KCA Survey To Identify Services In Economic Downturn

The Southeasten Alberta Sexual Assault Response Committee is looking to enhance family violence and bullying prevention. The Kind Communities Alliance is offering a survey to gauge what support services are needed both now and in the future.

The Southeasten Alberta Sexual Assault Response Committee is looking to enhance family violence and bullying prevention. The Kind Communities Alliance is offering a survey to gauge what support services are needed both now and in the future. Alliance Chair, Corrina Roth-Beacome, says despite similar surveys, there was no data regarding what is needed during economic downturn. “We were looking, as agencies, at trying to collect that data to find out really what families were needing in the way of support so that we could be pro-active.” Information provided in the survey remains anonymous and confidential. The survey can be found on the Committee's website. - Logan Piekema

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