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Guelph Police, Victim Services Awareness Videos

Introducing a series of videos aimed at raising awareness of intimate partner violence, the Guelph Police Service and Victim Services Wellington have collaborated on a significant initiative.

Made possible through a generous Victim Support Grant provided by the Ministry of the Solicitor General, these impactful videos stand as a testament to the dedication of all involved parties.

The Guelph Police Service extends its heartfelt gratitude to the Ministry, Victim Services Wellington, and the Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Care and Treatment Centre at the Guelph General Hospital for their invaluable contributions to this project.

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Our primary objective is to utilize these videos as a continuous means of increasing awareness and ensuring that individuals are aware of the available assistance.

To talk or if you are in need of support, information, options, or medical and emotional support, please reach out to one of the following:

Guelph Police Service non-emergency line
(519) 824-1212 (or 911 in an emergency or to report something in progress)

Victim Services Wellington
(519) 824-1212, ext. 7304

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Care and Treatment Centre at Guelph General Hospital
(519) 837-6440, ext. 2728 (24/7 access available through the Emergency department)

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