In Brief

COVID-19 Commitment

COVID-19: The Schlifer Clinic Support Commitment The mounting number of COVID-19 cases across Canada, and the declaration of a stay-at-home order in Ontario, are alarming for all of us.  As the fear of the spread of the virus threatens to isolate and divide us, it is more important than ever to...

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Resources for Non-Status Women During COVID-19

Updated August 6, 2021COVID-19 Resources for Non-Status Women (See Webinar)   Health (UPDATED with Vaccination Information) Anyone can be tested or treated for COVID-19. You do not need OHIP/Health coverage. UPDATE: Anyone who is 12 and older, has an identity document and proof of residence...

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Criminalization of Women

A disproportionate number of women who were reporting violence against them, found themselves facing criminal charges. The Criminalization of Women Project seeks to reverse this trend. The Criminalization of Women Project was conceived to address the disproportionate impact of the law on women who...

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Client Feedback Form

The Client Feedback form is also available in the following languagesClient Complaint Policy  Policy Statement The Clinic is committed to ensuring that its services are delivered with excellence and from an anti-oppression, feminist perspective. Part of this commitment includes supporting clients...

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#AndMeToo levels the ground for survivors from complex socio-economic backgrounds to voice their concerns and seek advice. With its re-appearance as a hashtag in October 2017, #MeToo encouraged thousands of women around the world to start sharing their experiences of sexual assault and sexual...

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Become a Member

You can be a member if you are:   a present or former client of the Clinic (automatically entitled to be members) a donor a volunteer who has provided at least 10 hours of service to the Clinic within the last fiscal year (April 1 - March 31) a volunteer who has given your time for one of our...

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It’s a clear reversal of Canada’s previous leadership on helping women who face gender persecution around the world. The Schlifer Clinic is concerned that changes to immigration and refugee law in Canada as reflected in Bills C-49 and C-31 will have dire effects for women who are trying to escape...

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Training Opportunities for Service Providers

As part of the Community Leadership in Justice Fellowship of the Law Foundation of Ontario at Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto, Ms. Deepa Mattoo will deliver a series of service-provider trainings. Social service providers are invited to host a free training,...

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