Interagency Case Assessment Teams Best Practices: Working Together to Reduce the Risk of Domestic Violence Released in July 2015, this guide was developed over a two-year period by the ICAT Best Practices Advisory Team including representatives from Ending Violence Association … Continue reading
This update of the Sexual Assault Support Worker HandbookAssault Support Worker Handbook, last revised in 2007, was developed as part of the Western Canada Sexual Assault Initiative funded by Status of Women Canada. Updates reflect changes in policy, legislation and best … Continue reading
As part of EVA BC’s Western Canada Sexual Assault Initiative funded by Status of Women Canada, Campus Sexual Violence: Guidelines for a Comprehensive Response and the Overview of Guidelines have been developed to support university and college campus communities in … Continue reading
As part of EVA BC’s Western Canada Sexual Assault Initiative funded by Status of Women Canada, Campus Sexual Violence: Guidelines for a Comprehensive Response has been developed to support university and college campus communities in their response to sexual violence. The … Continue reading
From the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, the Program Standards for Specialized Victim Assistance Programs (now known as Community-based Victim Service Programs). August 1999 Download (pdf)
A resource by the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General that provides information about identifying the warning signs of abuse and the ways to help: Is someone you know being abused? Do you know the warning signs?
ICAT (Interagency Case Assessment Team) Orientation Presentation. To view and edit the presentation, please click the following link: ICAT Orientation Presentation. For a copy of the presentation, please contact us.
This resource is an attempt to bring forward lessons learned and best practices identified through our highly successful program, Be More Than A Bystander; a program conceived of by EVA BC and launched and managed in a partnership between EVA BC and the … Continue reading
This guide provides in-depth information on the specific risk and safety factors relevant to groups of women who are disproportionately victimized and murdered. It includes dedicated sections on risk identification and safety planning with Aboriginal women, those who are immigrants … Continue reading
This is the finalized version of EVA BC’s resource manual, Workplace Violence in Anti-Violence Programs: Strategies to Increase Worker Safety (January 2013). The manual provides a number of strategies and practical tips to assist anti-violence programs in creating safer workplaces. … Continue reading