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Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program (DVSARP) at Quinte Health

DVSARP logoDVSARP is a team of specially trained nurses that responds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to all four Quinte Health hospital sites in Belleville, Trenton, North Hastings and Picton. We work closely with our community partners to increase awareness and provide information about sexual assault and domestic violence.

Our team is sensitive and supportive while offering comprehensive acute health care to victims of violence and their families by:

  • Assess for STIs, HIV risk, pregnancy and offer prophylactic medications
  • Medical Follow up care
  • Non-acute Pediatric Sexual Assault clinic
  • Document injuries on health record
  • Photograph injuries
  • Facilitate communication between Police/ Children’s Aid Society* when applicable
  • Offer, Collect and store Sexual Assault evidence kit
  • Anonymous third party reporting
  • Community referrals
  • Transportation assistance where appropriate

Remember: It is YOUR choice. You may decide to use any or all of our services. We are here to help you understand your options and support YOUR decisions

You can refer a patient to our program at any time, even if the violence was in the past. We can make sure that she or he has the information in the community to be linked up to the appropriate services.

Consultation Form

Pediatric Referral Form

Contact Us:

Program Manager: Heather Leonard 613-392-2540 ext 5490 - 

Nurse Program Coordinator: Rachael Fraser 613-969-7400 ext 5025,

Follow-up Nurse: Anne Marie Maloney 613-969-7400 ext 5024,

If you or someone you know is requiring immediate treatment, please present to any Quinte Health Emergency Department.

More information:

Human Trafficking Hotline
Offers educational resources as well as information on support services and tip line 1(833)900-1010


Counseling/ Support

Education/ Resources

*The legislation under the Child and Family Services Act states that each professional with a suspicion of assault/ abuse, witnessing violence or neglect of a child under the age of 16 has a duty to report to Children's Aid Society directly.