Victim Services of Sarnia Lambton, Inc. is a non-profit community based organization working in co-operation with local emergency service providers and other related community services to meet the short-term needs of victims of crime and tragic circumstances by providing emotional support, practical assistance and referrals to community resources.
How can you help?
Dealing with crisis is something that we all face at some point in our lives. No-one is immune to violence, crime or uncontrollable circumstance. Sudden death, physical abuse, sexual assault, suicide or theft can happen to us/our loved ones at any moment. When it does happen, we can be overwhelmed by shock, grief, sadness, fear, confusion and loss.
- What help is available?
- Will we be left to cope by ourselves?
- Who will help? YOU CAN HELP!
APPLY NOW TO JOIN OUR TEAM. We are currently accepting applications.
Join our Victim Services team and enter into a volunteer experience that will offer you:
- Free crisis response training
- The opportunity to work with some of the most caring people in your community
- Ongoing training opportunities through-out your time with our agency
- The immediate reward of knowing that you helped to make a positive difference in someone’s life
Thank-you to all of our amazing volunteers who donate over 30,000 hours to Victim Services every year. You truly are “People Helping People” and we are proud to have such an incredible TEAM!
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Access to Justice
Download the Access to Justice: Tools of the Trade booklet to increase your ability to access our admittedly complicated justice system. Created by the Commnuity Law School of Sarnia Lambton Inc. and Victim Services of Sarnia-Lambton, Inc.
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NATIONAL VICTIMS OF CRIME AWARENESS WEEK
Registration Now Open for The Aftermath of Murder: Meeting the Unique Needs of Homicide Survivors.
April 10, 2014
Part 1: The Impact of Murder on the Family Unit
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