Survivors for Change and Empowerment
A community based resource in collaboration with the Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia providing services to victims and survivors of sexualized violence.
Building advocacy, awareness, empowerment, and allyship.
Legal Advocacy Guide
by Survivors for Change and
The Signal For Help Responder's
by Canadian Women's Foundation
Provincial Domestic Violence 24 Hour Support Line:
Carrie Low Training and Consulting
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Providing sexual assault victim and survivor support, education and training, legislation reform efforts, and raising awareness on the need for improvements to ensure victims and survivors may experience the full meaning of justice through the legal system.
Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia
85 Queen St, Dartmouth,
Nova Scotia B2Y 1G7
The Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia (EFMNS) is a non-profit, charitable organization devoted to improving the lives of marginalized groups of identified women, girls, non-binary, and gender diverse individuals who have been let down by a broken justice system that perpetuates inequality.
Naomi Society offers support to women, children, and all genders through trauma-informed community prevention, outreach, support, and advocacy. We provide services to those who have experienced domestic, family, intimate partner and sexual violence in Antigonish and Guysborough Counties.
Sexual Assault Centres
The Antigonish Women’s Resource Centre and SASA provides services to individual women and adolescent girls that include crisis and ongoing problem-solving support, information, advocacy, accompaniment and referral. Services and programs are designed to provide a comprehensive approach to problem solving and are delivered in a manner that promotes self-awareness, independence, and individual decision-making.
General enquiries: (902) 422-4240
Call this line to ask general questions about Avalon Centre
Enquiries regarding trauma therapy: (902) 817-3821
Call this line to ask questions about trauma therapy, make an appointment with our staff, collect resources, or get a referral to another service.
SANE response line: (902) 425-0122
Call this line for medical and forensic assessments within seven days of sexualized violence.
Avalon Sexual Assault Centre provides services for those affected by sexualized violence, with primary emphasis on support, education, counseling and leadership/advocacy services for women.
The Colchester Sexual Assault Centre (CSAC) is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated to strengthening and empowering survivors of adult sexual assault (ASA) and/or child sexual abuse (CSA) who are aged 16 and over. All programs and services are equally available to all genders.