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We are pleased to offer you a few options for additional resources or supports as you proceed with the delivery of Respectful Futures. Whether you wish to know more about a provincial campaign which encourages Aboriginal peoples to stand up against violence towards women and children (the Moose Hide Campaign) or to research the resources available to children who have witnessed violence, please check out the links provided.
The Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
The Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General delivers and funds a comprehensive range of victim services and violence against women programs across the province:
To learn more about the additional services accessible throughout British Columbia, click HERE for a directory of programs offered by the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General.
BC Society of Transition Houses – Violence is Preventable (VIP) Programs
Children Who Witness Abuse programs offer targeted support to children and youth who have been exposed to violence. Violence is Preventable (VIP) is a free, confidential, school-based violence prevention program for children and youth aged 3 to 18.
VIP programs link school districts and individual schools with Children Who Witness Abuse (CWWA) programs. Through these links schools and CWWA programs work together to ensure that children and youth who have been impacted by violence in their relationships receive the necessary support and services. VIP programs:
For more information on these programs, visit the Directory of Member Programs and Services or the Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General site to find a CWWA program in your community.