Look up services that complement those offered by the Centre in our address book. Our partners include many types of organizations such as legal clinics, community organizations, government institutions, and more.
Available in French only. Provincial feminist and francophone coalition of organizations committed to eliminating violence against women. Develops awareness tools and provides online and in-person training.
Available in French only. The CJFO offers free legal information, legal advice, and limited scope mandates in family law, criminal law, immigration law, and housing law to Francophone women experiencing violence in Ontario.
Produces clear, accurate, and practical information to help people understand the law and exercise their legal rights. This includes easy-to-navigate websites, free interviews to complete legal documents, and training for community workers.
The Ottawa Carleton Economic and Social Council (CÉSOC) is a non-profit corporate organization that offers services to support, inform and guide Francophone newcomers. This enables them to develop their full potential in their host community.
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