The following diagrams are based on the Power and Control Wheel.
Wheel: The Power and Control Wheel
Wheel: Power and Control in Societal Context
Wheel: The Equality Wheel
Wheel: Natural Life-Supporting Power
Wheel: Advocacy and Empowerment
Wheel: Community Accountability
Wheel: Coordinated Community Action Model
Wheel: Successful Collaboration
Triangle Diagram: Violence Against Aboriginal Women
Wheel: Children Coping with Family Violence
Wheel: Power and Control (Disabilities/Caregiver)
Wheel: Power and Control (Immigrant Women)
Wheel: Power and Control (Lesbian/Gay)
Wheel: Power and Control (Medical Profession)
Wheel: Power and Control (Seniors)
Wheel: Power and Control (Teens)
Wheel: The Equality Wheel (Teens)
Wheel: Power and Control (Substance Abuse)
Ending Relationship Abuse (ERA BC) Resources
The following materials were originally developed and distributed by the Ending Relationship Abuse Society of BC (ERA BC). Due to the dissolution of ERA, their valuable resource material is now housed on the EVA BC website to ensure its continued availability to workers in the field.
Background: Ending Relationship Abuse Society of BC
ERA’s vision was to contribute to stopping violence in relationships through province-wide provision of effective, accessible, ethical services for individuals who have used abuse in relationships. Their primary focus was on abuse against women within the social context of men’s relatively greater power in relationships with women.
ERA was comprised of individuals dedicated to raising awareness about relationship abuse and advocating for effective, accessible and ethical prevention programs and rehabilitation services for offenders. ERA was previously known as the B.C. Association of Counsellors of Abusive Men (ACAM), which was incorporated as a non-profit society in 1993. The Association was formed to facilitate cooperative action toward common goals of effective policy, funding, and training; and to promote the growth and development of high quality services for men who are abusive in relationships with women.
In 2004, it was decided to change the Association’s name to more accurately reflect its vision, which was to stop all relationship abuse. While many ERA members were working primarily with men who use violence in relationships, a significant number were also involved in, or interested in, counselling and research related to women’s use of violence in relationships and violence in same sex relationships. ERA’s goal was to help raise awareness about all forms of abuse in relationships and to advocate for services to make change.
ERA BC Information Bulletins
Click on any of the following titles to download resource materials in .pdf format:
#1 Relationship Violence Treatment: Answers to Common Questions Women Ask
#2 Understanding Treatment for Men Who Use Violence in Relationships
#3 Identifying Appropriate Treatment for Those Who Have Used Violence in their Relationships
#4 Providing Anti-Violence Support and Services to Trans People
#5 Providing Support and Services to Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People in Abuse Same-Gender Relationships
#6 Why Anger Management is NOT Enough when Intervening with those who use Violence in Relationships
#7 Guidelines for Couple’s Counselling in Cases of Violence and Abuse
#8 Cultural Considerations in Working with Men who use Violence in Relationships
#9 Tool Kit: Initial Steps to Stop Using Abuse in Your Relationship
#10 Tool Kit 2 – Values: Life’s Compass
#11 Parenting After Separation: Putting Children First
#12 Alcohol & Drug Abuse and Relationship Violence
Youth Dating Violence
Guiding Principles 2005/2006: For Relationship Violence Treatment Programs
Fact Sheet: Safety Planning for Women
Fact Sheet: Drugs, Alcohol and Acquaintance Rape
Fact Sheet: Criminal Harassment
Fact Sheet: Child Abuse
Fact Sheet: Acquaintance Rape
Fact Sheet: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
Fact Sheet: Sexual Assault
Fact Sheet: Violence Against Women in Relationships
Sexual Assault Myths and Facts
Films and Workbooks
Bystander Resource Industry Workplaces Film and Viewer’s Guide
Visit our Bystander for Resource Industry Workplaces page for more information.
Be More Than a Bystander Film
Visit our Be More Than a Bystander Film page for more information
Men Speak Up: Ending Violence Together (2008)
Men in high-profile leadership positions from across BC have come together to speak out about violence against women in this ground-breaking non-partisan new film. The film combines news footage from recent cases of domestic violence homicides in BC with short interviews about the importance of men speaking to other men to challenge societal attitudes about violence against women. A partnership between the EVA BC and ERA BC.
Download the press release (April 25, 2008)
Download backgrounder on Renewing Resources project
ICAT Orientation Presentation
View the PowerPoint Presentation. From this new page, you may download and edit the presentation to suit your program needs.
Be More Than a Bystander
For the Dignity of Every Woman
The following PowerPoint presentations were developed as part of EVA BC’s For the Dignity of Every Woman project which was funded by the The Province of BC.
Download ppt files:
All EVA BC videos, including Be More Than a Bystander PSAs, keynote presentations from our Annual Training Forums, and more can all be found on our YouTube channel that we like to call EVA TV!
Risk Identification and Safety Planning
Risk identification helps to recognize and address the risk of future violence, prioritize cases needing increased levels of support and intervention, inform safety plans, and assist in perpetrator management. Risk identification tools serve an important purpose in developing an appropriate safety plan and responding to threats for survivors of relationship violence. This two-hour webinar, launched in April 2019, introduces tools and practices for identifying evidence-based risk factors and circumstances that make survivors of relationship violence more at risk of serious or potentially lethal violence. It also touches on the principles of ethical and legal information sharing, documentation practices for high-risk cases, and basic safety planning and risk management.
Third Party Reporting – The British Columbia Protocol
This January 2019 webinar provides a history and overview of the British Columbia Third Party Reporting (TPR) Protocol and key elements of local implementation, as well as 2017 and 2018 updates to the BC TPR protocol. This 2-hour TPR Webinar is the most recent update in a series presented by the BC TPR Work Team over the last several years. The content is geared toward BC service providers facilitating TPR or making referrals to the TPR process. The webinar was hosted by the provincial TPR Work Team, which is led by the Ending Violence Association of BC’s Community Coordination for Women’s Safety program. Work Team members include the BC Association of Chiefs of Police, RCMP “E” Division, Vancouver Police Department Sex Crimes Unit, BC Association of Municipal Chiefs of Police, and the BC Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General.
Indigenous Community Safety Webinar
This free Knowledge Sharing Webinar entitled “Indigenous Community Safety” was presented by Beverley Jacobs, Mohawk, Bear Clan from Six Nations Grand River Territory, lawyer, PhD Candidate, and Indigenous Communities Safety Project (ICSP) Consultant for the Ending Violence Association of BC and partner, Legal Services Society of British Columbia. The ICSP was funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario. The purpose of this Webinar is to provide the public education about such issues as the root of violence in Indigenous communities, historical trauma and its impacts in Indigenous communities, knowing the risks of sexual/relationship violence, the right to be safe, community healing, Indigenous peoples’ resiliency and tools to assist in the development of community safety plans.
EVA BC/ CCWS Webinar: Interagency Case Assessment Teams and Identifying Highest Risk Domestic Violence.
To view this Webinar click on ICAT Webinar. From this new page, you will have the option of downloading the Webinar by clicking Download, located in the upper left on the menu bar. Please note that the presentation features many embedded audio clips that may take some seconds to load between slides.
The webinar was produced as a tool for community partners to learn about the ICAT model for addressing highest risk domestic violence and the evidence based factors used to detect lethal violence. The slide presentation is coupled with audio clips of key resource people.
We would like to thank our sponsor, the Victim Services and Crime Prevention Division, BC Ministry of Justice.