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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 series of eight workshops, participants learn to: identify violent behaviour at home and with others; protect themselves from toxic personalities; promote equal relationships; and engage parents where necessary. Screening tools will be provided to teachers in schools and youth centres to better support adolescent girls and young adults who have been exposed to spousal violence as children. Participants will be invited to contribute to the development of these prevention tools.

Grant amount: $20,000

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