Elizabeth Fry Toronto provides a broad range of counselling services to women who are, have been, or are at risk of conflict with the law, both in the community and institutions.
*All our programs provide language interpreters free of cost through the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic
Monday – Friday | 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
All individual services are free of charge.
For general inquiries call 416-924-3708, to access all services
General Counselling Services
Provides one-on-one and group counselling supports and workshops to women in the community dealing with a broad range of social, economic and justice disadvantages. Through these services, women are provided with timely, accurate information pertaining to their legal rights, health and safety and alternatives to at-risk behaviours. Some of the counselling programs include:
- Healing from abuse & trauma
- Immigrant family law
- Anger management
- Theft and fraud
- Domestic/gender-based violence
- Substance use
- Gambling support
Provides one-on-one and group counselling for women on provincial probation and parole. Using a harm reduction framework, clients are provided with the skills and resources necessary to develop alternatives to theft, fraud, substance use behaviours, and poor decision-making.
For more information please contact:
Emily Irwin, Reintegration Counsellor, 416-924-3708 ext 232
TREM (Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model)
Please note the TREM program will be concluding by March 2024. As a result, we are no longer able to accept referrals for this program. Please consider alternative supports offered by our counselling team by calling our reception at 416-924-3708.
TREM Provides trauma informed one-on-one and group counselling and psychoeducational supports for women in the criminal justice system who have experienced gender-based violence, focusing on rebuilding a safe and stable life for women to avoid further conflict with the law.
For intake and assessment please contact:
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