The assistance centres for victims of crime, known as CAVACs, are there to help you overcome the physical, mental and social consequences of crime.
The professional services they provide are confidential
and free of charge -- feel free to contact them!

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2016 Victims and Survivors of Crime Week

For the 2016 Victims and Survivors of Crime Week, the Montréal CAVAC has produced 2 video clips based on the Week's theme, "The Power of Our Voices". The clips answer some of the questions commonly asked about victims.

The first video clip illustrates the typical reaction of victims and their family members following a crime. The second emphasises Québec's extensive network of assistance organizations.

For more information, contact us.

We hope you enjoy the clips!


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About the BAVAC

The crime victims assistance office, or BAVAC (Bureau d'aide aux victimes d'actes criminels) is affiliated with the Ministère de la Justice and was created by the Act respecting assistance for victims of crime enacted in 1988.

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