The Schlifer Clinic offers legal, counselling and interpretation services to marginalized populations of women who have survived violence. Our experienced lawyers, counsellors and interpreters have years of training, come from a range of backgrounds, and have helped women from many diverse communities in many kinds of situations.

We are here for you when you are ready to talk.


Our Services
Our Work

Founded in 1985, the Clinic has helped more than 80,000 women to live free from violence.

In addition to the direct services provided, the Clinic takes a multi-faceted approach to the eradication of violence against women through its public education, training, community development and its national and international policy and advocacy work.

“Any erosion of access to justice for a
sexual assault victim makes all women
more vulnerable to attack.”

Amanda Dale, former executive director

Not Okay

Not Okay

Not Okay increases individual access to justice for the most marginalized women in Toronto.

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#AndMeToo Project

#AndMeToo levels the ground for survivors from complex backgrounds to seek advice.

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Criminalization of Women Project

Criminalization of Women Project

The Criminalization of Women Project helps women facing criminal charges.

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Annual Tribute

Hosted by Blakes, the Annual Tribute is a truly inspiring evening that brings together an influential and diverse collection of people determined to inspire change.  

Host an Event

Turn an enjoyable social gathering into a fundraiser for a great cause. Organize an event, such as a dinner or a walk, and name the Schlifer Clinic as your charity of choice.


Become a volunteer today. Volunteers are essential to the services and programs the Schlifer Clinic is able to provide each and every day.The commitment and energy of our volunteers directly reflect their determination to help women build lives free of violence.

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