ABOUT PROJECT RECOVER

Financial fraud and identity theft is a major component in a survivor’s exploitation. Project Recover, a corporation incorporated under the “Canada Not For Profit Corporation Act" is a volunteer initiative of financial service industry executives, provides support to survivors and advocates on their behalf with creditors. There are no fees for our support.

Since November 2019, we have successfully worked with Canadian creditors on behalf of survivors through a feminist centred approach that ensures they are not re-victimized.

Become a Member

Membership in Project Recover is free, but is NOT a requirement for our support of survivors or advocacy agencies. Individuals requesting membership in Project Recover must meet one of the two requirements as stated in the above Membership Guidelines.

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OUR PROCESS

Our process is outlined in the brochure above. Please review prior to completing the intake form.

 

Membership in Project Recover is NOT a requirement for our support of survivors or advocacy agencies.

 

If you are a survivor we recommend completing these documents with your advocacy agency. All that is required is answering a few questions. Survivor advocates should be able to answer most of the questions. If you are a survivor and currently do not have an advocacy agency, we can refer you to approved advocacy agencies. Please call us at 416-302-2368

To create the documents online that we need, click on the button below.

Alternatively, you can download the documents here and complete them.

**Please Note – All documents MUST be signed by the Survivor and a witness ** Once they are completed, email them to us at rdunwoody@projectrecover.ca and we will arrange a call with both the survivor and their counsellor.

OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

Project Recover is a volunteer initiative that is governed by an oversight committee

The Oversight Committee is comprised of Financial Service Industry Executives, Human Trafficking Advocacy Agencies and Canadian Business Leaders.

The Oversight Committee sets policy and procedures on the activities of Project Recover.