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Food Skills for Family

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The Canadian Diabetes Association Food Skills for Families program teaches healthy eating and cooking skills with a focus on reaching Aboriginal, new immigrant, Punjabi and low income families, and most recently seniors, throughout British Columbia (BC). Food Skills for Families …

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A-CHAMP (Airdrie Community Hypertension Awareness and Management Program )

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The Airdrie Community Hypertension Awareness and Management Program (A-CHAMP) is a community-based BP program for seniors designed to improve public and health care provider awareness and management of hypertension. This pragmatic pilot trial of an innovative community based program involves …

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Safe Dates

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The Safe Dates curriculum is a ten-session program that targets attitudes and behaviors associated with dating abuse and violence. Safe Dates content and activities focus on changing norms (acceptance of dating violence and gender role norms), improving anger management and …

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Adults and Children Together (ACT) Raising Safe Kids (RSK) program

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ACT-RSK program is a national anti-violence initiative that emphasizes the critical role that parents and other adults can play in providing an environment for young children that helps protect them from violence and injury. The overarching goals of ACT are …

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Aboriginal Youth Mentorship Program (AYMP)

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The AYMP is a 90 minute once per week after-school, peer led, health promotion program based on multi-age mentoring of children aged 10 years by grades 7 through grade 12 students to reduce risk factors for type 2 diabetes. The …

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Roots of Empathy

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Roots of Empathy is a school-based program for elementary school children that aims to promote mental health and prevent violence. At the heart of the program are a neighbourhood infant and parent who visit the classroom over the school year. …

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Together Facing the Challenge

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The intervention, Together Facing the Challenge, was built on a combination of practice-based elements from a prior descriptive study of treatment foster care (TFC) and selected elements from Chamberlain’s evidence-based model (multidimensional treatment foster care) to fill conspicuous gaps in …

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Walking the Path Together

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Eagle Feather Workers based in five on-reserve women’s shelters in Alberta provide one-on-one support to First Nations children who have lived within family violence. Walking the Path Together (WTPT) is a collaborative learning project initially comprised of eight organizations. By …

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Liard Aboriginal Women’s Society: Together for Justice

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Cultivating community-wide safety to improve response services to women and girls Indigenous Women, RCMP and Service Providers Work Together for Justice: A Response-based Safety Collaboration in the Yukon. The Together for Justice initiative was borne with the intent of putting …

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