If you’re in crisis or need immediate assistance phone 911.
Kingston General Hospital (KGH) – Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Unit (SA/DV)
The Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Program provides service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They offer:
- Emergency medical care (within 12 days for +16yrs of age and no time limit for under 16yrs);
- Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, HIV and pregnancy;
- Crisis counselling;
- Forensic evidence collection,
- Safety planning
**Go directly to the Emergency Department to access the SA/DV nurse.
76 Stuart Street, Kingston, ON, K7L 2V7
SA/DV Office: 613-549-6666 x 4880
Emergency Department: 613-548-2333
Lennox and Addington County General Hospital – Emergency Department
8 Richmond Park Drive, Napanee, ON, K7R 2Z4
Ministry of the Attorney General – Victim/Witness Assistance Program (VWAP)
Survivors of sexual abuse or violence who have brought charges against their abuser are connected with V/WAP who provide information, assistance and support to victims of crime throughout the criminal justice process.
308 Wellington Street, Unit 101, Kingston, ON, K7K 7A8
Criminal Injuries Compensation Board awards financial compensation for victims of crimes of violence that happened in Ontario. Survivors who want to submit a claim need to complete an application and submit it to the Board. The application, which Sexual Assault Centre Kingston can help you fill out, is available at: http://www.forms.ssb.gov.on.ca/mbs/ssb/forms/ssbforms.nsf/GetFileAttach/004-0310E~1/$File/0310E_Application.pdf
705 Division Street, Kingston, ON, K7K 4C2
Phone: 613 549-4660 for non-emergencies
OPP – Napanee Detachment
86 Advance Ave. Napanee, ON K7R 3Y6
Office: 613-354-3369 for non emergencies
Kingston Interval House
Emergency shelter committed to supporting women, children and youth experiencing domestic violence.
Office: 613-546-1833 or 613-546-4136
Crisis Line: 613-546-1777 or 1-800-267-9445
Lennox and Addington Interval House
Lennox & Addington Interval House provides safe shelter for abused women and their children for up to 6 weeks. Safe housing is provided to those who have been physically, sexually, emotionally or financially abused or those who fear they will be assaulted. Trained and committed staff offer supportive counseling, crisis intervention and safety planning.
24/7 Crisis Line: 613.354.1010 or 1-800-667-1010
Resolve Counselling Services – Male Survivors’ Group: Coming to Terms with Childhood Sexual Abuse
This group is available to males over the age of 18 who are coming to terms with childhood sexual abuse. It is open to all men regardless of background, gender identity or sexual orientation.
417 Bagot St. Kingston, ON K7K 3C1
Addiction and Mental Health Services – Kingston, Frontenac. Lennox and Addington (AMHS-KFLA)
Community based addictions and mental health services.
385 Princess Street, Kingston ON, K7L 1B9
Office Kingston Area: 613-544-1356
Kingston Area 24/7 Crisis Phone Line: 613-544-4229 or 1-866-616-6005
70 Dundas Street East, Napanee ON, K7R 1H9
Office Napanee Area: 613-354-7521
Lennox and Addington 24/7 Crisis Phone Line: 613-354-7388 or 1-800-267-7877
The Land O’Lakes Women’s Program
The Land O’Lakes Women’s Program provides supports and services to women aged 16 and older who are experiencing, or have experienced violence in their lives. Services include transportation, safety planning, court support, medical support and advocacy.
12497A, Hwy 41, Unit 1, Northbrook, ON, K0H 2G0
Kingston Anti-Violence Advisory Council (KAVAC)
KAVAC is women survivor-led group committed to eradicating partner abuse and sexual violence and building safer communities. The Council is particularly interested in increasing awareness and understanding of victims’ experiences and needs among service providers, exploring new ways to improve and enhance services through inter–agency collaboration.
Elizabeth Fry Society Kingston
Service to women in conflict with the law and to women facing financial and social barriers that may put them at risk of coming into conflict with the law.
127 Charles St, Kingston, ON
Office: 613-544-1744 or 1-888-560-3379
HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS)
Provides education, counselling, harm reduction, drop-in services, rapid HIV testing to individuals and organizations in Kingston and area.
844A Princess Street, Kingston ON
Victim Services of Kingston and Frontenac – Human Trafficking Worker
Immediate assistance with emergency expenses related to the incident, including emergency home safety, accommodation, meals, transportation, dependent care costs, counselling, cellular phones, vision care, crime scene cleanup, and funeral expenses * additional assistance for victims of human trafficking include replacement of government documents, storage locker, dental, tattoo removal, and treatment at a recovery facility * no direct reimbursement to victims
Kingston Police Station
Sexual Health Services
Sexual Health Resource Centre (SHRC)
Non-judgemental, confidential, information and referral service regarding issues of sex, sexuality, and sexual health. Accommodation services to Women’s Clinic and Sexual Assault/Family Violence unit at KGH.
81 Union Street, Room 223, John Deutsch University Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
KFL&A Public Health – Sexual Health Clinic
Confidential and non-judgemental sexual health services.
KFL&A Public Health, 221 Portsmouth Ave., Kingston, ON, K7M 1V5
Office: 613-549-1232 ext. 1441
SWAG Kingston (Sex Workers Action Group)
Sex Workers Action Group Kingston (SWAG Kingston) is a sex positive group run by sex workers, people with lived experience, allies, and agency members who strive to improve the lives of sex workers in Kingston and surrounding area. SWAG is housed out of the HARS Kingston Office.