National Clearinghouse on Family Violence NCFV

a project of the Public Health Agency of Canada

  • On behalf of the Government of Canada and its Family Violence Initiative (FVI), the Public Health Agency of Canada operates the National Clearinghouse on Family Violence NCFV.
  • The NCFV is Canada’s resource centre for information on violence within relationships of kinship, intimacy, dependency or trust.
  • NCFV resources and services are available free of charge in both English and French.
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Address: National Clearinghouse on Family Violence, Family Violence Prevention Unit, Public Health Agency of Canada, 200 Eglantine Driveway, (Address Locator: 1909D1), 9th Floor, Jeanne Mance Building, Tunney’s Pasture, Ottawa, Ontario  K1A 0K9, Canada;
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About NCFV: The National Clearinghouse on Family Violence (NCFV) is a one-stop source for information on violence and abuse within the family. It operates on behalf of the 15 partner departments, agencies and Crown corporations of the federal Family Violence Initiative.

The NCFV collects, develops and disseminates resources on prevention, protection and treatment. Resources and services are available free of charge, in English and French, in hard copy or online, and in alternative formats upon request.

By increasing awareness, the NCFV encourages Canadian communities to become involved in reducing the occurrence of family violence.

The NCFV does not provide social services, legal advice or counselling support. If you are experiencing abuse or neglect, or know someone who is, please visit our GET HELP page for information on where to seek assistance in your community – such as distress lines, child welfare services, shelters, sexual assault centres, family resource centres and emergency services.

For more information about family violence and the NCFV and/or to obtain publications, please contact us … (full text).

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