The Final Unification Program: Final Evaluation Report

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The types of projects being funded include public awareness campaigns, conferences, workshops, stress and anger management seminars, support groups and community needs assessments. 1.2 The FVPP assists First Nations in providing access to culturally appropriate family violence shelter services and prevention activities to women, children and families ordinarily resident on-reserve. 1.3 The expected outcome of the Family Violence Prevention Program is the enhanced safety and security of First Nations women and children by providing family violence prevention and protection services. 1.4 The FVPP reimburses some provincial governments and the Yukon the per diem costs for services provided to women, children and families considered ordinarily resident on reserve accessing shelters off reserve.

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Publisher: CWLA Press (Child Welfare League of America) (January 1998)

ISBN: 0878687262

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