Peer Support Services For Abused Women. OFFERING PEER BASED SUPPORT TO INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE AT RISK OF OR HAVE BEEN ABUSED, (AND THEIR CHILDREN). Our Mission. Creating individual and systemic change to promote respectful, healthy and peaceful relationships. Our Vision.
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OFFERING PEER BASED SUPPORT TO INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE AT RISK OF OR HAVE BEEN ABUSED, (AND THEIR CHILDREN)
Creating individual and systemic change to promote respectful, healthy and peaceful relationships
RESPECTFUL, HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL RELATIONSHIPS
Growth Circle programs are offered to women who have left abusive relationships. In Growth Circles participants share their experiences and learn from other women who have been there too. Growth Circles are facilitated by trained volunteers who may be survivors of family violence themselves. Growth Circle program is 12 week, 2.5 hours per week. Session topics include; dynamics of violence, anger, parenting and self esteem.
Moving on With Mentors
The Moving on with Mentors Program offers individual peer support to women anywhere on the domestic violence continuum. The MOWM program is designed to assist women in meeting their personal goals, achieving self efficacy, accessing communities resources. There is a drop in group component of the program, that included both sharing of experiences and psychosocial learning. The Peer Support Mentor is a woman who herself, may have, experienced family violence and can act as a ‘mentor’ in facilitating growth and change for clients.
Finding Our Voices
Finding our Voices is a self esteem group. The group is available to any women whether she has experienced abuse or not. The group runs for 6 weeks, 2.5 hours a week. Topics include: communication, body image, assertiveness. The workshop is designed for any woman grappling with self esteem issues.
Same Sex Domestic Violence
This program is to address the often marginalized issue of same sex intimate partner domestic violence. In partnership with Safety Under the Rainbow, a collaborative initiative to address this issue PSSAW offers workshops to service providers on this issue, participates in awareness campaigns targeted to both the GLBT community and service providers and conducts research on this issue. This program is delivered province wide.
Questions and Contact information
Trina Lonsberry – Program Coordinator, Mountain View County
403 556 8909 or email@example.com
Andrea Silverstone – Executive Director
403 234 7337 or firstname.lastname@example.org