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• Inasmuch House 905-529-8600 • Fem-aide 1-877-336-2433
• Good Shepherd 905-523-6277
• SACHA 905-525-4162
• Native Women's Centre 1-888-308-6559
• COAST (mental health) 905-972-8338
• Hamilton Interval House 905-387-8881

Connect, Engage, Empower

Fostering exchange to support individuals affected by domestic violence

 1 in Four: the domestic violence project invites you to join women, survivors, service providers and community members in Hamilton to celebrate our 2-year anniversary as we launch our new resource database in collaboration with Information Hamilton.1 in Four

When: August 12 at 2 p.m.

Where: 5th floor, Hamilton Public Library, Central location (55 York Blvd.)

What: Find out how our new resource database can support your work in eradicating domestic violence.

Keynote by: Jessica Prominski of Hollaback Hamilton, a movement dedicated to ending street harassment using online and mobile technology.

Free event. RSVP at https://1infourredbooklaunch.eventbrite.ca

About 1 in Four:  Formed by women survivors of domestic violence, 1 in Four is a grassroots volunteer organization committed to helping women in the Hamilton area support themselves as they struggle with issues of domestic violence. It aims to connect affected women with established community services and engage communities in challenging their perceptions of domestic violence.

 About Information Hamilton:  As Hamilton’s Information & Referral (I&R) agency, Information Hamilton connects people to human services by helping them identify, find and access the services they need. We gather, organize and share information about the community and government services in Hamilton. Visit The Red Book of Hamilton to access up-to-date information on services and Child Care Information Hamilton, a comprehensive database for parents and caregivers.

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About cass

34y/o single mother of one. A survivor of Domestic Violence; an advocate for change to the current Canadian legal system -- stronger sentencing for perpetrators of DV crimes. I believe in advocacy as a means to change. I believe in using your voice to make a difference. I believe in standing up for what is right and standing up for those who can't. I believe in educating young girls and boys of the future generations that there is always a choice and that violence is not the right choice. "Be the change you wish to see in the world" -- Gandhi.

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