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Safety Planning

It’s important to keep in mind that you do not have control over another person’s level of violence.  If you are being subjected to some form of abuse, creating a safety plan may help you to prepare for the possibility of future violence and hopefully help you protect yourself and your children.

Safety plans are information that’s specifically geared towards actions you can take, for yourself and / or your dependents.  Risk factors change and that means safety plans also need to change sometimes.

On this resource page are a list of publications and links to provide you with information on safety planning.  Some of the links are to our own work and some are to other community groups.  Since we are a Leeds & Grenville based organization, community links are mostly for organizations in that catchment area.  

For further information about this topic, please email info@vslg.ca  

Related Pages

Stalking & Harassment
Safety Planning
Teen Safety Plan
College Student’s Safety Plan
Safety Plan for Suicidal Thoughts
Safety planning for seniors

Financial Check List

 

 

Children’s Safety Plan 
www.flipsnack.com/cdvsca/childrens-safety-plan.html 

Teen Safety Plan 
www.flipsnack.com/cdvsca/teen-safety-plan.html 

Senior Safety Plan
www.flipsnack.com/cdvsca/older-persons-safety-plan.html 

Assault Response & Care Centre (ARCC)
1-800-567-7415
www.arc-c.ca

Assaulted Women’s Helpline
1-866-863-0511 
www.awhl.org

Distress Line
1-800-465-4442 
www.dcontario.org

Interval House
1-800-267-4409 
www.lgih.ca

Safety Planning for the Home
www.flipsnack.com/cdvsca/building-a-safer-home-environment.html

Safety Planning when you live your partner
www.flipsnack.com/cdvsca/living-with-partner-safety-plan.html

Blog Posts on Safety Planning
victimservices.wordpress.com/?s=safety+planning&x=0&y=0

Domestic Violence Hotline
www.thehotline.org