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CBC: Family lawyer of woman abducted in Wasaga Beach questions if police took her safety seriously. “She needs to have that safety plan put into place,” said Paula Del Cid Shelter Services Manager at Interval House. “They could have connected her with safe shelters.”
CBC: VIDEO: Elnaz Hajtamiri was abducted from her relatives’ home in Wasaga Beach, Ont., in January. Forward to 14:00 to watch her story and 16m:30s to see Paula Del Cid, Interval House Shelter Services Manager explain the importance of support services available at shelters for women in crisis.
Applied Arts Awards: Best Website/Microsite. The Way to Live looks like a regular lifestyle site. But when a woman holds down the ESCAPE key, it turns into ‘The Way to Leave’, a resource that helps women leave their abusers safely.
Sun News: The ugly side of technology (OFFLINE)
Abuse Survivors Face Unique Barriers to Success, Study Says
New study by Interval House shows 37% of Ontarians blame victims for not leaving abuse
1 in 6 Canadians reveal their Mother was a Victim of Domestic Abuse
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