Abuse Resources

This list of resources is growing all the time, so please check back now and then.  If you have any resources that are not listed here that you think would help abuse victims please submit via email and we will check it out as a possible addition to our Abuse Resources page. 

If you find any broken links please drop us a line to let us know. 

Thank you.

FREE Safety Plan Check List for Abuse Victims


If you are in an abusive situation and would like to know how to get out safely, Click the Download button below to download a PDF file of a Safety Plan Checklist for Abuse Victims for FREE.  Then, contact your local Women's Shelter, and they can help you with any resources you need to get yourself and your children out safely.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/jymzfxuomqcnpxg/Safety%20Plan%20Check%20List%20for%20Abuse%20Victims.pdf?dl=0


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE STATISTICS



RESOURCE CATEGORIES


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  1. Websites
  2. Documentaries and Videos
  3. Articles
  4. Studies
  5. Books


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2. DOCUMENTARIES AND VIDEOS


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3. ARTICLES


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4. STUDIES


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5. BOOKS

  • Domestic Violence:Action for Change by Hague G. and Malos E.; New clarion Press: Cheltenham, 2005
  • Helping an Abused Woman: 101 Things to KNOW, SAY and DOA Helping Hands Guide on Skill Building and Tools for Helpers and Healers (Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication, 2008) by Linda Baker, Ph.D. C. Psych., Executive Director and Alison Cunningham, M.A. (Crim.), Director of Research and Planning for the Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System  
  • Domestic Violence Handbook 
  • Why does he do that? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men by Lundy Bancroft. - Berkley Publishing Group 2002
  • Adult Victims of Abuse Protocols by The Government of New Brunswick, 2005 (Download PDF document)   
  • Survivor Voices is a project, undertaken by the Ontario Association of Interval and Transition Houses (OAITH) that over the period of about a year, sought out the ideas, insights and advice of woman abuse survivors about participating in policy development and systemic change.  The objective of the Survivor Voices project was to find out how survivors themselves would like to share their  ideas for improving services 

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