Becoming a Volunteer

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Become a volunteer for VCARSThe Role of a Crisis Support Volunteer

The primary role of Victim Services volunteers is to provide immediate crisis support to victims of crime, tragedy or disaster. This includes short-term emotional support, practical assistance and referrals to community partners. Services can be provided directly on site or by telephone.

Who can request VQRP service?

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VQRP - ServicesA victim who has suffered emotional and/or physical harm is eligible for these services if he or she has reported a violent Criminal Code offence to a:

What is the Victim Quick Response Program (VQRP)

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Victim Quick Response Program

Victims of violent crime need effective and compassionate support in the immediate aftermath of a crime.

How does the VQRP work?

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Victim Quick ResponseThese services are quick and easy to access. Once victims are connected to the designated agency in their community, they receive the help they need to access the services. The services must be requested no later than 14 days after the crime is reported. 

Who is a victim?

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Who is a victim

Find out the definition of a victim and the impact of being victimized.

Victims Bill of Rights

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An Act Respecting Victims of Crime

Signs of Victimization

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Signs of VictimizationAdult Common Psychological Or Emotional Symptoms and The Additional Reactions of Children Or Adolescents

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We offer services from two locations:

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If this is an emergency, please contact 
1-877-264-4208  or  call 9-1-1


185 Spruce Street South
Timmins Police Station
Timmins, ON
P4N 2M7

(705) 360-8700

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