Victim Services Huron County main funder is the Ministry of the Attorney General. https://www.attorneygeneral.jus.gov.on.ca/
Victim Services Huron works closely with Huron County OPP to support our community.
Phone: Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: 1-888-310-1122
http://opp.ca

Avon Maitland District School Board

Address: 62 Chalk Street North
Seaforth, ON N0K 1W0
Phone: (519) 527-0111 • Toll Free: 1-800-592-5437
info@ed.amdsb.ca
www.amdsb.ca

The AMDSB has 38 schools across Huron and Perth counties and serves an inclusive student population of over 15,000. AMDSB has a new strategic plan that focuses on 3 key goals: i AM well, i AM prepared, and i AM engaged. Our mental health and well-being strategy has focused on #iAMwell and communicating a consistent message to staff and students: YOU MATTER. Staff members are encouraged to focus on engaging, authentic tasks that reflect their knowledge of the students and differentiate according to students’ needs and abilities.


Canadian Mental Health Association, Huron-Perth

Phone: Voicemail: 519-527-2442 Toll-Free: 1-888-875-2944
http://www.cmha-hp.on.ca/
Our vision – A society which values human dignity and enhances mental and emotional well being for all.


Choices for Change

Address: 29 Kingston Street
Goderich, Ontario N7A3K2
Phone: 519-271-6730 | 1-877-218-0077
https://choicesforchange.ca/

Our Mission: To provide quality services, resources and support for the treatment and prevention of substance and behavioural addictions so individuals and their families can learn to manage their unique concerns and lead fulfilling, healthy lives.

Our Vision: To support positive change in individuals, families and the community by delivering comprehensive and innovative addiction services in Huron-Perth.


Huron-Perth Catholic District School Board

Address: 3927 Perth Rd, 87 Mill St #180
Dublin, ON N0K 1E0
Phone: 1-519-345-2440 • Toll Free: 1-800-265-8508
http://huronperthcatholic.ca/

The Huron-Perth Catholic District School Board is fervently committed to high standards for achievement in teaching and learning.  We are very proud of the quality of instruction within all schools and our commitment to inclusive learning spaces that provide differentiated opportunities for growth and development.

Our Mission: We serve our students, working with the home, parish and school community to:​ nurture a Christ-centred environment, provide student-focused learning opportunities, and support the growth of the whole person.

Our Vision: Faith and Learning…. Celebrating the Journey


Huron Perth Children’s Aid Society

Goderich Office: 413 MacEwan Street, Goderich, ON. N7A 4M1
Phone: 519-524-7356 or Toll Free: 1-800-265-5198
http://www.h-pcas.ca/

Our Vision – SAFE CHILDREN. CONFIDENT YOUTH. RESILIENT ADULTS.

Huron Perth Children’s Aid Society advocates for and protects children’s rights, supports and strengthens families; and is a leader for change in our community.


Huron Perth Public Health

Clinton Office: 77722B London Road, RR 5, Clinton, Ontario N0M 1L0 – Clinton: 1-888-221-2133 Wingham Office: 131 John Street East, Wingham, Ontario N0G 2W0 – Wingham: 519-357-4993
www.hpph.ca

Huron Perth Public Health staff work to promote and protect health and prevent disease, illness and injury in the residents of Huron and Perth counties. We offer public health services that meet the needs in Huron and Perth.


Huron Women’s Shelter

Address: 376 Huron Rd, Goderich, ON N7A 3A5
Phone: 1-800-265-5506 (24 hour support and information line) – 519-524-5333 (Business line)
info@huronwomensshelter.com
http://www.huronwomensshelter.com

Huron Women’s Shelter, Second Stage Housing and Counselling Services serves all of Huron County by providing a safe and caring environment for women and their children experiencing all types of abuse to heal. Women are empowered as they make changes in their lives through safe housing, counselling and supports.We offer emergency shelter, second stage housing, counselling services, transition support, children and youth services, family court support and sexual assault counselling.



Huron-Perth Centre

Address: 63 Lorne Avenue East, Unit 2A, Stratford, Ontario, N5A 6S4
Phone: 519-273-3373
http://www.hpcentre.on.ca/

We believe that positive relationships are the foundation for healing and for realizing the potential in all persons.


Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services: Goderich Probation & Parole

Address: 37 East Street, Goderich, Ontario N7A 1N2
Phone: 519-524-2193

Probation is a court disposition that authorizes the offender to remain at large in the community subject to conditions prescribed in a probation order.

A probation officer prepares reports, enforces probation orders, assesses offenders in order to make effective case management decisions and determine rehabilitative interventions (including referral for educational, counselling, or treatment programs).


Rural Response for Healthy Children

Address: PO Box 687, 58 Mary Street, Clinton, Ontario, N0M 1L0
Phone: 519-482-8777 or 1-800-479-0716
mail@rrhc.on.ca
http://www.rrhc.on.ca

Rural Response for Healthy Children serves Huron County families.  The parent support and education program focus on healthy child development, parenting through life transitions, self-care and positive parenting approaches.  The child support and education program focus on personal safety, self-regulation and healthy relationships.


The Salvation Army

Salvation Army, Clinton – 519-482-8586

Salvation Army, Goderich – 519-524-2950

Salvation Army, Wingham – 519-357-1387

The Salvation Army is a Christian organization that gives hope and support to vulnerable people in 400 communities across Canada and in 131 countries. The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.


Victim/Witness Assistance Program

Phone: Toll Free: 1-888-579-2888 Local: 519-524-4085
https://www.ontario.ca/victimservices

The Victim/Witness Assistance Program provides information, assistance and support to victims and witnesses of crime to increase their understanding of, and participation in, the criminal court process.

Services are provided on a priority basis to the most vulnerable victims and witnesses of violent crime, such as domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, homicide and hate crime. Families of traffic fatality victims are also eligible. Services begin once police have laid charges and continue until the court case is over.