Family Violence Prevention Month
November is Family Violence Prevention Month
Family violence continues to affect the lives of many New Brunswickers. Violence does not belong in our homes or in our relationships. Eliminating family violence is not a task for one government, one community, one organization or one individual. Together, we must continue to promote education and awareness programs of family violence to ensure that the people we care most about have a safe place to live.
From back left: Dr. Matt Rogers, Acting Director of the Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre; Meranda McLaughlin, President of the Fergusson Foundation; Rebecca Francis, Executive Director of the Fergusson Foundation; and Minister of Tourism, Heritage and Culture and Minister responsible for Women’s Equality, Tammy Scott-Wallace.
For more information, please contact:
Women’s Equality Branch
Violence Prevention and Community Partnerships Initiatives (Unit)
20 McGloin St
PO Box 6000
Phone: (506) 453-8126