Pandemic impacts: Supports for Sexual Violence Survivors

Survivors of gender-based violence in Ontario typically access more than one service, with 39% using between five to seven services (Source: Ministry of Community Social Services Client Satisfaction Survey).

In the pandemic years, systems meant to help survivors of sexual violence have become harder to navigate. Learn more through our infographic: 



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