Visual Tools

These infographics and information sheets aim to inform people of the many facets of domestic violence, including warning signs, as well as the ways in which people can help. These are meant for both personal use as well as in the workplace. Here are some of the ways we suggest they can be used:

  • Posted in the workplace (i.e. the lunch area, meeting spaces, or entryway)
  • Shared on social media - either personal channels or workplace channels
  • Posted on your website 
  • Used in relevant presentations for the workplace
  • Shared in common spaces, such as schools, shelters, co-op housing, apartment or condo lobbies, etc.

You can tag us on Twitter with @NFFOntario or on Facebook @NeighboursFriendsFamilies, as we always appreciate seeing these important products used. If you have any questions or feedback, please don't hesitate to email us at nff@uwo.ca

We will continually be adding relevant content to share, so please bookmark this page and check back periodically.

5 things to know about consent

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5 things to know about consent

5 ways to help an abused co-worker

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5 ways to help an abused co-worker infogrpahic

 

Did you know... Abuse comes in many forms: physical, sexual, emotional/verbal, financial

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"Did you know?" infographic

Domestic Violence - Is there a risk of death?

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Domestic Homicide - Is there a risk of death? Infographic

Domestic Violence - Common Risk Factors for Domestic Homicide Infographic

Helping Abused Women

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Helping Abused Women Infographic

Indigenous Women & Domestic Violence

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Indigenous Women & Domestic Violence Infographic

Warning Signs of Abuse

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Warning Signs of Abuse Infographic

What do Women's Shelters Really Need? Money or Stuff?

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What Do Women`s Shelters Really Need?

Bystander Basics

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Bystander Basics