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The Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness, is pleased to announce that it is the lead organization on a collaborative grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation with our partner, the Prevention of Elder Abuse Committee of York Region. This two year grant for $146,800 will be used to reduce the incidence of elder abuse across York region. Peer-led elder abuse workshops will be offered to seniors and training to front-line staff so service providers better recognize and respond to suspected elder abuse among their clients. Public Service Announcements and an upgraded interactive website will help promote activities and raise awareness.
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CCAA is pleased to be working with the Indian Residential School Adjudication Secretariat to assist survivors of abuse at residential schools in Canada with the adjudication phase of their compensation. CCAA helps eligible survivors through a special workshop to understand the adjudication process as well as develop support circles with each other, friends and family. CLICK HERE TO VIEW INFO!
For more information, contact Denise Spector, our support co-ordinator at email@example.comContinue reading Indian Residential School Compensation
The Cashel Group management team has been helping to support CCAA for close to 20 years and in this our 20th Anniversary Year, they have developed a special program for CCAA donors that not only lets you recoup the value of your donations to CCAA, but recoups your investment as well – all in just 5 years. Here’s how:
1. Make your donation to CCAA and receive an appropriate tax receipt for that amount for the current tax year (tax season is quickly approaching).
2. Invest in a Cashel Group program where you can more than recoup the amount of both your donation and your investment in just 5 years.*
3. For an illustration of Return on Investment, contact The Cashel Group as noted below:
The Cashel Group…helping you…Continue reading The CASHEL GROUP salutes CCAA’s 20th Anniversary
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NEW! the HelpPoint – a great tool that helps you get the assistance you need. Find out how CCAA can get you started. Contact us.Continue reading QuizzPoint – LC-LW
Canadas only weekly call in television show addressing abuse, addictions and other related issues, Living Clean is a production of the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness. This phone-in talk show helps thousands of individuals and families understand abuse and its affects, with the ultimate goal of helping them begin their healing process.Continue reading Living Clean
Recovery and Wellness go hand in hand. We hope you have been enjoying the new Living Well section in our monthly eZine, AbuseHurts.Com. Starting March 2013, we will be adding a Recipe Corner in this section. We welcome submissions of healthy recipes. Pictures are an asset. Nutritional values an asset.
Please send submissions to our editor for consideration: firstname.lastname@example.orgContinue reading Healthy Recipes Needed!
Help Support us by joining us at these Exciting Events!
A one-day workshop based on the MaleSurvivor.org Weekend of Recovery designed to help empower you as a male survivor of Sexual Abuse.
May 31 at Humber College South Campus
Limited space available!Continue reading Safety and Connection – Male Survivor Workshop
August 11th 10:45am
Maples of Ballantrae Golf Club.
From March 8 to March 31, entries are being accepted for the 29 Days of Hope Contest!
In celebration of International Women’s Day, nominate an inspiring woman that you know (it could even be YOU) to help raise funds for CCAA and there are prizes to be had!
TO ENTER and find out complete details, click on the image below!Continue reading 29 Days of Hope Contest Has Begun!
A FREE special screening of “Boys and Men Healing” followed by Q & A with a panel of both experts and male survivors.
THURSDAY, MAY 29th, 2014
Humber College, South Campus, Toronto – The Blue Room
Continue reading Free Screening of “Boys and Men Healing”
CCAA is proud to announce an amazing effort to change the impact of bullying in our communities and within our schools. Coordinated by musical artist, Andrew Cole, it involves the production and distribution of a song called “Do You Think I’m A Joke?” which features a number of music and film industry stars… Read more here…
Our programs will provide children, youth and their families with relevant learning modules, covering such topics as Internet Safety; Preventing Bullying; Positive Body Image; Personal Safety; Personal Empowerment; Preventing Dating Violence; Youth Leadership; Peer Mentoring and Real World Safety. Empowered kids and informed parents create healthy, safe and strong communities. Read more here…
Donated by Barter Network Ltd The winner of this item can have it couriered directly to them for an extra $15 within Canada (shipping fee varies to the USA and abroad) or they can pick it up from our CCAA offices located in Newmarket, ON. within 2 days of the auction ending. Confirmation of payment details and arrangements for either shipping or pick up must be made with the CCAA within 24 hours of auction end. Payments accepted: Cash, Visa, Master Card, American Express, Money Order, and Cheque.