1. Partners & Projects

    The Coalition to End Violence Against Women

    The Coalition to End Violence Against Women is a collective voice of organizations from the Niagara Region that is working toward ending violence against women by raising public awareness, educating, sharing information, networking and identifying and breaking down systematic barriers that perpetuate violence. The work of CEVAW is also highlighted in...
  2. Resources & Publications

    How’s Life? 2013 Measuring Well-Being

    This report provides a bi-annual assessment of people’s well-being in OECD countries and in selected emerging economies. The 2013 edition of How’s Life covers four topics: the impact of the global financial crisis on well-being; gender differences in well-being; well-being in the workplace; and sustaining well-being over time. Published By:...
  3. Partners & Projects

    Niagara Suicide Prevention Coalition

    Niagara Suicide Prevention Coalition (NSPC) is a non-funded community coalition made up of community partners who work to advance suicide prevention, intervention and postvention efforts in Niagara. The mandate of the NSPC, to bring interested community organizations groups, individuals, and volunteers together to help build Niagara to be a suicide-safer...
  4. Resources & Publications

    Indicators of Well-Being in Canada: Security – Crime Rates

    The Human Resources and Skills Development of Canada offers the rates of both violent and property crimes and changes in those rates over time as a basic reflection of security and safety in Canadian society. Information specific to the Niagara region is included. Published By: Human Resources and Skills Development...
  5. Resources & Publications

    Promising Practices to Help Children and Youth who have been Exposed to Violence

    Children and youth in challenging contexts, both in Canada and overseas, face common threats to their mental health that can be better addressed when researchers, service providers, practitioners, and communities pool their knowledge, resources, and lessons learned of what works best for improving young peoples’ mental health. This report details...
  6. Resources & Publications

    The Niagara Region Domestic Violence Report Card: Supplementary Report

    This second Supplementary Report is meant to continue the process of highlighting changes that have occurred since ‘The System Matters’ was released. This supplementary report highlights the influences of provincial budgets and innovations in practice, and continues the discussion regarding ending violence against women. This resource is also included in the...
  7. Resources & Publications

    Niagara Regional Police Services: 2012 Annual Report

    The Niagara Regional Police Service is dedicated to serving and protecting residents and visitors within the Regional Municipality of Niagara. This report provides an overview of the vast array of services provided to the residents of Niagara and its visitors by the men and women of the Service. In addition,...
  8. Resources & Publications

    Niagara Community Human Services Plan

    Niagara’s Community Human Services Plan provides a framework for identifying the current and future human services and supports that Niagara residents need. The plan also provides an opportunity for social services providers in Niagara to look at new, creative ways to deliver those services and address concerns such as service access...
  9. Resources & Publications

    The Niagara Region Domestic Violence Report Card: Supplementary Report

    Collection of data for the Niagara Region Domestic Violence Report Card Project (DVRCP) ended in June 2009. The initial premise for the report card was to provide the community with a ‘snapshot in time’ of the response to the issue of violence against women. However, we were cognizant of the...
  10. Resources & Publications

    The Niagara Region Domestic Violence Report Card 2008/2009

    This is the first Domestic Violence Report Card for the Niagara Region. This report card began in the fall of 2008 as a project of the Niagara Coalition to End Violence Against Women (CEVAW) with an aim to develop an overall regional picture of the current response to domestic violence....

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