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

“It’s All About Us”

North Hastings Community Integration Association, Bancroft This program engages and educates young women with the goal of violence prevention. The eight-week group sessions will be facilitated to support marginalized women, especially those with disabilities and/or who are living in a rural area. To increase accessibility, transportation to and from the program will be available to […]


Rural Education and Leadership Program for GSAs (R.E.A.L. Program)

The Youth Project, Halifax The R.E.A.L. program will engage students who are involved in Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs) in five rural areas across the province, helping them develop leadership skills and educate their school communities. Creating confident GSA students and a more educated and welcoming community will reduce violence. By providing support, the project builds resilience […]


Beyond Trauma Program Delivery

Elizabeth Fry Society Mainland Nova Scotia, Dartmouth Through its work with women, the Elizabeth Fry Society of Mainland Nova Scotia has observed that many clients struggle with PTSD, substance abuse, and self-harm, often related to experiences of violence, including childhood physical or sexual abuse. This project provides tangible support to women who are marginalized and […]


Building Capacity and Support Groups for Healing from Trauma in South Slave Region

Kátl’odeeche First Nation, Hay River This project will establish a culturally safe group for women in the Kátł’odeeche First Nation community, where participants can build on their strengths, and heal from trauma and addiction. It will include a series of workshops for women who have experienced violence and trauma, based on a culturally adapted version […]


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