End Abuse Now is the website of the Grey Bruce Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee. It provides information, resources and links for all members of the community on abuse and how we can work together to end it. We are always interested in your questions, feedback or ideas on how to make families, relationships and our communities safe and strong. Contact us or look for ways to work within your circle of friends and family to end abuse now.
Community Reponse Protocol: A Coordinated and Collaborative Response to Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in Grey and Bruce
The Community Response Protocol for a Coordinated and Collaborative Response to Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence was launched November 25th at the Plex in Port Elgin.
Counting Women In: A Toolkit for Rural Action on Poverty
This action toolkit includes five strategies to make poverty more visible in rural communities and to build hope for change. Each strategy is accompanied by tools that were developed and piloted in Grey, Bruce, Huron and Perth with women and service providers. The stratagies are: Gather Women and Communities, Getting the Facts - Community Report Cards, Celebrating Women - Community Arts Project, Engaging Municipal Government, and Building Partnerships.
Submitted by GBDVCC on Thu, 2009-08-13 22:57.
The Inclusive Communities Committee, a subcommittee of the Grey Bruce Violence Prevention Coordinating Committee is holding free workshops for agencies and workplaces in the Grey and Bruce to build more inclusive communities and workplaces. To date seven very successful workshops have taken place with community organizations in Grey and Bruce.
Submitted by GBDVCC on Tue, 2009-01-13 21:59.
Final Report: No Wrong Door - Creating a Collaborative Rural Response for Women with Abuse, Mental Health and Addictions Issues
The Mental Health, Addictions and Abuse subcommittee of the GBVPCC has released the final report No Wrong Door - Creating a Collaborative Rural Response for Women with Abuse, Mental Health and Addictions Issues.
This report is the result of a one year research and community development project funded by the Ontario Victim Services Secretariat, Ministry of the Attorney General.
The objectives of the project were:
The outcomes, action items and next steps from the Weaving Our Communities conference that was held in September 2007 are presented in this report.
We will be evaluating community action and plans for action that are underway since the September conference that brought 165 people of all ages and backgrounds together to address racism, discrimination and violence in alls its forms.
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