to this page as we go. You can learn about the following by clicking below:
CLEA is pleased to have the financial support of Justice Canada for our Victims of Intimate Partner Violence Project.