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At Naomi Society, we know that family and intimate partner violence is impacting our communities. Naomi Society is here to provide support for individuals who experience family and intimate partner violence.

Naomi Society offers a warm and friendly approach where services are free and confidential. Naomi Society offers direct services to both women and children and will provide referral services for men. If you or someone you know needs a supportive, non-judgmental, safe environment to discuss your situation, please call or drop in to the Naomi Society. You are not alone. We're here to help you, to help yourself stay SAFE.


Finding the right information can really help decide what the next course of action should be. Please take a look at some of the helpful tools we have assembed below and under 'Resources' on our main menu.

Angels without wings...

If I could sing a song about the compassion, understanding, caring-helpful way that Naomi Society has helped me and my family - it would be sung from the skies above for all the world to hear. I can't thank you enough for being there for us. When I thought I would walk this path alone, you were there every step of the way.

- Naomi Society Client

Neighbours, Friends & Families

This is a campaign to raise awareness of the signs of woman abuse so that those close to an at-risk woman or an abusive man can help. If you, your neighbourhood, organization or workplace would like a presentation on Neighbours, Friends & Families please contact the Naomi Society

Shelters in Nova Scotia

Transition House Association of Nova Scotia Map

You can click the map to the right to view THANS' Find a Shelter Tool.

Please remember...

If you are in danger, call 911.

Declaration of Rights

  • I am not the cause of my abuser's violent behavior.
  • I have the right to feel safe.
  • I have the right not to be hit.
  • I do not like or want to be abused. I do not have to take it.
  • I have the right to say "no".
  • I have the right to be treated with respect.
  • I am an important human being.
  • I am a worthwhile woman.
  • I have the right to raise my children in safety.
  • I do have power over my own life.
  • I can use my power to take good care of myself.
  • I can decide for myself what is best for me.
  • I have the right to be believed and valued.
  • I can make changes in my life if I want to.
  • I have the right to live in peace.
  • I am not alone. I can ask for others help.
  • I have the right to end the violence.
  • Not to be abused.
  • I have the right to freedom from fear of abuse.
  • I have the right to request and expect assistance from the police and social agencies.
  • I have the right to leave an abusive environment.
  • I have the right to privacy.
  • I have the right to legally prosecute my abusing spouse.
  • I have the right not to be perfect.