Are you feeling threatened? Do you feel as though you’re in an abusive situation?
Sometimes, we know we need help but we are unsure of what actions to take, or how to properly articulate our feelings. That’s completely normal, when you’re in the thick of things.
Do you think you may need help? This page will provide you with emergency and crisis contacts, shelter information, mental health and additions support, amongst other support programs and contacts.
Remember, you are never alone. This page will provide you with various statistics, to help the public realize the severity and frequency of violence and abuse in Canada.
Have you ever thought that you may be behaving in a way that could be physically or mentally harmful to your partner? This page will provide you with details, to help you better understand your current situation.
Abuse takes several forms. This page breaks down different forms of abuse, so you can better understand if you are in any of these particular situations.
Familiarize yourself with abusive red flags, how normal jealousy can turn into abuse, as well as the cycle of abuse.
This page will help you better pinpoint personality characteristics of a “typical abuser”.
This page will eventually house various toolkits that can be utilized by teachers to use throughout the K-12 school system.
Are you looking to further immerse yourself in more in-depth articles, publications and toolkits? This page will provide you with several local, national and international third party sources, elaborating on different forms of abuse and support.