If this is an emergency please call 911 or go to a hospital emergency room and ask to speak with the sexual assault/domestic violence nurse
KFACC serves the Kingston Frontenac region in southeastern Ontario. To find services elsewhere in Ontario, or for other KFL&A community services, please visit 211Ontario.ca.
Kingston Health Sciences Centre Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Unit
The Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence (SA/DV) team is available 24/7 at the Emergency Departments at Kingston General Hospital (KGH) and Lennox and Addington County General Hospital (LACGH-Napanee).
Care is provided in a secure treatment room to protect the privacy of our clients by a team of specially trained staff who are available 24 hours/day, 7 days of the week. Services are available to both adults (14 years of age and older) and children (under 14 years of age). Pediatric care for children under 14 years of age is only available at the Kingston General Hospital site.
Pediatric care for children under 14 years of age is ONLY available at the Kingston General Hospital site
Kingston General Hospital (KGH) Emergency Department – SA/DV Access 24/7
41 King Street West, Kingston, ON. K7L 0A6
Go directly to the Emergency Department to access the Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence nurse.
Phone: 613-549-6666, press 0 and ask for the Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Nurse On-Call
Contact the Provincial Navigation Line at 1-855-NAV-SADV (628-7238)
The Sexual Assault Centre Kingston
The Sexual Assault Centre Kingston seeks to support survivors in different stages of their trauma and healing journey. We offer individual counselling for those of all genders and identities 12+, who have experienced recent and/or historic sexual violence in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington.
Toll Free: 1-877-240-0762
24 hour Crisis and Support Line: 613 544-6424
Phone: 613 545-0762 ext. 105 if you would like individual counselling.
SACK Chat and Text Crisis Support, 12pm-12am 7 days a week at WeBelieveSurvivors.ca
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
Victim Services of Kingston and Frontenac
Assistance for victims and survivors of crime, tragic circumstance & disaster in the city of Kingston and the County of Frontenac. Working in partnership with police, fire & rescue, paramedics, campus security and your community. Victim Services of Kingston and Frontenac is committed to providing crisis response, practical assistance and supportive programs to victims of crime and tragedy within Frontenac County.
Available programs include Crisis Intervention, Anti-Human Trafficking, Safety Planning and the Victim Quick Response Program (VQRP).
Located in the Kingston Police Station, 705 Division St, Kingston, ON. K7K 4C2
Office Hours: 8:30am – 4:30pm Monday to Friday
The Support Services for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse
The Support Services for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse program provides help for male survivors of sexual abuse, both recent and historical. The program is the first of its kind in Canada and is delivered by agencies across the province. Approximately one in six men will experience sexual abuse in their lifetime. If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual abuse, you are not alone and there is help available.
Male survivors of sexual abuse have access to a number of specialized services to help them deal with the impact of abuse, including:
- individual and group counselling
- peer support
- telephone and online counselling
- referrals to other appropriate community support services to meet other long-term needs that clients may have
Survivors can access a 24-hour, multilingual, toll-free phone line for immediate crisis and referral services at 1-866-887-0015.
Men & Healing
Offering a male-centered approach to psychology and therapy with 20-plus years of experience and expertise in the field. Their services are now web-based and they can provide psychotherapy throughout Ontario.
Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line
Youth Line offers confidential and non-judgmental peer support through our telephone, text and chat services. Get in touch with a peer support volunteer from Sunday to Friday, 4:00PM to 9:30 PM EST.
Trans Lifeline is a grassroots hotline and microgrants 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community.
Hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people any day from 10:00 am – 4:00 am EST.
Male Survivor provides critical resources to male survivors of sexual trauma and all their partners in recovery by building communities of Hope, Healing, & Support.
Resolve Counselling Kingston
Partner Assault Response Program
The primary focus of the Partner Assault Response (PAR) program is to enhance the safety of victims of domestic violence. This is achieved by providing information and support to victims and educating and offering counselling to individuals found guilty of or pleading guilty to a charge of partner assault.
The PAR Group Process is a 12-week group counselling program for people who have been violent, abusive or used any form of coercion towards a spouse/partner. The goal is to increase partner safety and offender accountability. Participants are engaged in structured exercises that help them examine their beliefs and behaviours. They are given the opportunity to understand that past choices were a means to gain power and control over their partner. There are separate groups for women who are found or have pled guilty to a charge of partner abuse. Individuals who have not been charged are welcome to register.
Fees for the 12-week group are on a sliding scale based on annual income. There is no fee for the partner contact portion of the program. Language interpretation services are available if needed.
Groups are available in both Kingston and Napanee (located at the east end of the plaza).
It Starts With You
It starts with you. It stays with him. is an online-based, social media campaign developed by the White Ribbon Canada and Le Centre Ontarien de Prévention des Agressions to inspire men to promote healthy, equal relationships with the boys in their lives. Helping young people achieve consent, set boundaries, value people of all genders and use respectful communication in all their relationships is something we can all do. 36 Eglinton Avenue West, Suite 603, Toronto, ON. M4R 1A1