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Jeunes survivantes à la violence

Centre des femmes de la Basse-Ville, Québec When children who are exposed to domestic violence become adults, they may bring unhealthy behaviours into their own romantic and intimate relationships. This program offers education and support to teens and young adults (age 16 to 25) who have been exposed to spousal or family violence. Through a […]


IMPACT: Our Stories Our Way II

South Asian Women’s Community Centre, Montréal This program provides high-school girls a safe space for sharing experiences of gender-based violence, racism, and mental health challenges. It creates a support network for the girls to build confidence, learn about violence and oppression, as well as to develop creative skills for expressing themselves. Participants learn about storytelling, […]


Girls Speak Out Project (GSOP)

Women’s Multicultural Resource and Counselling Centre, Pickering ON Through education, leadership, and school outreach, this after-school program aims to prevent violence against marginalized and isolated girls. The Girls Speak Out Project will raise awareness about gender-based violence as well as build participants’ skills and knowledge about creating healthy relationships. It will also foster youth empowerment […]


Girls’ Circle

First Stop Woodlawn – YWCA Toronto, Toronto This grant enables an innovative arts-based healing module to be added to an existing discussion program for mothers and children who are dealing with domestic violence. In Healing Journey Through the Arts, a specialized facilitator will lead participants in a one-year project that offers tools and strategies for […]


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