Community awareness and prevention education
At Alice House, much of our work is in response to instances of intimate partner violence. However, we know that to achieve a society free of violence, we need to increase public awareness and ensure our communities have the information they need to stop abuse before it begins. We deliver early intervention and educational workshops, focusing on creating healthy relationships and recognizing signs of abuse. Alice House facilitates community awareness presentations and training across Nova Scotia on the topics of Intimate Partner Violence, Gender Based Violence, and Respectful Relationships.
To schedule a presentation or training session, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
See below for more information about our education offerings.
Ally 2 Alice
This free, 1-hour presentation covers types of intimate partner violence, warning signs, health consequences, and information about Alice House.
SmartAlice Intimate Partner Violence Bystander Intervention Training is an intensive full-day (6 hour) program designed for employers, case managers, health care workers, human resource professionals, community leaders, and other allies.
Alice Intimate Partner Violence Policy Consultation
This is available for employers concerned that they are not doing enough to recognize Intimate Partner Violence that happens in the workplace and/or support employees experiencing violence in the home.
Healing Hearts Youth Education Program
Healing Hearts is designed to build language and critical thinking skills surrounding respectful relationships with youth ages 14-15. Alice House aims to disrupt the cycle of intimate partner violence by explaining to youth the difference between a healthy and unhealthy relationship.
Answers to our most frequently asked questions about our education and awareness workshops and presentations.