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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Located In||Description (Brief)|
|Canadian Centre for Information on Missing Adults, Online Service||Canada||Provides families with practical information to help them cope with the realities arising from having a missing adult: * offer a series of fact sheets that address the issues and processes that need t ... [More]|
|Missing Children Society of Canada||Calgary||* supports all families of missing and abducted children * has an in-house team of former police investigators who work with federal and municipal police departments as well as international police in ... [More]|
|Ontario. Ministry of the Attorney General - Northern Region, Toronto, Family Information Liaison Unit||Toronto||* Provides family members of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) access to confidential, culturally responsive, trauma-informed and victim-centered assistance * Supports families ... [More]|
|Operation Come Home, Ottawa - Gloucester St||Ottawa||Uses a variety of programming designed to assist clients on an individual and personal level. Guides and supports youth based on their dreams, goals, and desires for a better life. “Works” Programs: P ... [More]|
|Service Canada, Canadian Benefit for Parents of Young Victims of Crime||Ottawa||Grant providing assistance to eligible parents who suffer a loss of income taking time away from work * payments are $450 a week, before tax, paid bi-weekly for up to 35 weeks over a period of two yea ... [More]|