If the Media Calls: A Guide for Crime Victims & Survivors

A Quick Guide: Things to Know You always have a choice about whether to speak to the media or not. If you choose to speak with the media it is important to understand that you will have little control over what is actually reported and how it is presented to the public. Never speak “off…

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What is Together to Live?

http://www.togethertolive.ca/what-together-live Together to Live is an evergreen online toolkit for addressing youth suicide in your community. The Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health (the Centre) created this website as a tool for service providers working with children and youth to help them bring their community together to prevent youth suicide. Communities are unique. There’s no “one size fits all”…

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November is Make a Will Month

  More than half of adult Canadians do not have a Last Will and Testament*, and 61% of Canadians say they never talked about estate planning with their late parents.* It’s time to have that talk: We are excited to announce the launch of Make a Will month 2015! This November, the Ontario Bar Association…

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Families Change

This website has guides to separation and divorce for kids, for teens, and for parents. The information in the guides for kids and teens is delivered by drawn characters and the content is spoken and written in easily understood language. For parents, in addition to the guide, there are two online courses, Parenting After Separation,…

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