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Adolescents who experience dating violence are not only at an increased risk of being physically injured, but are also more likely to report binge drinking, suicide attempts, physical fighting, and sexual activity.The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is pleased to invite eligible organizations to submit applications to advance promising programs and initiatives to prevent gender-based violence (GBV) in the form of teen/youth dating violence in Canada. The first step is the submission of a Letter of Intent.
Applicants must also provide a detailed research and evaluation plan that will measure outcomes and impacts related to preventing and addressing teen/youth dating violence, and contribute to the evidence base about effective interventions and approaches.
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The Government of Canada is focused on outcomes for Canadians and making evidence-based decisions that are anchored in meaningful data and indicators.
Applicants must provide clear evidence that supports the use of the proposed program or initiative to prevent and address teen/youth dating violence.