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No Names,
No Judgement,
Just Support

We provide free, confidential, and non-judgmental 24 hour support to all survivors of violence including female-identified, male-identified, and members of the transgender community.  We advocate against violence in the community at large and promote prevention through community education.

Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Services (SAVIS of Halton) offers free and confidential 24/7, one-on-one crisis counselling services, with no judgment, just support. Services can be short- or long-term in nature and are open to female-identified, male-identified and transgender people aged 16 and over who are survivors of violence, including childhood sexual abuse. SAVIS does not discriminate when it comes to race, colour, disability, age or national origin.

Oakville Office:

Monday – Friday

9 AM – 4:30 PM

In-person Counselling

Monday – Thursday

For Enquiries

905 – 825 – 3622

We are here to help.
The SAVIS support line operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is open to people of all ages and experiences. You are welcome to call anytime and all calls will be confidential.

In-person counselling is available at our Oakville Location.  We understand that women experience oppression in varying configurations and intensity depending on their individual backgrounds and this may have an additional impact on those already facing sexual abuse. Our counsellors work from an anti-racist and anti-oppressive viewpoint to provide assessments that are non-directive and non-judgemental.

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Our Programs

Supporting SAVIS of Halton is crucial because it directly contributes to creating safer communities and empowering survivors.

We are here to help.

The SAVIS support line operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is open to people of all ages and experiences.  You are welcome to call anytime and all calls will be confidential.

Qualified, compassionate volunteers operate SAVIS’ 24 hour support & crisis line.  
You do not have to be in crisis to call. 

Our presentations and workshops are divided into two main categories: 1) sexual health, violence prevention, and mental health, and 2) anti-human trafficking.

Our Goal and Mission

The aim of public education at SAVIS is to use education and awareness to end all forms of violence. SAVIS offers public education workshops and presentations to schools, community members, and service providers  in Halton. 

Join Us in Empowering Survivors

By supporting SAVIS of Halton, you contribute to creating safer spaces for everyone, including marginalized communities who are disproportionately affected by sexual violence. Your donation helps fund programs that address intersectional issues and promote inclusivity and equity.

Join SAVIS’ Dedicated and Passionate Volunteer Team!


SAVIS of Halton provides essential support and resources to survivors of sexual violence, including counseling, advocacy, and crisis intervention services. This support is instrumental in helping survivors heal and regain control over their lives.

Senior Support Services

Elder abuse is a growing concern, there are currently 2 million seniors aged 65 and over, or 14.6 per cent of the population who reside in Ontario.

If you are experiencing Elder Abuse, you are not alone!

Support for Men

There is approximately one in six men who have experienced sexual abuse at some time in their lives.

Counselling Services are available for male survivors of sexual abuse.

Anti-Human Trafficking

SAVIS provides a range of core services, ongoing case management and crisis support to all survivors of human trafficking; sex trafficking, labour trafficking, forced marriage, domestic servitude and individuals at risk of exploitation.


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