Make It Our Business provides information and education to help employers and other workplace stakeholders to address domestic violence in the workplace.
This presentation is an awareness program to address domestic violence. This is not just family issue, this is workplace issue. The desired outcome from these trainings is to start a dialogue and remove stigma around the topic of domestic violence.
We have a large trained presenting team that can modify their presentations to your work place upon consultation.
Contact us for availability of the free training:
Training can be structured to your needs, lunch & learn, staff meeting, or segmented training.
What is the need with your organisation? What do you want to learn about?
Advocates also participated in the Community Actions Against Family Violence Group (Phase III)facilitated by the City of Edmonton.The Community Advocates brought their expertise in the area of lived experience in supporting those participating in the group and also supporting those community members learning about family violence.
Completion of video filming, “Freedom to Be Who We Are… A Future without Family Violence”. The video is used as part of training professionals on understanding family violence.Contact CIAFV if you would like to purchase a copy.
Community Advocates produced and wrote a book with their own stories and pictures. The goal of the book is to provide hope for those who have experienced family violence – to know that they can rebuild positive change and have strength in the face of adversity. Now released!
Goals of the Project Team:
To raise awareness of the affects of family violence
To consult on and participate in CIAFV activities
To be part of the “real voice” for family violence prevention in Edmonton and area
We welcome new members. If you are interested in learning more please contact us at email@example.com
“Workplace violence is the threatened, attempted or actual conduct of a person(s) against a worker – singular or repetitive and unwelcome in nature, in the context of his or her employment – that causes or is likely to cause harm to the worker’s physical or psychological well-being or dignity. It includes any threatening behavior which gives the worker reasonable cause to believe that he or she are at risk”. AHS Community Sector WPV-Working Group Definition
Focus on Workplace Response to Family Violence
1. Increased Representation on the Project Team
Including, but not limited to, OH&S and HR representation from agencies and businesses
2. Updating Resource/Research Package
Workplace costs associated with family violence
Research articles reflecting the importance of, and barriers to, protocol training
A standardized collection of relevant reference materials
Protocol templates and tools
3. FV in the Workplace Protocol
Support FV in the Workplace Protocol Development with member agencies of CIAFV and other social agencies
Maintain linkages and support to Health Sector
4. Community Collaboration
Working collaboratively with initiatives in the community related to Fv in the Workplace
CIAFV Community Advocates Project Team
5. Workplace Protocols
Launch of FV in the Workplace Protocol Implementation of FV in the Workplace Protocol Hosting a Lunch and LearnFocus Agencies: EAP/Occupational Health and Safety, CSS, YMCA, AHS, City of Edmonton, Businesses, Sheppelle FGI
For over 2 years at SACE, we've been revisiting everything from our logo and colours to our mission and how we talk about sexual violence, to bring our agency up to date for 2018. We're so excited to share that our new brand and website is now launched! https://t.co/RKXUQKC2U0pic.twitter.com/hL4SCE8JTU
We still have a few spaces left in our upcoming Healthy Families Healthy Relationships group for immigrant and newcomer women. If you have a client who might be interested, please contact Jess 780-455-6880 pic.twitter.com/BlBfl1xYty