Yellow Brick House is committed to ending violence against women, and an informed and aware public is an important step in that journey. Take a look at the education programs we provide, and ask how you can participate.
Classroom/Group Workshops: Specifically designed for students in Grades 7- 12, trained facilitators provide dynamic and interactive workshops (now virtual!)
For teaching professionals who would like to facilitate discussion about Healthy Relationships with their students, this innovative on-line tool involves training modules on abuse and healthy relationships.
Upon successful completion of modules, you gain access to 10 downloadable lesson plans for ages 13-17. These plans provide discussion prompts, activities and resources specific to the topic of interest.
Funding for this unique program was provided by Ontario Trillium Foundation
Now offering virtual workshops!
Healthy Homes provides information and workshops to newcomers and immigrants to Canada about abuse and healthy relationships.
We may be able to partner with you to offer workshops at no cost!
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Organizations may seek professional guidance regarding a variety of topics. Workshops and educational assistance facilitated by Yellow Brick House include the development of training for staff on topics related to:
Corporate workshops vary and may be developed to meet your organization’s needs. To inquire further about how we can help, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yellow Brick House is pleased to announce we have been awarded a three-year grant by the Ontario Trillium Foundation to fund the Stepping Up Program.
Starting with Seneca College, Yellow Brick House will be partnering with other post-secondary institutions over the remainder of the grant timeframe to deliver a program that engages post-secondary students as peer facilitators to challenge the attitudes, myths and stigma around dating violence and sexual assault.
Stepping Up is an evidence-based program originally developed and implemented at Mount Royal University in Calgary. It engages students of all backgrounds and genders in peer-facilitated events and projects. The topics addressed include healthy relationships, gender & media, sexual relationships, and bystander intervention. Student participants will work towards creating awareness campaigns and solutions that combat dating and sexual violence and abuse on their campuses. Funding for this program comes from Ontario Trillium Foundation.