Leading Change Resources

 

Resources for:

The Workplace

Schools and Youth

Youth

Coaches

Parents

Communities and Individuals

 

 

 

 

Tools for the Workplace

Employee Tools

 

Employer Tools

ACWS has created a toolkit to help employers, unions, employees and supervisors recognize and respond to domestic violence in your workplace. We encourage you to work with us to develop as many tools as you need to create a comprehensive and effective plan for your organization. Here is a sampling of what is provided in the toolkit. Please contact our office (780)456-7000 to arrange an introductory meeting where we will go through the toolkit in detail and help you assess how these tools can be best applied at your workplace.

*To be reproduced for awareness purposes only. Please do not edit or adapt content without advance permission from ACWS.

ISBN# 978.0.9812370.5.3 (on-line materials)
ISBN# 978.0.9812370.4.6 (printed toolkit binder)

 

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External Resources

 

Canadian Initiatives

New Brunswick: www.toolkitnb.ca
Ontario: http://neighboursfriendsandfamilies.ca
Manitoba: http://www.gov.mb.ca/fs/fvpp_toolkit/intro.html

 

American Initiatives

www.caepv.org
www.breakthecycle.org/loveisnotabuse
www.safeatworkcoalition.org

Violence in the Workplace

Preventing Violence and Harrassment at Work. Alberta Employment and Immigration.

http://workplaceviolencenews.com/
 

Workers’ Compensation Board
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety www.ccohs.ca

 

Health Canada www.healthcanada.ca/eas
National Partnership for Workplace Mental Health

 

Workplace Violence Risk Assessment: Langley Memorial Hospital 
http://www2.worksafebc.com/pdfs/healthcare/WorkplaceViolence.pdf

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Schools and Youth

Tools for Youth

Request a presentation at your school or sports team

Learn about different types of violence & abuse

Learn about the signs of abuse and how to help

More Resources for the Next Generation 

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Tools for Coaches

 

Coaching Boys into Men Playbook 

It starts with you. It stays with him.

Bystander Approach 

  • MVP Strategies 

 

 

Tools for Parents

Inquire about a presentation at your child's school or sports team

Educate yourself about different forms of violence & abuse

Get updated about bullying and dating violence

Learn to recognize the signs of domestic violence and things that you can do to help

Learn more ways you can lead change

More links for parents

Contact us

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Communities and Individuals

Recognize the signs of abuse.

Ways to help someone you know.

10 things men can do to prevent gender violence

If you need help shelters in Alberta 

Learn about different types of violence & abuse 

Leading Change Public Service Announcement

 

It's as simple as tea:  Consent
A simple metaphor to help us understand consent.  Clue, its just like tea.

Watch the video

 

 

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