Kingston Interval House graciously accepts donations to support the women and children seeking refuge at KIH.

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KIH accepts volunteers for various roles within the organization: frontline support, child care, public education, administrative duties, Board of Directors’ work, and fundraising.

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The signs that someone is being abused are often difficult to see as much of the abusive actions and behaviours are done out of the view of others.

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Our services remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic with added safety protocols in place to ensure clients and staff remain safe. We follow recommendations from Kingston Public Health and the Ministry of Health and continue to implement changes as necessary.

Kingston Interval House

Working to end violence against women, children, and youth since 1975

Kingston Interval House (KIH) is a local agency in Kingston, Ontario that provides 24-hour safe emergency shelter, community-based counselling services and Second Stage Housing to women, youth and children who have experienced violence.

Since 1975, we have been responding to the needs of abused women and their children, and youth, in our community.

What we know is that violence against women is unrelenting, and with the demand for services growing, the increased complexity of need deepening and finite resources, traditional models of delivering services cannot meet the new reality of what is required.

Women, children, and youth who require our services need change. We are not going to wait for change to come, we will be that change.

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Houses 200 women, children, and youth in the Emergency Shelter.
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Provides counselling and support to 80 children in the community through the Outreach Programs.
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Provides counselling and support to 50 women in the community through the Outreach Programs.
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KIH is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee territory. As settlers to Turtle Island, we’re grateful for the opportunity to live and work here and thank all of the generations of people who have taken care of this land for thousands of years.