Violence Against Women Resources

myMSG 2013 Calendars For Sale!

The myMSG (“my message”) project brought together six Toronto youth to talk about the experiences and impacts of positive and negative messages in our lives, and then took that conversation into...

Women with Disabilities and Abuse: Unpacking the Myths/Exploring the Realities

This article was written by Springtide staff Lynda Roy and originally published on Nellie's Shelter blog at http://nelliesshelter.wordpress.com/.  Until very recently little was known about...

Joint Statement by Community Organizations on Toronto's Summer of Violence

A group of community organizations have been meeting to discuss the recent violence in Toronto and ways to promote healthy neighbourhoods. This is their joint statement:   As Torontonians who...

Brazen: Trans Women Safer Sex Guide from The 519 Church Street Community Centre

New Resource! The 519 Church Street Community Centre's Brazen: Trans Women Safer Sex Guide, created by former Springtide Resources' Youth Leader Morgan M. Page, is a resource guide on safer sex,...

Financial matching for social housing residents & those on waiting lists

Do you work with women in Ottawa, North Bay or Windsor/Essex County who live in social housing or are on the waiting list to do so? If yes, SEDI (Social and Enterprise Development Innovations) has a...

Your Legal Rights launches email bulletin on Abuse and Family Violence

Your Legal Rights (www.yourlegalrights.on.ca), a website of legal information for people in Ontario, has a great new tool for people working on violence against women issues. For some time, Your...

Introduction to Criminal Law in a VAW Context (Violence against Women)

Do you work with women who have experienced physical or sexual violence, or criminal harassment, who are involved with the criminal court system, (or who are considering becoming involved)? Then this...

Family Court Support Workers Training

The Ministry of the Attorney General (MAG) is extending the training initially offered to Family Court Support Workers across the province to others doing similar work to support survivors of...

Test the E-Learning Waters: $50 trainings for frontline workers

Unsure about online learning? Need to hone skills within tight schedules and tight budgets? Springtide Resources and Luke’s Place offers new e-learning opportunities for frontline workers on issues...

Resources for Family Court Advocates

Luke’s Place Support and Resource Centre for Women and Children and Springtide Resources is pleased to announce the launch of a new online resource for those supporting survivors of family violence...
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