Interval House of Hamilton opened its doors in 1986 as a non-profit shelter serving women, 16 years and older, with or without children who were fleeing relationship violence/abuse. We offer an array of counselling and legal advocacy services. Today, in addition, to the emergency shelter program, we now have three community-based programs that provide counselling, peer support, legal advocacy, and system navigation. We are committed to a gender intersectional and inclusive evidence-based analysis. We believe in including the voices and experiences of the women we serve, the community and our stakeholders in how we design, improve and deliver services and advocacy.
We operate the following programs:
- Interval House (Hamilton) Emergency Shelter
- Women Centre of Hamilton
- Flamborough Women's Resource Centre
- Jared's Place: Legal Advocacy and Resource Centre for Women
- MentorAction: Be More Than A Bystander
Interval House of Hamilton is funded partially through the Ontario Ministry of Community, Children and Social Services, Ontario Women's Directorate, City of Hamilton, Hamilton Community Foundation grants, other grants, events, and private donations.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on this website or in social media do not necessarily reflect those of our funders or grantees. The views and opinions express the values, mission of Interval House of Hamilton only.
Note: Interval House of Hamilton does not do door-to-door solicitation. If someone representing Interval House of Hamilton is soliciting money at your door, please know they are not collecting money for our organization. It is suggested that you make a report to the Hamilton Police Services.