Call your local police if the situation is not an emergency but you suspect it might be against the law. Ask to speak to someone who has been trained in senior abuse, or domestic/family violence. 

A list of local police detachments can be found here.

Yukon Health and Social Services


Seniors' Services/Adult Protection Unit

(867) 456-3946
Toll-free 1-800-661-0408 (ext. 3946)

Victim Services/Family Violence Prevention Unit

(867) 667-8500
Toll-free 1-800-661-0408 (ext. 8500)

Victim Link

(24-hour crisis line) 1-800-563-0808

Yukon Human Rights Commission

Phone: 867-667-6226
Toll Free: 1-800-661-0535

Alcohol and Drug Services 
Phone: 867-667-5777                
Toll free1-800-661-0408 ext 5777

Hospice Yukon Society
Hospice Yukon provides programs and services that can help you to better understand the profound journey of living, dying and grieving and help you to better support yourself and others.

Phone: 867-677-7429  

Second Opinion Society

Second Opinion Society (SOS) is a safe, accessible, non-judgmental, support & resource community, which offers an alternative and holistic approach and services to endorse mental, emotional, physical, physical and spiritual wellness. We promote choices through education, advocacy and support.
Phone: 867-667-2037
Email address: 

Victoria Faulkner Women's Centre

The Women's Centre is a safe and respectful space where women connect with each other, access support and services and work together to create positive change for women and the community. We are committed to promoting women's equality and well-being. We do so by raising awareness, educating, networking and collaborating with Government and Non-Government Organizations.
Phone: 867-667-2993
Email address: 

Salvation Army Shelter

Phone: 867-393-8322

Kaushee's Place Women's Centre Crisis Line (24 hours)
Phone: 867-668-5733  (collect if necessary)

Kaushee's Place offers

  • A free safe shelter
  • Beds for women and their children
  • All meals
  • Experienced staff 24 hours a day
  • A large wheelchair accessible house


Kaushee’s Place is free of charge, and women of all ages and their kids can stay for up to 30 days. We have a shared kitchen and living room, nine bedrooms and a playroom. Kaushee’s Place staff can assist women and help them find the community resources they need.


Kwanlin Dun Health Services
The KDFN Health Centre is the only First Nation-operated Health Centre north of the 60th parallel. The Health Centre is also unique in its integration of programming that forms a continuous stream from pre-birth to death. We have four counsellors providing services to children, youth, adults, couples, families, and elders. Counselling is free and confidential. You can come in by yourself, or bring a family member or a friend.
Phone: 867-668-7289
Email address:

Mental Health Services Whitehorse

Phone: 867-667-8346



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