Resources for Teachers and Program Leaders from the Violence Prevention Program Calgary Initiative

For three years (2012-2015), a group of community-based agencies, school boards, funders andShift: The Project to End Domestic Violence came together to develop a strategic and coordinated approach to violence prevention programming (VPP) in Calgary. The project resulted in a numberof resources.

These resources are intended to support quality school-based VPP programming, and are intended to be distributed broadly.
Dated Added:
February 17, 2017
Published By:
Shift - The Program to End Domestic Violence
English Only
Grades 10 - 12
CALM and Health
domestic violence, violence prevention