Links & Resources

Project Resources

Walking the Path Together Resources & Reports:
The Guide - Walk Proud, Dance Proud:  Footprints on a Healing Journey
Walking the Path Together Tools:  Appreciative Inquiry
Walking the Path Together Tools:  Danger Assessment
Evaluation Report -Phases I & II
Social Return on Investment Case Study:  Phase I
Business Case

More ACWS research and reports.


In addition to resources found on the project partner's websites , here are some additional resources for parents:

10 Parenting Tips for women in abusive relationships (also a pamphlet that can be downloaded)

Helping Children Thrive

Reclaiming Youth International

Aboriginal men from across Ontario who are very concerned about the problem of men’s violence and abuse against women in Aboriginal communities. The overall purpose of the I am a kind man project is to is to engage the men of our communities to speak out against all forms of abuse towards Aboriginal women.

The Kanawayhitowin website has been created to support women experiencing abuse, families, communities and front line workers to better educate themselves with resources and strategies. To engage and unite communities around the seriousness of this issue, and hope for the healing of future generations.

Alberta Child and Youth Services

National Aboriginal Circle Against Family Violence

Grief & Recovery Institute in Ontario

Publications: "When Children Grieve" and the "Grief Recovery Handbook"

Family Violence Prevention in Aboriginal Communities