Program Regional Sexual and Domestic Assault Program, Simcoe County/Muskoka
Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital
170 Colborne Street West
Orillia, Ontario
L3V 2Z3
Location Memorial Ave. and Colborne St. West. Access through Emergency Entrance, Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital
How to Contact Us
Phone   705-325-2201   ext. 3284 
Crisis Line   705-327-9155    
Toll-Free   1-877-377-7438    (705 area code only)
Fax   705-327-9182    
Website   Regional Sexual and Domestic Assault Program    
Our Hours
Emergency Service: 24 hours, 7 days a week through the Emergency Department.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Domestic Violence follow up: By appointment.
Counselling and Domestic Violence nurse followup: By appointment.
Who We See Female and male survivors of a recent domestic assault
  • Females 16 years of age and over who have been physically assaulted by a current or intimate partner within the past 4 days.
Male and female survivors of a recent sexual assault
  • Paediatric Sexual Assault Day Clinic - non-urgent clinic for children under 12 years of age who have disclosed a recent (longer than 72 hours ago) assault.
  • Within 72 hours of a sexual assault for children under 12 years of age.
  • Within one week of a sexual assault for 12 years of age and over.
What We Do Domestic Violence
  • Documentation and photography of injuries.
  • Referral to a shelter/safe place.
  • Referral to counselling and other community services.
  • Risk assessment; safety planning.
  • Treatment of injuries in the Emergency Department.
Paediatric Sexual Assault Day Clinic
  • Appointments arranged through referral to the Clinic 705-325-2201 ext. 0.  Ask for sexual assault/domestic violence nurse on call.
  • Counselling is available for parents, caregivers and children.
  • Referrals must be made by CAS, Police, or Health Care Professional.
Sexual Assault
  • Forensic evidence collection.
  • Physical examination and treatment of injuries.
  • Pregnancy prevention and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Support and crisis intervention.
Physical Access
  • Wheelchair accessible.
  • English.
  • Interpreters available in multiple languages.
Other Information
  • Your choices are respected.
  • Police involvement is not required in order to access our services.
Contact Person Heather Shilling, Program Coordinator

Last update April 24, 2015
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