Victims services and funding
Additional information and assistance for victims of crime.
Access additional information and assistance from federal agencies working for a victim of crime.
Use the online Victim Service Directory to search for victim services in every province and territory. Contact information is also available for specialized services for children, Aboriginal people, survivors of domestic violence, and other victims of crime.
Learn more about income support for parents who have taken time away from work to cope with death or disappearance of a child.
Learn more about financial assistance to eligible victims to attend Parole Board of Canada hearings.
Canadian citizens who have been violently victimized abroad may be eligible for financial assistance to reimburse certain expenses incurred as a result of the crime.
Learn more about funding for non-governmental organizations who wish to create or enhance a Child Advocacy Centre to better meet the needs of young victims of crime.
Learn more about funding for provinces, territories and non-government organizations whose projects and activities encourage the development of new approaches, promote access to justice, improve the capacity of service providers, foster the establishment of referral networks, or increase awareness of services available to victims of crime and their families.
Learn more about funding to help organizations host an event for the National Victims of Crime Awareness Week.
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
- Canadian Victims Bill of Rights
- Criminal Code of Canada
- Corrections and Conditional Release Act
- Corrections and Conditional Release Regulations
- Overview of Victim Services across Canada
- Parole Board of Canada Victim's Guide to Information Services
- Victims of Crime: Staying Informed
- Correctional Service Canada (CSC) Victim Services
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