Amelia Rising is here to help you get the information and tools you need to work through trauma and move toward recovery. Our trauma-informed approach is based on understanding and responding to trauma in a holistic way that considers physical, psychological, and emotional safety to empower and rebuild a feeling of control. We are committed to breaking down barriers that limit access to services, particularly for Indigenous peoples, 2S-LGBTQ+ people, those with disabilities/identify as disabled, and those who live in poverty.
Counselling services are free, confidential and available in French or English to any survivor of sexual or gender-based violence ages 12 and up.
Individual and Group counselling is available over the phone, via Zoom, or in-person on an as-needed basis pending COVID-19.
Crisis counselling and support is available 24/7.
Historical, childhood, domestic, intimate-partner, spousal, sexual, gender-based, online/ digital, and sex trafficking related violence are eligible for counselling services. Violence does not have had to of occurred within the Nipissing District, or recently, so long as the survivor currently resides within the Nipissing District.