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We are here for you! Our staff are working from home to support women in our community! Call us if you need support!

A Safe Inclusive Space

Rainbow Flag for 2SLGBTQ+ CommunityVoices for Women is a safe space servicing Women (self-identified) and individuals of the 2SLGBTQ+ and BIPOC population. Our trained staff are knowledgeable and understanding of the diversity in culture, genders and the fluidity of sexual orientations. Wherever you are on your journey, we accept you as you are. This is a safe space.

First Nations Medicine WheelAs a result of colonization, Indigenous women have the highest risk of experiencing any form of sexual violence compared to other groups of women. This is why Voices for Women acknowledges that services for Indigenous women need to be culturally safe. All the staff undergo Indigenous Cultural Training to ensure adequate service delivery to the diverse cultures within the community of Sudbury and surrounding areas.

Voices for Women

Voices for Women is a free, community based, service for women (self-identified) who have experienced sexual violence. Sexual assaults are violent crimes that are rooted in power and control.  By providing survivors with a safe space and unconditional support; we empower them to regain a sense of personal power, and recognize their own self-worth as they embark on their healing journey. Voices for Women provides services in person, as well as virtually, to ensure all survivors have access to services, including those living in remote or rural communities.

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If you looking for services in French, please contact Centre Victoria pour Femmes at 705-670-2517 or visit

You Are Not Alone

It is our hope that this site will support you, in some way, throughout your healing journey. The events that have touched your life are emotional, and can be confusing and painful. You may feel very isolated and alone but there are agencies and organizations ready and able to help you. Make an initial contact. We will not judge you and your information will remain confidential.

Remember, You are not Alone!

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Get Involved

We believe that one of our greatest strengths in our community is our wonderful volunteers. Whether it is a one-time event volunteer or a committed long term volunteer - our volunteers make a difference in our community.

Attend one of our events or become a Volunteer!

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A Note Regarding COVID-19

Your well-being is important to us, therefore we continue to follow Covid-19 precautionary recommendations. If you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19, please stay home.

Voices for Women cares about Accessibility

If you would like any information from our website provided to you in a format more appropriate to your needs, please call us at: 705-671-5495 or email us at

24/7 Helplines

Sudbury Crisis Service: 705.675.4760 or Toll free 1.877.841.1101
Talk 4 Healing: 1.855.554.HEAL
Assaulted Women’s Helpline:  
Ligne Fem’aide: 1.877.336.2433
ATS: 1.866.860.7082



Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that where we live, work, support, heal, and gather within the ancestral, traditional and unceded territory of the Atikameksheng Anishinaabek and the Wahnapitae First Nation, in the Robinson Huron Treaty territory. We recognize and honour them as the original caretakers of this land. May we continue this journey of reconciliation, growth, learning, and healing together.


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Contact Us

127 Cedar Street 7th floor
Sudbury, ON P3E 1A9
Telephone: 1 705-671-5495