PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Transition House Association
The Transition House Association was founded in 1980 to supply a place of security for women and children who become victims of violence and to try tos the eliminate of family abuse. The Association has a strong belief that it is a fundamental human right not to become victims of violence and fear of abuse in relations. This website includes information about the Transition House Association, its services and programs. My Canadian Pharmacy looks through this website to know how to help people becoming victims of abuse to restore their lives.
Women’s Network PEI is not a commercial establishment that aims to improve and deliver support to the efforts of PEI women to enhance the status of women in our society. Women’s Network PEI was established in 1981 and adjoined on May 31, 1984.
PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women
The Prince Edward Island Advisory Council on the Status of Women is an unconcerned from government deliberative assembly. The nine members of Council are chosen by government to push utterances for equality and to sustain women’s complete and active participation in social, legal, cultural, economic, and political spheres of life.
PEI Woman Abuse Protocols
The Coalition for Woman Abuse Policy and Protocol in Prince Edward Island
Response to woman abuse: policy and protocol initiative
PEI Rape And Sexual Assault Crisis Centre
Rape and Sexual Assault Crisis Centre is a twenty-four hour absolutely free crisis agency for information and support with well-experienced volunteers: confidentiality is met. Restricted one to one therapy accwssable. When possible therapy groups are conducted for adult women survivors of childhood sexual violence with trained institutors under direction of therapist.
PEI Victim Services
Victim Services helps victims of abuse throughout their involvement in the jurisdiction. They supply many services inclusively of information about the criminal jurisdiction, short term counselling and support, referrals, court preparation, and other help under the Victims of Family Violence Act.
CLIA – Community Legal Information Association
The Community Legal Information Association of Prince Edward Island, Inc. (CLIA) is a non- commercial organization and a registered charity. Its work is known as public legal education. CLIA’s aim is to supply Islanders with realizable, wholesome information about our laws and our jurisdiction.
S.A.V.E. PEI is a projection desined by Montague Intermediate and Senior High Students in 2005-06. This projection is a participation between Montague Senior High School and Eastern PEI Family Violence Prevention Services.
OTHER CANADIAN SITES
National Clearinghouse on Family Violence
On behalf of the Government of Canada and its Family Violence Initiative (FVI), the Public Health Agency of Canada operates the National Clearinghouse on Family Violence (NCFV). The NCFV is Canada’s reserve centre for information on abuse within relations of kinship, intimacy, dependency or trust.
Canadian Women’s Foundation
Canadian Women’s Foundation increases money funds and makes grants to assist arresting abuse against women and construct economic independence for women and their children.
Springtide Resources facilitates healthy and equal relations by calling various organizations in shared educational strategies created to interpel abuse against women and the influence it has on children.
Women’s Refuge (New Zealand site)
The website of the National Collective of Independent Women’s Refuges Inc., the umbrella organization of 50 Women’s Refuges around Aotearoa / New Zealand.