survey photoViolence Prevention Grey Bruce is issuing one final call for participation in the STOP Sexual Violence survey. The survey is the first ever to examine local knowledge – and use – of sexual violence prevention programs and response resources in Grey and Bruce counties. It opened on December 5th and closes this Friday February 23rd. Up to now, more than 325 people have participated and organizers hope to mobilize at least another 75 responses before Friday at midnight.

Anyone over the age of 16 is invited and eligible to participate in the survey. It is entirely confidential and poses questions about different types of programs and resources proven to reduce sexual violence. By gathering local perspectives through the survey, Violence Prevention Grey Bruce hopes to better inform the delivery of local services.

STOP SV is an acronym for:
S – Social Norms that protect against sexual violence
T – Teach Skills to prevent sexual violence
O – Opportunities that empower and support girls and women
P – Protective Environments that reduce the risk of sexual violence
S/V- Support Victims and Survivors to lessen the harm of sexual violence

The survey link can be found through the Violence Prevention Grey Bruce Facebook page

and on their website at Participants are encouraged to share the survey link widely with friends, family, and coworkers to expand the conversation across Grey and Bruce.

Violence Prevention Grey Bruce is our regional Domestic Violence Community Coordinating Committee and has been working to examine and prevent violence for more than 20 years. As a coordinating committee, the group serves as a round table of community members and service providers working across sectors to engage citizens, conduct research, offer education and training, and coordinate a community response to violence.

Source:Media Release

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