Below you will find a variety of downloadable resource pamphlets and guides. Please feel free to print and distribute to your networks and clients.
Getting Out Guide & Safety Planner
The Getting Out Guide will help you identify the signs of an abusive relationship and how to leave a dangerous situation.
The Safety Planner offers guidance on what to take with you, where you can go, and who you can contact for help.
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The Link Informational Brochures
The Saskatchewan SPCA has developed a series of brochures outlining pet safety planning and how to recognize and report abuse.
Protecting the Victims of Domestic Violence and their Animals Through the Use of Protective Orders
Ownership of animals is a barrier for many victims of interpersonal violence and abuse when seeking assistance at domestic violence shelters or transition houses. While many pet owners view their animals as members of the family, the Canadian legal system views animals as a form of “property.” Only two Canadian provinces include the terms “pets” or “animals” under their respective family violence legislation.