COVID-19: How Your Support Helps Women and Girls During the Pandemic

ACE

Action Jeunesse de l’Ouest-de-l’Île, Sainte-Geneviève ACE aims to engage and educate young people about healthy relationships through school-based workshops, community events and increased public awareness. The project uses a variety of media to help girls recognize signs of unhealthy relationships and domestic violence, as well as ways to be resilient. Staff maintain strong community partnerships […]

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IMPACT Program: “Our Stories Our Way”

South Asian Women’s Community Centre, Montréal IMPACT provides high-school girls with a safe place to share their experiences of gender-based violence, racism, and mental health struggles. Through 25 one-hour sessions during lunch break, this bilingual program will create a support network for the participants to seek encouragement, gain education on violence and oppression, and develop […]

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Aspire

Anderson House, Charlottetown Using a holistic approach based on the principles of empowerment and strength, this program aims to provide women with the tools and resources needed to break the cycle of violence. Each woman in the program works with a mentor to develop an action plan for improving the quality of her life and […]

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Koo-Ya-Sh-Pee-Meh-Hay-Too-Soo-Wen

Aboriginal People’s Alliance of Northern Ontario, Moosonee and Moose Factory Island Koo-Ya-Sh-Pee-Meh-Hay-Too-Soo-Wen empowers young  Indigenous women through personal, educational, and technical skill development. The program offers a balance of Indigenous and Western resources and teachings to help participants develop skills for healing. Over 12 weeks, 24 sessions will include art therapy to encourage the development […]

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