The Montreal Assault Prevention Centre and Respecting Elders, Communities Against Abuse (RECAA) are organising a benefit concert to be held at the Rialto Theatre on the 26th of April. We already have several musicians confirmed: Jordan Officer, Brad Barr, Katie Moore, Bud Rice and Urockaoke. This will not be your usual benefit concert. Stayed tuned for more information.
The Centre’s programming is based on an approach to prevention derived from the CAP Project. The theory developed by the originators of the CAP Project states that 3 factors increase the vulnerability of individuals or groups.
These three factors are:
By identifying what makes people vulnerable to assault we may work to reduce that vulnerability. The Centre’s workshops focus on:
We have a list of telephone numbers at your disposal. They included:
If you are interested in volunteering for the MAPC and helping us achieve our mandate of providing assault prevention education to the most vulnerable, please contact 514-284-1212 and ask for Beatriz Munoz (email@example.com) or David Singleton (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are especially in need of volunteers who can help us improve our fundraising practices or assist with improving our presence on social media and with the general public. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Stay informed of center activities and upcoming events. Don’t miss a thing!
I thought that the workshop was really informative. Now I know what to do if I am being attacked.
I learned the 3 rights, “Safe”, “Strong”, “Free”. I think the one sketch that touched me the most is the one with the uncle (Elsie), aunt (Virginie) and David.
Overall, I thought that the Children Assault Workshop was really helpful and I am really glad that they came to St. John Fischer.