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The Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative with Vulnerable Populations (CDHPIVP) has published its second Domestic Homicide Brief in the series. The Domestic Violence Risk Assessment: Informing Safety Planning & Risk Management Brief describes domestic violence risk assessment and how it informs risk management with offenders and safety planning with victims/survivors. Please share with your networks […]
1-855-242-3310 Effective September 21, 2016, First Nations and Inuit young people and adults experiencing distress can reach experienced crisis intervention counsellors by calling the toll free number 1-855-242-3310. The purpose of the Help Line is to provide immediate, culturally competent telephone-based crisis intervention counselling and support on a twenty four hour/seven day a week basis. […]
Join the party! Reconnect with old friends and colleagues and share your memories and photos of our first 40 years. See you there! Nibble on delicious hors d’ oeuvres. Mingle and catch up with old friends and colleagues. Later in the evening dance to the music of The Bromantics. Friday May 13 2016 7:00 PM […]
University of Regina researchers are looking for participants to help test the effectiveness of treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Eligible persons will receive one of the following: · 12-weeks of prolonged exposure therapy, · 12 weeks of aerobic exercise with a personal trainer, OR · A combination of the two All services are free of charge […]
Visit the new Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative (CDHPI) at cdhpi.ca for many useful resources on the topic of domestic violence and homicide. The website is dedicated to bringing researchers and practitioners together to share knowledge that can inform promising practices in the prevention of domestic homicide. The Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative with Vulnerable Populations (CDHPIVP) is […]
A student at Osgoode Hall Law School is working on legal research on whether common civil law remedies adequately address complainants’ motivations for seeking claims in instances of sexual assault. To conduct this research, she is currently seeking survivors of sexual assault to fill in a short survey about their motivation for either using or not using Canada’s […]
Regina Transition House is searching for former Board and Staff members for an upcoming reunion on May 13th! If you have worked with the organization over the past 40 years, please get in touch with them. All contact information is available here: reginatransitionhouse.ca/contact Please share and pass on to all Regina Transition House alumni!
Read this story from Global News, February 16th, 2016, on the increased risk that rural women face when it comes to domestic violence. PATHS’ Jo-Anne Dusel was interviewed for this story. globalnews.ca/news/2520345/rural-small-town-women-nearly-twice-as-likely-to-be-assaulted-by-their-partners-statcan/
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