Court Support

Mosaic offers a service to people working with the Department of Justice.

People who visit our office at the court may expect the following services:

  • Crisis counselling
  • Education and information on domestic violence and abuse
  • Referrals to other service providers, as needed
  • Information on Sexual and Reproductive Health, HIV, and where to access these services
  • Legal and human rights education
  • Working with offenders
  • Research on DVA implementation
  • Assistance with the completion of Application forms for Protection Orders (defined below)
  • Assistance with writing affidavits for traumatized applicants

Apply for a Protection OrderWhat is a Protection Order?

A protection order is a legal document that specifies the conditions that an abuser must adhere to, as specified by the courts. For example, the abuser:

  • Should not commit any act of domestic abuse.
  • Should pay you rent, mortgage, or other monies, such as child support.
  • Should hand over firearms or dangerous weapons to the police.

Before obtaining a protection order, you need to apply for an interim protection order. To do this, you need to apply to the court. The interim order specifies the date at which the final order will be considered. And once the final order is made, it is permanent and can only be changed by applying to the courts.:

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