Centre d’aide aux victimes d’actes criminels de l’Outaouais (CAVAC)

Description de l'organisme

CAVACs offer front-line services to all victims of crime and their immediate family and to witnesses to a crime. The centres provide assistance regardless of whether the perpetrator of the crime has been identified, apprehended, prosecuted or convicted

Description des services

Services d’intervention psychosociale offerts par des professionnels en intervention tels que criminologues, travailleurs sociaux, sexologues

● CAVACs offer information on the rights crime victims have and the remedies available to them, which encompasses the main stages of the judicial process, the crime victims compensation program, INFOVAC-Plus and any financial assistance measures to which victims may be entitled.  CAVACs assist crime victims in filling out required forms and to enable them to comply with all the formalities associated with their situation.  CAVACs accompany crime victims through their dealings with medical and community resources, and provide sustained support throughout the judicial process as the case proceeds.

To make an appointment, contact CAVAC des Outaouais by phone.

Hull courthouse
17, rue Laurier
Gatineau (Québec)
J8X 4C1
Tel. : 819 776-8111, # 60418

Campbell’s Bay courthouse
30, rue John
Campbell’s Bay (Québec)
J0X 1K0
Tel. : 819 648-2764 | 1 877 648-2764 (toll-free)

Maniwaki courthouse
266, rue Notre-Dame, 1er étage
Maniwaki (Québec)
J9E 2J8
Tel. : 819 449-5168 # 68645

CAVAC travel as required in la Petit-Nation (MRC de Papineau)
To request this service : 1 800 331-2311

● Legal information available on the website.


729, boul. Saint-Joseph, bureau 104
Gatineau (Québec)
J8Y 4B6

Heures d'ouverture : Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Téléphone(s) :
toll-free : 1-800-331-2311

Télécopieur(s) :

Site internet : www.cavac.qc.ca/regions/outaouais | CAVAC : www.cavac.qc.ca