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Healthy Families Healthy Nations Domestic Violence Training for Professionals and Service Providers by Equay-wuk

02.19.2013

Information Package

The domestic violence training resource consists of 12 sections designed for service providers supporting Aboriginal women in remote First Nations communities.  Within the overarching theme of “working towards violence free communities”,  this training resource is designed to increase awareness of the need for community leaders to commit to violence free communities, how the cycle of abuse impacts on the whole family and community at large, early warning signs of family violence, exploring avenues for culturally sensitive prevention before and after violence, the need to eliminate ostracism of victims who are forced to leave in crisis, how service provider can contribute to the holistic prevention model, occupational roles, responsibilities as well as on-the-job policies, procedures and practices for responding to situations involving domestic violence, options for improving organizational practices, services that are  available in First Nation communities, how support for women and children can be increased by “Helping Your Community”.  A pamphlet on family violence and another on its affects on children are provided in English, Ojibway and Oji-Cree.

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