TRCC/MWAR runs a variety of peer support groups throughout the year. Groups are available to those who have experienced sexualized violence, and are looking for support and connection with other survivors.
We run groups for:
- Survivors who have been in conflict with the law
- Survivors from the Latin American Community
- Adult survivors of childhood sexual assault
- Adult survivors of sexual assault(s)
- Young adults
- Survivors of African Ancestry / Black Caribbean or Continental descent.
- Others as they become available.
If you are interested in joining any of our groups, please contact our office at 416-597-1171 to have you name added to our wait list.
Young Survivors Support Group Spring 2020
**Group is now full!** Please contact us to be added to the wait list for the next group.
We would like to welcome all female-identifying, non-binary, and trans youth who are survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence within the South Asian diaspora to join.
The group takes place on Tuesday evenings, 6 – 8pm. Childcare and ASL interpretation available.
For more information please contact . You may be added to the wait list for the next group.
“South Asian” is a broad term that includes folks with heritage in countries including (but not limited to) India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Tibet. We also recognize that throughout history, South Asian families have been relocated across the globe, and we welcome people of Indo-Caribbean, Indo-European, and Indo-African heritage, as well as other South Asian diaspora with roots in places such as Fiji, Mauritius, and Malaysia.