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Protection scenarios

If you are considering ending your relationship or leaving the house, here is how to do it. In a domestic violence context, a protection scenario helps women to plan ahead to assure their own and their children’s safety.


  1. Prepare a bag with:
    • The house and car key doubles;
    • Cash;
    • IDs: passports, social insurance cards, birth certificates, health insurance cards (yours and your children’s);
    • Immigration documents, Canadian citizenship cards, Native status card;
    • Your wallet: debit and credit cards, driver’s licence;
    • A change of clothes for you and your children if the case.
  2. Choose a place where you will be safe (friend, family, shelter home, etc.);
  3. Plan the transportation (taxi, friend, etc.);
  4. Choose a trustful person to reach to in case of a need;
  5. Often review and verify your safety plan;
  6. Always remind yourself that your priority is yours and your children’s safety.

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SOS violence conjugale is a free helpline available at 1 800 363-9010.

This helpline is confidential, bilingual and works 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Social workers will put you in touch with the right resources who will listen to you. They will help to make you feel better and answer all your questions. They will also help you find the right temporary shelter for your children and yourself.