These are all toolkits that have been developed to help improve our communities. They are free to download, modify or use. If you are modifying them or using them, we ask that you please email and provide us with the revised toolkit or tell us how you are using the toolkit.

Violence Intervention Program

This tookit is for everyone to learn to recognize relationship violence, intervente safely and connect survivors to resources. We are offering free 3 hour workshops in June/July. Email to register

Men Who Suffer Abuse

This toolkit is for those men who suffer in silience. It has signs/symptoms and where to get help.

PDF iconPeer Mentor Manual for Middle and High Schools - This toolkit was prepared by community schools and nursing students. It is a peer to peer training manual that can be used in leadership, justice classes or with community clubs. Each module can be offered on its own.

Community Champions Toolkit 

The following toolkits are a resource that have been designed to provide awareness and information on how best to recognize the signs of relationship violence, how to safely respond to that violence and how to support someone experiencing violence. 


Domestic Violence Toolkit for Bartenders and Salon Professionals 

This toolkit was prepared for the Network to Eliminate Violence in Relationships. It was created as part of a student project within the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program (BSN) at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU). Dr. Balbir Gurm, Nursing Faculty, supervised this project, and students were mentored and supported by Melissa Granum of the Delta Police Department and by Jim Cessford, former Delta Police Chief. This toolkit is based on an earlier toolkit that was created by KPU BSN-PB students who were supervised by Dr. Balbir Gurm, Nursing Faculty and mentored and supported by Sobhana Daniel, Executive Director, Provincial Office of Domestic Violence.  


Domestic Violence Toolkit for Healthcare Providers in BC 

 This is a student project for Nursing 5610 in the BSN-PB program for Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) supervised by Dr. Balbir Gurm, Nursing Faculty at KPU, and supported by Sobhana Daniel, Executive Director at the Provincial Office of Domestic Violence (PODV).


PDF iconEarly Years Toolkit 

This is a toolkit created by the government along with partners for working with the young children.