Harmony House is Ottawa’s only 2nd stage (transitional) shelter.
We bridge the gap between crisis living (in an emergency shelter) and working through trauma to live independently in the community.
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If you are in a life-threatening situation
Preparing to leave a violent situation
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National Truth and Reconciliation Day
National Truth and Reconciliation DayOn this 1st National Truth and Reconciliation Day, we honor our Indigenous brothers and sisters and take some time to reflect on the atrocities they endured and how we can move forward together. To learn more, please visit the following links:
Truth and Reconciliation Commission – learn the 94 calls to action!
Assembly of Seven Generations – a local organization that informs, promotes and organizes many of the Indigenous activities, rallies and protests.
A sister organization that helps Indigenous women and children who are victims of violence.
Harmony House receives donation of technology and cash to help female survivors and their families of violence during COVID-19
April 1, 2021. OTTAWA – This March, Nokia’s StrongHer Canada’s International Women’s Day #ChooseToChallenge Fundraising Campaign raised over $15,000 to support …
What’s To Be Done About Domestic Violence?
March 8, 2021
OTTAWA-Throughout this pandemic, domestic violence has doubled or even tripled.
With the added high stress, job losses, and loss of community supports, those who work
in the Violence Against Women …
For those of you on our mailing list, we were so pleased to be able to send you our most recent letter partially written by a young man named Ozzy who lived here for several years as a youth. If …