I Need to Be Safe
Attributes to meet: PDF: Download File, Information Cards
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Information Card, 2015
This information card for the general public provides information on how domestic violence affects children.
Domestic Violence and Young Children
Fact Sheet, 2015
Intimate partner violence (domestic violence, partner abuse) refers to abuse that occurs within an intimate relationship. Intimate partner violence can happen in any intimate relationship regardless of income, length, living arrangements, marital status, or social status. This fact sheet discusses the impact of witnessing intimate partner violence on young children.SKU: 8-302
HIV…it’s Different Now.
Saskatchewan continues to have high rates of HIV infection. Due to the availability of antiretroviral medication, HIV is no longer classified as a death sentence, but is instead seen as a manageable chronic disease. Women who are living with HIV are faced with many challenges when they discover they are pregnant, are pregnant and discover they are living with HIV, or are considering having a baby while living with HIV.
This poster shares the message that with appropriate treatment and prenatal care, women living with HIV can have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies.SKU: 7-019
Domestic Violence and Pregnancy
Fact Sheet, 2019
Domestic violence (DV), also referred to as intimate partner violence, includes physical, psychological, verbal, sexual, spiritual, and financial abuse and aggression that is committed by a spouse, common-law partner, or romantic partner. This fact sheet focuses on domestic violence during pregnancy. It provides information about the signs of DV and the effects of DV on the pregnant woman and the fetus. Links are provided to screening tools and resources to help health and allied healthcare providers support pregnant women experiencing DV.SKU: 2-435