Designed for teachers, administrators, counsellors, family support workers and other school-based professionals. The program addresses the problem of children and youth witnessing abuse at home and the resulting impact on their ability to learn.
"Serves as a companion to the Violence is Preventable (VIP) project which links Children Who Witness Abuse community programs with British Columbia schools."
"For children 8-11 years of age who have been exposed to physical and emotional abuse at home. It is a tool to help break the silence on domestic violence, making it safe for children to speak out, explore their feelings and ask for help."