Muskoka Victim Services


NEW!  Additional Support for Victims of Human Trafficking:  

The Victims and Vulnerable Persons Division (VVPD) of the Ministry of the Attorney General (MAG) funds the Victim Quick Response Program (VQRP or the Program) to support victims of violent crimes by providing financial assistance with essential expenses in order to lessen the impact of the crime, enhance safety, and meet practical needs. 

The Victim Quick Response Program Standards for Victims of Human Trafficking (HT) were created in order to address the complexity and multi-faceted needs of HT victims.

For Program Information, please click to view the printable PDF:

Muskoka Victim Services is a non-profit community based organization working in partnership with Police, Fire, Emergency Services and other social service agencies to meet the short term needs of victims of crime, tragic circumstances and loss by providing emotional support, practical assistance and referrals to community resources.

Muskoka Victim Services offers:
1. Immediate on-site support & crisis intervention 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
2. Assessment of victim’s needs and linkages to agencies and resources in the victim’s local community
3. Referral to appropriate programs and services
Muskoka Victim Services is funded by the Ministry of the Attorney General and through private donations.
Referrals are made primarily through Ontario Provincial Police. Muskoka Victim Service accommodates persons with disabilities in a manner that most respects the dignity of the person. Accommodations are individually assessed and made based upon their specific needs. The views and opinions expressed in this website do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the Ontario Government of the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General.

Crisis Assistance Referral Service
On-Site Assistance to Victims of:


  • Assault
  • Sexual Assault
  • Criminal Harassment
  • Abduction
  • Homicide
  • Fraud
Personal/Family Crisis
  • Sudden Death
  • Death Notification
  • Disaster
  • Fire
  • Motor Vehicle Accident/Fatality
  • Medical Crisis
  • Multi-Casualty Disaster
  • Physical or Emotional Abuse
  • Elder Abuse
Property Crime
  • Robbery
  • Vandalism
  • Break and Enter
  • Home Invasion