North Grenville Community Response Program
The goal of North Grenville Community Response Program (NGCRP) is to meet the core needs of victims and survivors in their community, decrease isolation, increase safety, assist with community connections and provide opportunities for healing.
Services are available for all residents of North Grenville. You do not need to be a victim of crime in order to access support and resources. Some resources are only for specific victims (such as human trafficking resources through VQRP+) but the service itself is open to everyone.
Services are delivered through in person or on-scene response, telephone, text, email and when needed, video technology. Traditional mail is also used to send resources to individuals who do not wish to meet but do wish to access our printed documents. There is no cost for services or resources. Due to the current issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, in person responses are reserved to emergency requests from police until the end of emergency measures in Ontario.
Collette is the North Grenville Community Coordinator, and she is taking clients right now. She works Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9am-5pm. Folks can reach out any time and another staff will assist if they are seeking information or assistance when Collette is off.
For further information or to inquire about services, you can use the contact form on this page or contact Collette via email – firstname.lastname@example.org or phone – 613-803-7597