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Family Violence Prevention Month started in 1986 as a local initiative in the town of Hinton where four remarkable Albertans, Katherine Kennedy, Sonja Bennett, Faye Wheeler and Glenda Carter, formed The Hinton Society for the Prevention of Family Violence and launched Alberta’s very first family violence education and prevention campaign.The Society’s goals were to draw public attention to the issue and to evoke positive change in their community.
We also work with men who perpetrate domestic violence.
Through the Gold Coast Domestic Violence Integrated Response we partner with government agencies, non-government agencies and other women’s services to continue to improve responses to domestic and family violence as we work toward achieving our goal of ending violence against women.
VAWnet's Special Collections are organized lists of select resources on specific topics related to gender-based violence that provide contextual information to encourage critical analysis.
Readiness Assessment This tool will help you gauge how prepared your school is to implement the program.
Four Core Components The is a long-term, system-wide program for change involving program components at four levels.