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British Columbia (BC) Domestic Violence

Directory of Victim Service and Violence Against Women Programs
Domestic Violence Help
Provincial Office of Domestic Violence
Victim Line


Ending Violence Association of BC



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Indigenous Women’s Programs

YOUTH Ending Violence
A Promising Practice to Help End Violence Against Girls and Women



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Alberta (AB) Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Handbook: for Police and Crown Prosecutors in Alberta

Edmonton Police Services Domestic Violence
CONNECT - Family & Sexual Abuse Network
Calgary AB


INFORM ALBERTA
Abuse Sites - Counseling - Support - Shelters Etc..

Alberta Human Services
Many Abuse Resource Links


Distress Centre Calgary offers confidential, non-judgmental 24 hour crisis support.

Alberta Justice and Solicitor General
Victim Services
Manitoba (MB) Domestic Violence

What is Family Violence? - Help for Teens and Children
Elder Abuse
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Manitoba Association of Women's Shelters

Ontario (ON) Domestic Violence
Victims of Violence
Ontario Women's Justice Network




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Understanding Violence Against Women

Legal information on issues
related to violence against women

Online Dating Safety Guide for Women
Online dating is a great way to meet your future partner. Last year alone, twice as many marriages occurred between men and women who met online versus couples who met in bars, clubs and at other social events combined.
If you’re new to online dating and considering jumping aboard the Tinder bandwagon, it’s worth taking the time to protect yourself and be safe.
Online dating is fraught with potential dangers both online and offline. From scammers to sex offenders, you need to be aware of all the risks involved.
And with women most at risk (70% of online scams are targeted at females), we put together this online dating safety guide to help protect you from getting hurt along the way.
Take a look at the infographic below to ensure a safe and enjoyable online dating experience in your quest for love.
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Newfoundland & Labrador (NL) Domestic Violence

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Department of Justice
Making the Links in Family Violence Cases: Collaboration among the Family, Child Protection and Criminal Justice Systems
Family violence responses by jurisdiction - Newfoundland and Labrador

 Violence Prevention Initiative
The Violence Prevention Initiative of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador reflects government’s commitment to addressing the problem of violence in this province. The Initiative is a multi-departmental, government - community partnership to find long term solutions to the problem of violence against those most at risk in our society - women, children, youth, older persons, persons with disabilities, Aboriginal women and children and other people who are vulnerable to violence because of their ethnicity, sexual orientation or economic status. The Violence Prevention Initiative is coordinated by the Women's Policy Office
Nova Scotia (NS) Domestic Violence

Status of Women Canada - Nova Scotia
Much more information on this Link

Nova Scotia Domestic Violence Resource Centre


Women's Centres Connect
A strong, supportive voice on issues of concern to women and adolescent girls that offers a list of women's centres across Nova Scotia.
Transition House Association of Nova Scotia
Provides counseling and support to victims of violence. Some second stage housing may also provide this service.
Men's Intervention Program
Offers services to men who have been abusive towards their partner/ex-partner and /or children.

Yukon Territory (YT) Domestic Violence
Victoria Faulkner Women's Centre
Mission Statement: The Women's Centre is a safe and respectful space where women connect with each other, access support and services and work together to create positive change for women and the community. We are committed to promoting women's equality and well-being. We do so by raising awareness, educating, networking and collaborating with Government and Non-Government Organizations.


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Northwest Territories (NT) Domestic Violence
Victim Services

Victims Assistance Fund
Nunavut (NU) Domestic Violence
Community Justice


Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line
When you need to reach out and talk to someone, call the Help Line.
Kamatsiaqtut is there for people who need some- one to talk to about their troubles. Sometimes even our biggest worries and fears don’t seem so scary if we talk about them with someone who is willing to listen.

In Inuktitut, Kamatsiaqtut means thoughtful people who care. Our trained volunteers are on the other end of the line seven nights a week, 365 nights a year from 7 p.m. to midnight (Baffin time). They come from many walks of life and when their working day has ended, are ready with a listening ear for those who need someone to talk to. All of our volunteers speak English and many speak Inuktitut and French.

Since the Kamatsiaqtut Help Line began taking calls on Jan. 15, 1990, it has been committed to helping people help themselves. Kamatsiaqtut volunteers don’t provide the answers to problems. They help people find their own answers by offering a safe, supportive, non-judging place to talk things out. All calls are kept strictly confidential.

Kamatsiaqtut is for everyone, not just people in crisis. If you find yourself needing someone to talk to, whether you’re lonely, hurting, in distress or need someone to share good news with, give us a call.
Don’t think of us as a Crisis Line, think of us as a Help Line

Canada
Department of Justice Family Violence
USA

Domestic violence (or intimate partner violence) is a violent pattern or behavior that causes harm to a romantic partner. The main goal of the abuser is to take control over the other person. When people get caught in this circle of violence, it is hard to get away from it without help. Usually, the abuser makes the victim think they are worthless and unable to live without them. That is why many victims do not think about leaving.
The outcome of such a situation could be tragic. Prolonged oppression, stalking, physical violence and rape can lead to traumas or many mental health disorders.
In many cases, alcohol or drug use is involved in the abuse. These substances lower self-control and make people more aggressive and hostile.
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Domestic Violence Awareness Guide


Written by Michele Wheat
Domestic violence is one of the fastest growing problems that are faced primarily by women today. In fact, nearly one in three women have faced some type of violence from a partner in their life. Domestic violence and abuse has been in the news more frequently recently, but it is still a crime that most victims keep silent about.
Domestic violence and abuse can take many different forms. Domestic violence can be summarized as defined by the FBI as "behavior in which one intimate partner uses physical violence, coercion, threats, intimidation, isolation, and emotional, sexual, or economic abuse to control the other partner in a relationship." Despite the dangers that the abused person is in, it is an issue that is not reported enough because of fear of retaliation.
Looking at the warning signs is a way that victims and others can spot possible abuse. The warning signs can vary from physical signs such as cuts, bruises, and broken bones to emotional signs such as a drastic change in mood. Friends and family should also be on the alert for these signs. If spotted, the victim should be urged to consider ways to be protected.
Domestic violence and abuse is a large problem in our society today and help is available. Many agencies are available to assist victims in removing them from the situation. If not, victims of domestic abuse are running the risk of serious injury or even death, to them or their children. Below are several resources to learn more about the problem of domestic violence and abuse. We hope this information can be helpful to you or others that are contending with an abusive relationship. Please feel free to share this information with others in need.

What is Domestic Violence? - Domestic Violence Statistics - Warning Signs of Abuse and Violence - Stopping and Helping Domestic Violence Victims - Domestic Abuse and Violence Resources
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A project of the National Network to End Domestic Violence,
providing legal information and support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
WOMENSLAW.ORG
USA National Domestic Violence Hotline

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Domestic Violence and Abuse
Signs of Abuse and Abusive Relationships
Help Guide.org - USA and Other Parts of the World
Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, yet the problem is often overlooked, excused, or denied. This is especially true when the abuse is psychological, rather than physical. Noticing and acknowledging the signs of an abusive relationship is the first step to ending it. No one should live in fear of the person they love. If you recognize yourself or someone you know in the following warning signs and descriptions of abuse, reach out. There is help available.

Domestic Violence Resource Directory - USA

Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Restraining Order
Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Protection Orders
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Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Order of Protection
Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence
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Statewide California Coalition for Battered Women
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Restraining Order
Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence
888-774-2900 (In State Hotline)
Restraining Order
District of Columbia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Civil Protection Order

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Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence
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Restraining Order
Georgia Coalition on Family Violence
GCADV
Restraining Order

Legal Services on Domestic Violence
Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence
Engaging Voices

Restraining Order

Prevent Child Abuse Georgia

1720 Peachtree Street NW, Suite 600

Atlanta, Georgia  30309

1-800-CHILDREN

Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Order of Protection
Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Protective Order
Iowa Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Protective Order
Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence

Restraining Order
Kentucky Domestic Violence Association
Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Protection Order
Sexual Assault Connection
Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Restraining Order
Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence

Protection from Abuse Order
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence

Protective Order
Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
Jane Doe, Inc.
Abuse Prevention Order
Michigan Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence

Personal Protection Order
Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women

Order for Protection
Mississippi State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Protection Order
Missouri Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Orders of Protection
Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Order of Protection
Nebraska Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalition

Protection Order
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Nevada Network Against Domestic Violence

Order of Protection
New Hampshire
Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence


Protective Orders
New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women

Restraining Order
New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Order of Protection
North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Protective Order
North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services

Protection Order
Ohio Domestic Violence Network
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Protection Order
Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexua Assault

Protection Order
Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Restraining Order
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence/National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
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Protection from Abuse
(Puerto Rico)
Coordinadora Paz para la Mujer, Inc
Proyecto Coalicion Contra la Violencia Domestica
Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Protection Order
South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual
Assault


Order of Protection

Victim Assistance
South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual
Assault


Prote
ction Order
Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence


Protecti
on Order
Texas Council on Family Violence

Restraining Order
Utah Domestic Violence Advisory Council
Utah Domestic Violence Coalition (UDVC)
Protective Order
Vermont Network Against Domestic Violence and Sexual
Assault


Protection Order
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Order of Protection
West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Protection Order

Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Protection Order

Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Order
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Women's Law

Kow The Laws
A Complete listing of all States
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