Women and girls from remote or marginalized communities are recruited to the cities and found in bus stops, shopping malls etc.
Vulnerable girls and women are lured through social media, dating website, chat lines, Back and Craigs
Leonard's Community Services - Brantford Fairview Drive: 24 Hour Mental Health Crisis Line: 519-759-7188 or toll free: 1-866-811-7188 Walk-In Service 7 Days a Week, 365 Days a Year, am – pm 225 Fairview Drive Health Crisis Line which is linked with the Crisis Team and they can be reached at 613-722-6914 or 1-866-996-0991 Centre for Ottawa: Phone: 613-238-3311 https:// Crisis Outreach and Support Team (COAST): Phone: 519-973-4409 (Monday to Friday 8am to 10pm) [email protected] Distress Centre of Peterborough: PO Box 1535 Peterborough On K9J 7H7 Phone: 705-745-2273 Email for general questions (not for crisis because it is not checked regularly): [email protected] Heath Care Centre- Sexual Assault Domestic Violence Program: Regional Health Centre, Emergency Department- 1 Hospital Drive, Peterborough Phone: 705-743-4132 or toll free 1-800-419-3111 (No TTY) 24hr response only for medical (physical) response to sexual assault, domestic violence, and pediatric sexual assault. Ross Memorial Hospital 10 Angeline Street North Lindsay, Ontario K9V 4M8 Phone: (705) 328-6064, Fax: (705) 328-6065 Women’s Resources: Services include: 24hr support line, emergency shelter, resources, & counselling 24 hr crisis support line 705-878-3662 and toll free: 1-800-565-5350 Distress Centre Durham Crisis Line- Available 24 hours & 7 days per week: Phone: 905-430-2522 and Toll-Free: 1-800-452-0688 Mental Health Service (DMHS)- 24 hours & 7 days per week: Crisis service, crisis beds, mental health beds, mobile crisis team TTY: 1-866-620-3490 Phone: 905-666-0483 and Toll-Free: 1-800-742-1890 519 Brock St.
Timmins 9-1-1 or 705.264.1201 Timmins District Hospital Mental Health Services – Crisis Intervention: 700 Ross Ave.Timmins Phone: 705-267-2131 OPP Northwest Region: Phone:1-888-310-1122 CMHA Crisis Response Services: Thunder Bay- Phone: 807-346-8282 TTY and District of Thunder Bay- Phone Toll Free: 1-888-269-3100 911 for immediate emergency services or 211: Dial 2-1-1, Toll Free: 1-866-624-1729 and TTY: 1.888.622.4651 for referral to most appropriate crisis service : You must let your phone company (e.g., Telus, Rogers, Bell, etc.) know you want to register for the Text 911 service (you have to ask to be added to the Text 911 service list) as soon as possible, in order to use this service if a crisis happens in the future.• The RCMP estimates that 600 to 800 people are trafficked into Canada annually year, and another 1500 to 2200 persons are trafficked through Canada to the United States annually.90% of Canada’s trafficking cases involve domestic human trafficking and less than 10% involve people being brought into Canada.The world average for the ratio of males/females is 1.01, which means there are 1.01 males for every female (more males than females).
For example, The World Factbook in 2001 reported Switzerland's sex ratio at birth as 1.05, Similar differences between estimates by "The World Factbook" and census numbers from birth records are known for Sweden, Norway, Ireland, India and Japan. 1.1, means there are 1.1 males for every 1 female (more males than females). 0.8, means there are 0.8 males for every 1 female (more females than males).Phone: 705-745-6484 or Toll-free: 866-995-9933 Email: [email protected](For Deaf and hard of hearing- not a crisis response but checked daily) Services include telephone response and mobile crisis team Ross Memorial Hospital, Kawartha Lakes: There is a mental health crisis triage nurse in the Emergency Dept. Alternatively, if an individual prefers to seek immediate help in person, they can go to the Belleville General Hospital emergency room: Belleville General Hospital 265 Dundas Street East Belleville, ON, K8N 5A9 Phone: (613) 969-7400 Fax: (613) 968-8234 Intervention Centre (located at Belleville General Hospital): 613-969-5511, ext. PGID=24 Addiction & Mental Health Services- Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington: Crisis Line- Kingston: 613-544-4229 and toll free 1-866-616-6005 Crisis Line- Napanee: 613-354-7388 and toll free 1-800-267-7877 Walk in Services: 385 Princess Street Kingston ON K7L 1B9 70 Dundas Street East Napanee ON K7R 1H9 During Mental Health Crisis, there are walk-ins, a client could go to: Kingston General Hospital Emergency Department: Hotel Dieu- Emergency Psychiatry: Hotel Dieu Adult Mental Health: Telephone Aid Line Kingston: Phone: 613 544-1771 (7pm – 3am everyday) Sexual Assault Kingston: 24-hour Crisis Support Line: 613-544-6424 & toll free 1-877-544-6424 Sexual Assault and Family Violence (located at Kingston General Hospital): Reach Out: Confidential 24/7 information support and crisis services for people living with mental health and addictions concerns in Elgin, Oxford, Middlesex and London (access to web chat) Phone: 519-433-2023 Toll Free number: 1-866-933-2023 Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Centre- Walk in: 648 Huron Street, London Open 24/7 for crisis assessment and support for 16 adults Crisis Intervention: North Bay Regional Health Centre 50 College Drive, North Bay 705.495.8198 North Bay City Police: 235 Princess St. North Bay 9-1-1 or 705.497.5589 OPP North Bay Detachment North East Region: 867 Gormanville Road North Bay 9-1-1 or 888-310-1122 Northeast Mental Health Centre: 680 Kirkwood Drive Sudbury 705-675-5900 Crisis intervention Services: 705-675-4760 (24-hour hotline—365 days/year) Downtown location: 127 Cedar St.Sudbury Sudbury Regional Hospital: 41 Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury 705.675.4760 https:// Greater Sudbury Police: 9-1-1 or 705-675-9171 OPP: Northwest Region 1.888.310.1122 OPP Sudbury: 705-564-6900 Timmins Police Services: 185 Spruce St. It shows the male to female sex ratio as estimated by the United States' Central Intelligence Agency.However, there are differences between the estimates by The World Factbook and numbers reported by the census offices of respective countries.Distress Centres/Crisis Lines in Ontario: If you are facing Mental Health Emergency, you can contact 911 or go to your nearest hospital.