Social Enterprise Lead for PATHS One-year contract – full-time position, 37.5 hours per week Click here to read the job description. Interested parties, please apply with your resume and cover letter by September 8, 2020.
Researchers at PATHS and the University of Regina are conducting a survey and telephone interviews with individuals (facilitators, managers, directors, etc.) who work at treatment programs in Saskatchewan for people who have perpetrated domestic violence/intimate partner violence, to learn more about what is presently offered in our province. If you offer treatment for people who […]
The Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan (PATHS), the Saskatchewan SPCA, and STOPS to Violence are pleased to announce the launch of the second-annual Working to End Violence 50/50 Lottery. Tickets prices are 1 ticket for $10, 4 tickets for $20, 25 tickets for $50, or 100 tickets for $100. To purchase […]
The Getting Out Guide will help you identify the signs of an abusive relationship and how to leave a dangerous situation. The Safety Planner offers guidance on what to take with you, where you can go, and who you can contact for help. You can download them at violencelink.ca/go.
International Women’s Day Luncheon Monday, March 9, 2020—11:45 am to 1:30 pm Doors open: 11:45 am Lunch is served: 12:00 pm Presentation: 12:15pm Location: St. Paul’s Cathedral Hall, 1861 McIntyre Street, Regina Tickets are $25 per person. Group purchasing options available. Click here to purchase. Each year, International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate […]
Five current opportunities from PATHS and our partners to participate in anonymous surveys or confidential interviews. Your input helps to improve our knowledge and the work to improve services and end intimate partner violence! 1. Domestic Violence/Abuse and Ownership of Animals—anonymous surveys Who is it for? Everyone! Click the appropriate link below! General public- click […]
The Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative is seeking to speak to survivors of severe domestic violence who are now safe and people who were close to victims of domestic homicide (between 2006- 2016). Specifically, the project seeks participation from four groups: Indigenous, immigrant/refugee, rural/remote, and children exposed to violence. More details are on the poster […]
September 19, 2019: Webinar: Sheltering Animals & Families Together (SAF-T): A Life Saving Initiative for Canada Click here to register. Click here for the Facebook event.
Everyone Wins When Violence Ends You could win cash while supporting PATHS and our partners as we work together to make our province safer for humans and pets! Buy your tickets at: www.violencelink.ca/5050 Draw date: October 1, 2019
The original version of this report was completed in the second year of PATHS’ project Working Together to Build Protective Factors into Workplace Policies and Procedures for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence, funded by Status of Women Canada (a 3-year project, September 2015- September 2018). In the year since the release of the original research […]