Safety planning helps to keep us safe and protected. It helps us make informed decisions in a potentially harmful or dangerous situation. Here are some examples of safety plans that would help you stay safe in a dangerous situation.
Keep in mind that these are some guidelines and each situation is unique. If you are in immediate danger never hesitate to call 911.
BC Society of Transition Houses
- Technology Safety Plan Tip Sheet – https://bcsth.ca/techsafetytoolkit/technology-safety-plan-tip-sheet-for-women-and-anti-violence-workers/
- Technology Safety Planning Checklist – https://bcsth.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/8.-Technology-Safety-Planning-Check-List-for-Anti-Violence-Workers-March-2021.pdf
- A guide for Canadian Women experiencing technology-facilitated violence – https://bcsth.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/BCSTH-A-guide-for-Canadian-women-experiencing-technology-facilitated-violence-2019.pdf
Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General (MPSSG):
How to reach us for help
Are you at risk?
If you think you are at risk of or facing family/gender-based/intimate partner violence, seek help by reaching out to VLMFSS. Fill out our intake form.