We would like to wish you a safe & peaceful holiday and new year and thank you for helping us build resilient and empowered communities. Thank you for helping raise awareness of the services we provide and our fundraising events like JukeBox Mania and The Shoppers Drug Mart Run for Women by sharing our tweets and Facebook posts. […]
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Thank you for supporting Family Service Regina on #GivingTuesdayCA, November 29, 2016. We are extremely thankful for our partnership with the Regina Police Service and for everyone who has donated to Family Service Regina during our social media blitz #TogetherWeCan be #UNSELFIE campaign. Together, we raised $2258. That means 18 children traumatized by domestic violence will receive […]
November 29, 2016 is #GivingTuesdayCA To help us spread the word, create your own #GivingTuesdayCA #UNselfie Sign! STEP 1: CHOOSE AND PRINT ONE OF THE THREE SIGNS. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TEENPREGNANCY COUNSELLING STEP 2: WRITE YOUR OWN MESSAGE & TAKE A PICTURE WITH YOUR CUSTOM SIGN. STEP […]
Thanks Regina! This years Jukebox Mania raised over $36,000!
This post is an interview with FSR staff member Renee Hoffart, who researched Intergenerational Trauma stemming from Canada’s Indian Residential School System as part of her master’s studies. Renee is preparing this work for publication. A full copy of her thesis paper can be accessed here. Why did you decide on this topic for […]
In 2015, with the support of Prairie Action Foundation, PhD student Kimberley Zorn used Narrative Inquiry methodology to hear and identify themes in the experiences of female victims of criminal harassment in Regina, Saskatchewan. Here is what she found: Participants noticed red flags early on in their relationship. Partners began monitoring their phone calls, asking […]
Clearly, the person being hit, intimidated or humiliated and bullied in their own home is a victim. But IPV takes its toll on others as well. Individuals close to the one being abused are caught in the crossfire, and communities bear the cost. Who else does IPV hurt? The children – Children or teens of […]
Hello there. This is my first blog post on our fancy new website! Actually, this is my first blog post ever. I immediately volunteered to write something up for our new Blog because writing is my “thing”. I wanted to take this opportunity to talk about what I do at Family Service Regina . I’m […]
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