Awareness and education are the keys to adult abuse, neglect, and self-neglect prevention. For the local Community Response Networks (CRNs), it takes knowledge, creativity, and
Sometimes, being in the right place at the right time with the right people results in an opportunity that benefits all involved. As a result
Be sure to include BC CRN’s outreach programs on your back-to-school shopping list! Based on feedback we’ve received to date, we’ve modified and expanded our
Meet Lorraine of the Gitxsan Nation in Northwestern BC. (“My Indigenous name is Baby Skin.”) She is a well-respected traditional medicine woman in her community,
BC CRN’s team of Regional Mentors helps communities establish Community Response Networks (CRNs). Mentors provide ongoing local support in the coordination of responses to abuse,
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