Providing Emergency Shelter and services to abused women and
their children in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties since 1983.
Three Oaks Foundation provides an Emergency Shelter with 16 beds for stay up to 6 weeks for women and their children who have experienced domestic violence. The Emergency Shelter, which is located in Belleville, ON is staffed 24/7, 365 days a year offering crisis support services.
Women receive information on rights, options, and available services during their stay. Residents receive assistance with safety planning and referrals to agencies and supports in the community. All services are free and confidential.
Are you in an abusive relationship
and require safe shelter?
ShelterSafe.ca offers a clickable map
for you to locate a shelter near you.
To help women feel more comfortable and let them know what to expect, we have provided a video of the rooms they may find at the shelter.
What To Bring with you
to The Emergency Shelter
Identification & Cards
Identification and cards include birth certificates, SIN cards, passport, health cards, and driver’s license and financial cards.
Important documents may include marriage, divorce or custody papers, immigration papers, court orders, and mortgage or lease papers.
Ensure you bring all necessary medication with you. If you are unable to access your medication having a list of your medication will be beneficial.
Personal belongings that have importance to you and your accompanying children are essential items such as photographs or items of sentimental value.