Ten Steps to Creating Safe Environments is a resource for organizations and communities to help in the development, implementation and monitoring of concrete actions to prevent, reduce, mitigate and respond to interpersonal violence—physical, sexual, emotional, and neglect.
This resource is very important because Interpersonal violence—people hurting other people—is a large problem around the world and often occurs within organizations and communities.
The consequences of violence are harmful and staggering for individuals, families and whole societies. To address violence, organizations and communities have a very important role to play.
The training would assist your community or organization in identifying risks and gaps that exist and we would work together to create community-based solutions to address those risks and gaps in order to create a safe community in which our children and families can thrive.
If you are interested in learning more about the program, or would like to have the training come to your community, please call us at 1-866-804-7278. You can also find more information about the Ten Steps resource by visiting the Red Cross website.
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