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  • Title: Southwestern coalition to end violence : Home
    Descriptive info: .. home.. news.. events.. about us.. links.. contact us.. southwestern.. coalition.. to.. end.. violence.. Working together to build safe, peaceful and healthy communities.. our.. mission.. We are committed to facilitating a collaborative partnership between community groups, government agencies and interested individuals to promote safe, peaceful and healthy communities throughout the Southwestern region of Newfoundland.. goal.. Our goal is to facilitate the Violence Prevention Initiative through partnership development, information and resource sharing, collective decision-making and coordination of services.. recent.. June 9, 2012.. Senior's Kitchen Party.. all.. news..  ...   3B5.. Telephone: (709) 643-1022.. Fax: (709) 643-2293.. swceviolence@gmail.. com.. local.. committees.. Peaceful Communities.. HELP Committee.. Bay St.. George Coalition to End Violence.. remove.. your.. web.. tracks.. When you visit a webpage, you leave tracks of where you've been.. This means that someone can see which sites you've been looking at online in just a few clicks.. learn.. more.. Funded by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.. Home.. News.. Events.. About Us.. Links.. Contact Us.. Designed & Developed by.. Triware Technologies Inc.. Triware Content Management System.. Username:.. Password:..

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  • Title: Southwestern Coalition to End Violence
    Descriptive info: World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Celebrating Seniors World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is June 15th.. To recognize the importance of addressing and preventing elder abuse and to celebrate our seniors, the Bay St.. George Coalition to End Violence hosted its six annual Senior s Kitchen Party at the Royal Canadian Legion on Saturday, June 9th, 2012.. February 29, 2012.. Francois project on Red Light to Bullying.. During Violence Prevention Month, many activities took place.. Here are some pictures taken in Francois during the Red Light to Bullying.. Respect Day in Grey River.. February is Violence Prevention Month.. In Grey river, many activities took place.. Here are a few pictures of what took place!.. Violence Prevention Month Activities.. February 29, 2012 February is Violence Prevention Month in the Province.. Again this year the Bay St.. George Coalition to End Violence, in collaboration with its many partners, facilitated anti-violence initiatives throughout the region.. The Violence Prevention Month Proclamation Signing took place at the Town Hall in Stephenville at 12 noon on Monday, January 30th followed by an Open House and luncheon at the Women s Centre on St.. February 17, 2011.. Total Eclipse  ...   night away to the music of the 80s and 90s.. February 14, 2011.. Violence Prevention plans across the province.. Courtesy of the Trubadour By Carol Hopkins February is Violence Prevention Month in the province and organizations are gearing up with innovative and creative ways to bring awareness to the issues of violence.. Tracey Fleming, co-cordinator, Eastern Region Committee Against Violence, has a wide variety of events planned to help raise awareness around the issue, from Acts of Friendship with Sparks and Brownies to a free skate and a sliding event as part of the Clarenville Winter Carnival.. January 31, 2011.. Violence Prevention Month.. George Coalition to mark Violence Prevention Month in February STEPHENVILLE Among the highlights of this year s Violence Prevention Month activities in Bay St.. George will be a Stand-Up (Against Bullying) Day in schools throughout the region, a violence action and awareness workshop, and a special open house at a local senior s club.. November 4, 2010.. SWCEV AGM and Website Launch.. The South Western Coalition to End Violence AGM and Website Launch will take place Nov 4, 2010 at the Kindale Public Library from 10:00am-3:00pm.. past.. 2011.. 2010..

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  • Title: Southwestern coalition to end violence : about us
    Descriptive info: about.. The Southwestern Coalition to End Violence,.. formed in 2006, consists of representatives from the three local coordinating committees:.. (Port aux Basques, the Codroy Valley and southwestern Newfoundland coastal communities).. The HELP Committee.. (Burgeo).. (Bay St.. George South, Stephenville and the Port au Port Peninsula).. Each of these three committees works to engage the support of all stakeholders in our communities to address issues of violence.. We work  ...   organizations to spread the word that violence prevention is everyone's responsibility.. In April 2006, the government of Newfoundland and Labrador launched a six year violence prevention plan Taking Action Against Violence.. Currently, the Southwestern Coalition to End Violence is working to promote the aims of the province's.. Violence Prevention Initiative.. ; to collectively find solutions to the problem of violence against the most vulnerable members of our society..

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  • Title: Southwestern coalition to end violence : related links
    Descriptive info: related.. Government Initiatives.. OutrageNL.. VPI Regional Coordinating Committees.. Western Regional Coalition to End Violence.. Violence Prevention Labrador.. Northern Committee Against Violence.. Central West Committee Against Violence.. The Roads to End Violence (Gander - New Wes Valley).. Eastern Region Committee Against Violence.. Burin Peninsula Voice Against Violence.. Communities Against Violence (Western Avalon).. Coalition Against Violence (Avalon East).. Where to find help.. Kids Help Phone.. NL Sexual Assault Crisis.. Prevention Centre.. Canadian Mental Health Association..

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  • Title: Southwestern coalition to end violence : contact us
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  • Title: Southwestern coalition to end violence : peaceful communities
    Descriptive info: peaceful.. communities.. (Port aux Basques, Codroy Valley and Coastal Communities).. Working together to promote safe, healthy,.. peaceful communities.. Who We Are:.. A partnership of volunteers, community groups, schools, churches, service organizations, concerned individuals, and representatives from government agencies who live and work in Southwestern Newfoundland.. Our Purpose:.. We are committed to increasing awareness of all forms of violence and mental health issues, their impact, and how we can work together to promote safe, healthy, peaceful communities.. Our Role:.. Educate people about  ...   Help others be aware of services available for persons affected by violence or mental illness.. Encourage people to become aware of what they do or say at all times.. Our behavior can be seen/heard/copied by a child.. Help people to speak out against racism, sexism, and other forms of violence.. Not to tolerate violence in our lives or communities.. Remember, violence and mental health issues are.. everyone's responsibility!.. How to Contact us:.. Box 2226.. Port aux Basques, NL.. A0M 1C0.. (Tel) 709-695-7900..

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  • Title: Southwestern coalition to end violence : HELP committee
    Descriptive info: HELP.. committee.. Helping Ease Life's Problems - Burgeo Area.. The H.. E.. L.. P.. Committee is a volunteer, non-profit organization that takes a lead role in prevention, education and public awareness.. To promote public awareness of identified community wellness issues.. To advocate with professionals and the community for effective awareness and change related to those issues.. To continue our partnerships with  ...   and social health issues.. To advocate for resources and programming.. To facilitate the exchange of information and ideas.. To partner with and support other community groups.. It is through the efforts of dedicated volunteers that H.. Committee can continue to serve the community of Burgeo and surrounding areas.. How to contact us:.. H.. Committee.. Box 399.. Burgeo, NL.. A0N 2H0.. (Tel) 709-886-2294..

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  • Title: Southwestern coalition to end violence : bay st. george coalition to end violence
    Descriptive info: bay.. st.. george.. (Stephenville Area, Port au Port Peninsula, Bay St.. George South).. A partnership of representatives from government agencies, community groups, schools, churches, service organizations, as well as interested individuals and volunteers who live and work in the Bay St.. George area.. We are committed to working together to promote violence-free  ...   to address issues of violence and abuse in Bay St.. George by:.. Promoting community awareness.. Encouraging community ownership for the prevention of violence.. Facilitating the exchange of information and ideas.. Developing and distributing violence prevention resources.. Coordinating partnership initiatives and programs.. Violence prevention is everyone's responsibility!.. A2N 2Z5.. (Tel) 709-643-1022.. (Fax) 709-643-2293..

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  • Title: Southwestern coalition to end violence : remove tracks
    Descriptive info: Important Note:.. If the person you fear is a computer expert, you should use a computer at school, the home of someone you trust, or at the public library instead, because it is not possible to remove all traces of where you have visited from your computer cache.. For the most part, clearing the cache and your browsing history will remove information about which sites you have been visiting and any confidential information left on your computer.. It is recommended that you clear your computer's cache after every session.. How to clear your tracks in Internet Explorer.. Go to the Tools menu at the top of your Internet screen.. Click on Internet  ...   computer.. To clear auto complete search fields, click on the content tab from the Internet Options, then click on auto complete button and then on clear forms.. How to clear your tracks in Firefox.. Click on Clear Private Data or Clear Recent History and then clear now.. If you are using Firefox 3.. 5 or newer you can turn on private browsing by clicking on Tools / Start Private Browsing.. Private Browsing.. allows you to browse the Internet without Firefox saving any data about which sites and pages you have visited.. When you are done with your browsing session you can turn off private browsing by clicking on Tools / Stop Private Browsing..

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  • Title: Southwestern Coalition to End Violence
    Descriptive info: World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.. Celebrating Seniors.. World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is June 15.. th.. George Coalition to End Violence hosted its six annual Senior s Kitchen Party at the Royal Canadian Legion on Saturday, June 9.. , 2012.. Once again, the event was filled with information booths and resources to assist seniors in many aspects of their life.. Guest Speaker Mary Hynes, President of the Twilight 50 Club in Port au Port, provided many examples of how seniors can stay involved and active.. Entertainment included the Twilight 50 Step Dancers, and music by The Kippers.. Approximately 100 seniors from all over the Bay St.. George Region participated..  ...   St.. The annual event is an opportunity to celebrate the contribution of seniors and to recognize World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.. By providing information and opportunities to stay connected we help to ensure the safety and well-being of our seniors.. For more information or resources, please contact Cheryl at the Bay St.. George Coalition to End Violence at 643-1022 or by e-mail at.. bsgceviolence@gmail.. Mary Hynes, Guest Speaker at the Senior s Kitchen Party encourages seniors to stay active and involved in their community.. The Twilight 50 Step dancers from Port au Port.. The Twilight 50 Step dancers from Port au Port.. Participants enjoying music performed by The Kippers..

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