Volunteer at SAVIS

We offer extensive training that will educate and prepare you for working with our agency and supporting the community.

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Men Preventing Violence

Join a network of men who are committed to ending violence against women and children.

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Public Presentations

SAVIS offers different public education workshops to schools, community members, and agencies in Halton.

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Donate Now

Today, you can help local survivors of violence on their journey from crisis to confidence.

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24 Hour Support

Qualified, compassionate volunteers operate SAVIS’ 24 hour support and crisis line. 905-875-1555

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No Names, No Judgement, Just Support

We provide free, confidential, and non-judgemental 24 hour support to all survivors of violence including female-identified, male-identified, and members of the transgender community.  We advocate against violence in the community at large and promote prevention through community education.

905-875-1555

SAVIS of Halton

Thank You to our Supporters
17 Oct

Thank You to our Supporters

Thank you for your support through out the year  
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Sisters in Spirit Vigil
19 Sep

Sisters in Spirit Vigil

Remembering Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Thursday, October 4, 2018 Sheridan College 1430 Trafalgar Rd, Oakville, ON L6H 2L1 (First Entrance going North on Trafalgar, Ceremonial Drive) Al...
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Testimonials

This program has been good for me because it is allowing me to question myself in how I deal with things. The counsellor has been very helpful. It is making things easier for me to accept things ...
Anonymous
Rebecca and SAVIS of Halton has been my primary support.  Navigating through 30+ years of domestic violence & sexual abuse, listening, believing & acknowledging this journey with no ...
Anonymous
With the non-judgmental, 247 support & encouragement of Rebecca & SAVIS  I had the courage to confront my abusive past & all its fears in present day to go on a long nature walk ...
Anonymous
This program has been good for me because it is allowing me to question myself in how I deal with things. The counsellor has been very helpful. It is making things easier for me to accept things ...
Anonymous