If you have been the victim or survivor of a crime or traumatic event, support is available.
The Crime and Trauma-Informed Support Services (CTSS) Unit provides timely assistance to individuals, families, and communities who have been impacted by crime and traumatic events.
After a major incident, whether recent or historical in nature, CTSS is here to help.
The CTSS unit has staff specializing in the following areas:
- Indigenous communities
- Diverse communities
- Sexual assault
- Children/youth and trauma
- Grief and loss
- Trauma-related addictions
Court Orientation and Support
CTSS will work with you to answer questions about court proceedings, update you on the status of your court case, accompany you to court if you require, and provide emotional support.
If you would like assistance preparing for court or court accompaniment, contact the CTSS office:
CTSS is committed to providing trauma-informed and client-centered services. Your feedback is important to EPS and can contribute to the improvement of CTSS.
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