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Nova Scotia Women’s Organizations
Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women is an agency of the Nova Scotia government committed to advancing equality for women and girls.
Transition House Association of Nova Scotia is a provincial voice for member organizations across Nova Scotia that provide services for abused women.
Women's Centres Connect unites the eight community-based women's centres in Nova Scotia and is a strong, supportive, collective feminist voice on issues of concern to women and adolescent girls.
Violence in Same-Sex Relationships
Domestic Violence in Aboriginal Communities
Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia is a charitable not-for-profit organization that provides information and resources about the law in Nova Scotia
The Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission delivers legal aid via a network of 16 community-based law offices as well as 3 sub-offices. The offices are staffed by salaried lawyers and, in certain situations, supplemented by lawyers in private practice on a fee-for-service basis.
Abuse is wrong in any family-know the law: What women who are newcomers and immigrants need to know about Nova Scotia domestic violence laws and resources (long version)
Abuse is wrong in any family-know the law: What women who are newcomers and immigrants need to know about Nova Scotia domestic violence laws and resources (short version)
Mental Health & Addictions Services
The Public Services Health & Safety Association of Ontario provides access to free information materials on domestic violence in the workplace