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Learn about the programs available for children who have experienced violence or abuse.
Information on compensation for victims for reasonable expenses resulting from criminal acts of personal violence, such as physical and/or sexual assault, murder, robbery and kidnapping.
Here you will find information on programs specifically designed to help aboriginal victims of crime and their families.
Learn about specialized programs available for victims of intimate partner violence.
Programs and services to assist victims of crime.
Here you will find information on programs that help victims of interpersonal violence and abuse - something which occurs between people who know each other, including family.
Victims of crime have rights to information, protection, participation and restitution.
Find information on testifying in court as a victim or witness of crime.
Learn how to complete victim impact, restitution, and community impact statements.
Information on how you can help stop interpersonal violence, whether it is sexual violence, physical violence, or other abuse.
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