• Brampton Office

    The Honourable William G. Davis Centre for Families
    60 West Drive, Suite 201, Brampton, ON L6T 3T6

    • 905.450.1608
    • info@cfspd.com
    • Clinic Hours, Thurs. 12:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
  • Mississauga Office

    2227 South Millway
    Unit 202, Mississauga, ON L5L 3R6

    • 905.897.1644
    • info@cfspd.com
    • Clinic Hours, Tues. 12:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
  • Orangeville Office

    Dufferin Child and Family Services
    655 Riddell Road, Orangeville, ON, L9W 4Z5

    • 905.450.1608
    • info@cfspd.com
  • Caledon Office

    18 King Street East, Unit D8,
    Bolton, ON L7E 1E8

    • 905.450.1608
    • info@cfspd.com

Partner Assault Response (PAR)

All PAR groups have resumed online. If you have completed an intake and were supposed to start group anytime between March 18 and August 31, 2020, please contact our office at 905-450-1608 Ext 160 to receive a new start date.

The Partner Assault Response (PAR) program is a Domestic Violence Court initiative that delivers a specialized community-based group education/counselling program to clients who have been mandated by the court to attend the PAR program in response to a criminal charge involving domestic violence. The program is funded by the Ministry of the Attorney General’s Ontario Victim Services.

To learn more about how to register, to join a group or to make a referral call the Central Intake Line: 905.450.1608 X 112

Le programme d’Intervention aupres des partenaires Violents (IPV) est une initiative des tribunaux spécialisé en matière de violence familiale.  Ce programme offre l’éducation et des services communautaire de counseling en group aux contrevenants. IPV est mandatés par le tribunal en réponse à une accusation criminelle de violence familiale. Le programme est financé par Services aux victimes – Ontario du Ministère de la Procureure gènèrale,

Services en Français:
Si vous désire du service en français veiller nous contacter au 905-450-1608 Ext. 169

Program Details:

  • Groups run for 12 sessions, 2 hour duration.
  • Co-facilitated by an experienced team of facilitators.
  • PAR is offered to both men and women in a group format.

PAR Groups:

PAR offers men and women who have used violence in their intimate relationships the opportunity to explore their beliefs towards intimate relationships and enhance the skills required for safe and supportive relationships. The PAR Program aims to enhance victim safety and hold offenders accountable for their behaviour.

 PAR Fees:

There is a standard fee for service. Subsidies are available for people with financial constraints and are determined based on eligibility . Supporting documentation is required.

Our multicultural PAR groups are facilitated in English. Participants have the opportunity to obtain a language interpreter at no cost if they are more comfortable in another language.

Our South Asian PAR:

The South Asian PAR group is a specialized group that is facilitated in Punjabi and addresses issues that often arise within South Asian families.

Registration and Assessment:

Clients will need to attend an intake session to assess for suitability. During the intake, we will gather information about your situation and assess any needs. Clients will also be provided with more detailed information about the program. Clients must complete an intake session before being accepted into the program.

Registration/ Walk-in Day:
Location: Brampton – 60 West Drive, suite 201
Date: Mondays (except holidays)
Time: 9 am – 7 pm

Although we normally take registrations until 7:00 pm, there are times when we may close earlier because we have reached our capacity for the day.  Please call us before you come in to ensure that we are able to accommodate you.

No appointment necessary.

Please bring court/probation orders with you.

Service is first come, first serve.

Registration may take up to 2 hours.

Partner Contact:

Partner Contact is apart of the Partner Assault Response (PAR) Program. When an individual enrolls in the PAR program, Client Support Workers will contact the past and/or current partner of the client to offer support, information and referrals to community resources. Partner Contact can help clients:

  • Understand the dynamics of abuse
  • Develop a safety plan
  • Find counselling services within and/or outside our agency
  • To understand risk factors in their relationship

For more information please contact the Partner Contact line: 905.450-1608 Ext. 165.