Durham Region’s Intimate-relationship Violence Empowerment Network (D.R.I.V.E.N.)
DRIVEN provides victims of intimate-relationship violence with an efficient and effective system of co-located services to facilitate the individual’s access to needed supports and to enhance service quality. Learn more
Neighbours, Friends and Families is a public education campaign to raise awareness of the signs of woman abuse so that those close to an at-risk woman or an abusive man can help. Learn more
CAAB-D believes that bullying is a “societal problem”, not just a “school-yard” problem.
CAAB-D defines bullying as a deliberate, repeated, hostile use of power by one or more individuals aimed at isolating, intimidating, humiliating and hurting another person or persons.
CAAB-D’s intent is to be a key player in the prevention of bullying in Durham by playing both a leading and a supporting role in anti- bullying Initiatives In schools , agencies, organizations and workplaces in the Durham Region. Learn more
METRAC works to prevent and eliminate violence against diverse women, youth and children. We are committed to the right of women, youth and children to live free of violence and the threat of violence.
Our work is informed by anti-oppression principles. Anti-oppression work recognizes that women, youth and children experience violence in different ways depending on factors such as their ethno-racial backgrounds, income levels, sexualities, gender identities, abilities and ages. Anti-violence measures must address the distinctive experiences of diverse individuals and communities.
METRAC uses an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach. We work in partnership with individuals, community groups, organizations and services, governments, institutions, educators, urban planners and health and legal professionals. Learn more