Nunavut

Nunavut Legal Services Board
Telephone: (867) 360-4603

Iqaluit

RCMP
Telephone: 867-975-4409

Kuujjuaq

Victim Services-From 9 til 5 daily
819 964-2086, 819 964-2053 or 1 866 778-0770
Qikiqtani Inuit Association- Aids Iqaluit
PO Box 1340
Iqaluit, NU X0A 0H0
Tel.: (867) 979-5391
Fax: (867) 979-3239

Northwest Territories

Legal Services Board of the Northwest Territories
Telephone: (867) 873-7450

Deh Cho Friendship Centre- AIDS NT
Box 470
Fort Simpson, NT X0E 0N0
Tel.: (867) 695-2577
Fax: (867) 695-2141
E-mail: friends@cancom.net

Yellow Knife

RCMP
Headquarters
5010 – 49th Avenue (Henry Larsen Building)
Yellowknife, NWT X1A 2R3
Telephone: 867-669-5100

Yukon Territory

Yukon Legal Services Society
Administration Office
Suite 203, 2131 Second Avenue
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 1C3
Phone: (867) 667-5210
Toll Free: 1-800-661-0408 ext 5210
Fax: (867) 667-8649
Email: administration@legalaid.yk.ca

Dawson City

RCMP
(867) 993-5555

White Horse

RCMP
Yukon Headquarters
4100 4th Ave
Whitehorse, Yukon Territory Y1A 1H5
Telephone: 867-667-5551

Blood Ties Four Directions Centre
4230F – 4th Avenue
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1K1
Tel.: (867) 633-2437 (toll free Yukon/BC: 1-877-333-2437)
Fax: (867) 633-2447
E-mail: bloodties@klondiker.com
www.bloodties.ca

British Columbia

Legal Servics Society BC-Legal Aid
Outside Victoria and Vancouver: 1-866-577-2525
In Victoria: 250-382-4620
In greater Vancouver: 604-408-2172

VictimLINK
1-800-563-0808-
Victim’s Services for all of BC will refer you to supports near you.

Qmunity
BC’s Queer Resource Centre
http://www.qmunity.ca /
604-684-5307 extension – 100
Prince George

Prince George RCMP
999 Brunswick ST, PRINCE GEORGE, V2L 2C3
(250) 561-3300

New Hope Society
Sex Worker Organization
1046-4th Avenue
Pr.George- V2L 3J1
(250)552-0890
www.princegeorgenewhopesociety.ca

Prince George AIDS Prevention Program
Northern Health
1108- 3rd Avenue
Prince George, BC V2L 3E5
Tel.: (250) 564-1727
Fax: (250) 564-1743
E-mail: linda.keefe@northernhealth.ca
www.northernhealth.ca

Fort St. John

RCMP
10648 100TH ST, FORT ST JOHN, V1J 3Z6
(250) 787-8100

Dawson Creek

RCMP
1230 102nd AVE, DAWSON CREEK, V1G 4V3
(250) 784-3700

Kamloops

RCMP
560 Battle ST, KAMLOOPS, V2C 6N4
(250) 828-3000

AIDS Society of Kamloops (ASK Wellness Center)
433 Tranquille Road
Kamloops, BC V2B 3G9
Tel.: (250) 376-7558 (toll free in BC: 1-800-661-7541)
E-mail: info@askwellness.ca
www.askwellness.ca

S.H.O.P. Program 
(Ask Wellness Center)
(250)571-4370 (cell)
(250)376-7558 (direct) ext: 233
j.watson@askwellness.ca


Kelowna

RCMP
350 Doyle AVE, KELOWNA, V1Y 6V7
(250) 762-3300

Living Positive Resource Centre – Okanagan
101 – 266 Lawrence Avenue
Kelowna, BC V1Y 6L3
Tel.: (250) 862-2437 (toll free: 1-800-616-2437)
Fax: (604) 868-8662
E-mail: info@lprc.ca
www.livingpositive.ca

Abbotsford

The Warm Zone Drop-in Centre
2481 McCallum Road
604-746-3301
WEAVE program – exiting and supports
604-746-3301

Surrey

Surrey Women’s Centre
604-589-1868
Bad Date Report Line: 604-583-1295
www.surreywomencentre.ca

Surrey HIV Centre
Box 500 Surrey Main
Surrey, BC V3T 5B7
Tel.: (604) 589-8678
Fax: (604) 583-8848
E-mail: positivehaven@surreyhealth.bc.ca
www.surreyhealth.bc.ca
Vancouver

BCCEC-BC Coalition of Experiential Communities
http://bccec.wordpress.com

Pivot Legal Society
678 Hastings St East,
Vancouver, B.C.
V6A 1R1 Canada,
Tel. (+1) 604 255 9700

P.A.C.E. Society
Direct support for sex workers
Occupational health and safety training
Transitions program –  exiting supports and transitioning
to safer indoor sex work spaces.
Tel: 604-872-7651
fax: 604-872-7508
Toll free: 1-866-872-8751
Email: info@pace-society.org
Hours: of Operation: Monday to Thursday, 10:00AM to 6:00PM
www.pace-society.org

Aboriginal Front Door Society

384 Main Street
Vancouver, BC V6A-2T1
Email: info@abfrontdoor.com
Phone: (604) 697-5662

AFDS –  Transitions service program helps women, men and

transgender (two spirited) people of all ages in the downtown
eastside community to exit sex work using an Aboriginal Cultural
approach.

SHER Vancouver

Sher Vancouver strives to provide support through education and advocacy to South Asian members of the LGBTQ+ community.

ALEX SANGHA, MSW, Founder

info@shervancouver.com
Phone: (604) 842-7340
Fax: (604) 628-3841

Sister Watch

The Sister Watch committee aims to eliminate violence against
women and girls in the DTES, and to make the community safer
for everyone who lives and works in Vancouver.

Anyone with information about crimes against women, or any

other matter affecting the safety of those in the Downtown Eastside, 

is encouraged to call the Sister Watch Tip Line

The Sister Watch Tip Line (604) 215-4777

SWAN
Supporting Women’s Alternative’s Network
604-719-6343 or email us at
info@swanvancouver.ca
www.swanvancouver.ca


WISH Drop-In Centre Society
Web: www.wish-vancouver.net
330 Alexander Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada
V6A 1C3
Tel: 604-669-WISH (9474)
email: info@wishdropincentre.org
Drop-In Centre: 604-669-9474
MAP Van: 604-720-5686 – mobile access van supplying condoms and
harm reduction supplies – The MAP Van operates from 10pm til 6am daily

Transitions Project– supports women in moving to safer sex work, 
or to reduce their reliance on sex work, or to eventually exiting altogether. 

contact: 604-669-9474
https://wish-vancouver.net/

Battered Women’s Support Services
CRISIS + INTAKE LINE:604.687.1867

Toll Free: 1.855.687.1868
Business Phone: 604.687.1868
Email: information@bwss.org

PO Box 21503
1424 Commercial Dr.
Vancouver, BC Canada V5L 5G2

MY SISTER’S CLOSET
We have two locations:

1092 Seymour Street
Vancouver, BC Canada V6B 1B4
Phone: 604.687.0770

1830 Commercial Drive
Vancouver, BC V5N 4A5
Phone: 604.251.7229

AIDS Vancouver – 

The Corner (formerly boys r us)
Contact: 1101 Seymour Street

Suite 235, 2nd Floor

Vancouver, BC V6B 0R1

Phone: 604-893-2201
contact@aidsvancouver.org

HIM- Health Initiative for Men
www.checkhimout.ca
#310- 1033 Davie Street
Vancouver, BC
V6E 1M7
ph: 604-488-1001

Three Bridges Community Health Care Center
4th Floor – 1128 Hornby Street
Vancouver, BC
V6Z 2L4
604-331-8901

Insite
Safe injection Site – 
139 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC
604-687-7483
Fax: 604-694-7779

Onsite Transitional Housing
3rd Floor-Insite
139 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC
604-687-7483
Fax: 604-694-7779

Pender Community Health Center
Addiction Services
59 West Pender Street
Vancouver, BC
V6B 1R3
604-669-9181
Fax: 604-688-9775

Aboriginal Wellness Program
2750 East Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC
V5T 2H1
604-675-2251
E-mail: aboriginalhealth@vch.ca

Vancouver Police – Counter Exploitation Unit

If you are in danger or someone’s safety is at risk call 911 !!!

The VPD do not arrest sex workers for their work and 
take crimes against us seriously!! Help to hold
criminals accountable and report violence!!

Sex Work Liaison Officer

Linda Malcolm – 604-516-9854

Counter Exploitation Unit – 604-717- 2586

Community Support Worker
Brenda Lochhead,B.A. Criminology
Counter Exploitation Unit, VPD
Brenda.lochhead@vpd.ca
Blochhead@fsgv.ca
T: 604-717-3414
C: 604-992-0683


Victoria

Greater Victoria Police Victim Services (GVPVS)
850 Caledonia Avenue
Victoria, British Columbia
V8T 5J8
250-995-7351
info@gvpvs.org

Victoria Police Department
Main Headquarters Building
850 Caledonia Ave.,
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada, V8T 5J8
Front Desk Hours 7am to 8 pm
Telephone: (250) 995 – 7654
Main Administration Fax: (250) 384 – 1362
West Division
500 Park Place
Esquimalt, British Columbia

PEERS Victoria
1-744 Fairview Road, Victoria, BC V9A 5T9
Office hours are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday
Telephone: (250) 388-5325 or Toll Free 1-888-733-7722

Peer Resources Victoria
www.peer.ca/peer.html
250-595-3503
1052 Davie Street
Victoria, British Columbia V8S 4E3

Sandy Merriman House Emergency Shelter for Women
www.coolaid.org

[click on shelter]

1634 Store Street
Victoria, BC
250) 383-1951

Aids Vancouver Island
Street Outreach Servcices & Street Nurse Program
www.avi.org/Direct%20Services.htm
1601 Blanshard Street
Victoria, BC |V8W 2J5
tel: 250.384.2366

Victoria AIDS Resource & Community Service Society (VARCS)
www.varcs.org
1284F Gladstone Ave
Phone: 250-388-6220
Victoria, British Columbia
FAX: 250-388-7011
V8T 1G6
e-mail: info@varcs.org

Bridges for Women Society
www.bridgesforwomen.ca
320-1175 Cook Street
Victoria, BC V8V 4A1
Canada
Tel: (250) 385-7410
Toll Free: 1-866-896-3356
Fax: (250) 385-7459
E-mail: careers@bridgesforwomen.ca

Women’s Sexual Assault Centre
www.vwsac.com
Crisis Line & Info Line: (250) 383-3232
Business: (250) 383-5545
FAX: (250) 383-6112
Email: vwsac@vwsac.com
Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 9 am – 5 pm
Address:
#511 – 620 View St.
Victoria, BC, V8W 1J6, Canada

Together Against Poverty Society
www.tapsbc.ca
#302 – 895 Fort Street
Victoria BC V8W 1H7
Phone: (250) 361-3521
Fax: (250) 361-3541

Alberta

Edmonton

Edmonton Regional Legal Aid Office
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
Clients are seen on a walk-in basis. There are a limited number of interviews conducted daily, depending on availability of Legal Aid Officers/Interviewers.
*Appointments available in special circumstances.
300, 10320 102 Avenue
Revillon Building
Edmonton AB
T5J 4A1
Phone: (780) 427-7575
Fax: (780) 427-5909

Police Headquarters
9620 – 103A Avenue
Edmonton, AB. Canada
T5H 0H7
Non-Emergency Calls
(780) 423-4567

If you have been the victim of a crime and would like support please call.
Division Phone
North (780) 426-8160
Southeast (780) 426-8260
West (780) 426-8060
Downtown (780) 421-2760
Administration (780) 421-2217
Court Preparation (780) 426-8249

Kindred House
safe house
10628 – 96 Street
Edmonton, AB T5H 2J2
Phone (780) 422-7333
Fax (780) 422-7343

Streetworks
Boyle Street Co-op
10116 – 105 Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5H 0K2
Tel.: (780) 423-3122 ext. 210/211
Fax: (780) 425-2205
Van Phone: (780) 990-6641
www.streetworks.ca/client/index.html
Calgary

Calgary Legal Aid
Monday – Friday 7:45 AM to 5:15 PM.
Clients are seen on a walk-in basis. There are a limited number of interviews conducted daily, depending on availability of Legal Aid Officers/Interviewers.
*Appointments available in special circumstances.
#1800, 639 5th Avenue SW
Standard Life Tower
Calgary AB
T2P 0M9
Phone: (403) 297-2260
Fax: (403) 297-2232

Calgary Police Service- non emergency number
403-266-1234

Victim Assistance Unit
403-206-8398

Shift Program
for sex workers-
http://www.shiftcalgary.org

AIDS Calgary
110, 1603 10th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T3C 0J7
Phone: (403) 508-2500
Fax: (403) 263-7358
info@aidscalgary.org

Saskatchewan

Legal Aid Saskatchewan
CENTRAL OFFICE SASKATOON #502 – 201 21st Street East SASKATOON SK S7K 2H6Phone 933-5300 FAX 933-6764Toll Free: 1-800-667-3764

Regina

Regina Police Service Contact Information
General Calls and Non-Emergency ComplaintsBox 196 Regina, SK S4P 2Z8(306) 777-6500
1717 Osler Street Regina, SK
(306) 757-5461 FAX(306) 359-1012
TTYFront Desk
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
E-mail: rps@police.regina.sk.ca

North Central Community Centre
1264 Athol Street
777-6450

Al Ritchie Community Centre
2250 Lindsay Street
777-6530

Victims Services unit
(306)777-8660.

AIDS Programs South Saskatchewan (APSS)
2735 5th Ave.
Regina, SK S4T 0L2
Tel.: (306) 924-8420 (toll free in Saskatchewan: 1-877-210-7623)
Fax: (306) 525-0904
www.aidsprogramssouthsask.com

Saskatoon

Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition (CHRC)
220 3rd Ave S, PO Box 3043
Saskatoon, SK S7K 3S9
Tel.: (306) 955-5130 (toll free 1-800-955-5129)
www.rainbowhealth.ca

Saskatoon Police Service
130 4th Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK
Service Centre Hours of Operation: 7:00am – 11:00pm
Phone: (306) 975-8300

Victim’s services unit- (306) 975-8400

Manitoba

Legal Aid Manitoba
Administration Office
402-294 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg MB R3C 0B9
Phone: (204) 985-8500 Fax: 944-8582
Toll Free: 1-800-261-2960

University Law Centre
Faculty of Law – 101 Robson Hall
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg MB R3T 2N2
Phone: 985-5206 Fax: 474-7580

Winnipeg Application Centre
300 – 294 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3C 0B9
Phone: 985-8500

Regional Offices

Legal Aid Manitoba has four regional offices. These offices handle family matters, child protection matters and criminal cases for adult and youth clients.

Thompson Community Law Centre (Thompson)
3 Station Road
Thompson MB R8N 0N3
Phone: 677-1211 Fax: 677-1220
Toll Free: 1-800-665-0656

Parklands Community Law Centre (Dauphin)
31 – 3rd Avenue N.E.
Dauphin MB R7N 0Y5
Phone: 622-7000 Fax: 622-7029
Toll Free: 1-800-810-6977

Westman Community Law Centre (Brandon)
236 – 11th Street
Brandon MB R7A 4J6
Phone: 729-3484 Fax: 726-1732
Toll Free: 1-800-876-7326

Northlands Community Law Centre (The Pas)
Box 2429, 236 Edwards Avenue
The Pas MB R9A 1M2
Phone: 627-4820 Fax: 627-4838
Toll Free: 1-800-268-9790

Winnipeg

Sex Workers of Winnipeg Action Coalition
http://sexworkwinnipeg.com/for-sex-workers/resources-for-sex-workers/

FacebookSWWAC: Sex Workers of Winnipeg Action Coalition
Twitter@SWWACwpg

Email: swwac@sexworkwinnipeg.com



Nine Circles Health Clinic
705 Broadway
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 0X2
General Line: (204) 940-6000
Toll Free 1-888-305-8647
Clinic: (204) 940-6001
Web: www.nincecircles.ca

Police
Emergency ………………………………911
Non Emergency…………………………………..986-6222
Victim Service Unit……………………………..986-6350

Community Services (Crime Prevention and School Resource Units)
986-6322

Domestic Violence Crisis Line
(24 hours) ……………………………………….942-3052

Sexual Assault Crisis Line ……………………786-8631

Suicide/24 hour Crisis Line…………………..786-8686

Age and Opportunity Centre …………………956-6440

Elder Abuse Resource Centre ……………….956-6449

Child and Family Services:
Days……………………………………………….944-4200
After Hours……………………………………..944-4050

Immigrant Womens Association
of Manitoba Inc. ……………………………….989-5800
Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre……………….925-0300

City/Provincial Emergency Social Assistance:
Days………………………………………………..948-4000
After hours……………………………………….945-0183

Shelters

Osborne House ……………………………………942-3052
Ikwe-Widdjiitiwin ……………………………….987-2780
Salvation Army Mens Residence …………..946-9402
Victim/Witness Assistance Program………945-3594
Child Abuse Witness Program ………………945-0662
Women’s Advocacy Program ……………….945-6851

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