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Red Road to Healing

North Point Douglas Women’s Centre, Winnipeg Designed by an Anishinaabe woman from Winnipeg, this program centres on Indigenous teaching and ceremonies to facilitate healing for women who have experienced domestic violence. The program will be introduced to women in the community three times over the year, and will mentor community facilitators in its delivery. Women […]


Up Standers Against Violence Program

Surpassing Our Survival (S.O.S.) Society Sexual Violence and Prevention and Counselling Services, Prince George Up Standers Against Violence is a school-based program that focuses on girls, sexual violence, bullying, and healthy relationships. The program empowers young women with the skills to reduce their risk of violence, as well as to develop leadership experience. While the […]


The ?a?jim Program

Tla’Amin Health, Powell River ?a?jim (Young Women) is a violence-prevention program that engages teens who identify as girls, aiming to strengthen their sense of identity, purpose, and confidence. It also raises awareness of violence against First Nations women, and brings communities together to take a stand. Through weekly meetings, participants focus on topics including: traditional […]


Power of Stories

Girls Incorporated Northern Alberta, Fort McMurray This program aims to break the cycle of gender-based and intergenerational violence in the region and fill a critical gap in services. Girls Incorporated taps into Indigenous traditions of healing and empowerment: storytelling, Indigenous knowledge-sharing based on the 7 Sacred Teachings, and connections with women mentors. The program engages […]


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