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Teach-VIP violence and injury prevention and control resources This link will take you to another Web site (external site)
World Health Organization

Violence Against Women: Myths, Facts, Controversies This link will take you to another Web site (external site)
By Walter S. DeKeseredy
Toronto; University of Toronto Press, 2011, 192 p.

Making the Right Connections: Promoting positive mental health among BC youth Focus on youth who had been sexually abused This link will take you to another Web site (external site)
Vancouver; McCreary Centre Society, 2011, 2p.

Report on violence against women, mental health and substance abuse This link will take you to another Web site (external site) PDF
Vancouver: BC Society of Transition Houses, 2011, 44 p.

Literature Review on Concurrent Disorders in Victims of Domestic ViolenceThis link will take you to another Web site (external site) PDF
Prairie Research Associates for the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services, 2011, 36 p.

Research Brief: Resilience and Mental Health Outcomes This link will take you to another Web site (external site) PDFStewart, D. London, ON: PreVAiL (Preventing Violence Across the Lifespan Research Network), 2010, 4 p.

The Connection Between Violence, Trauma and Mental Illness in Women This link will take you to another Web site (external site) PDF
Prepared by Heather Pollett for the Canadian Mental Health Association, Newfoundland and Labrador, 2009, 8 p.

Making the links: Violence, trauma and mental health
From the Ad Hoc Working Group on Women, Mental Health, Mental Illness and Addictions, 2009

Improving the health of Canadians: Mental health, delinquency and criminal activity
Canadian Institute for Health Information, Ottawa: The Institute, 2008, 69p.

Freedom from Violence: Tools for Working with Trauma, Mental Health and Substance Use This link will take you to another Web site (external site)
Ending Violence Association of BC, 2007

"Violence Against Girls and Women: An Integrative Developmental Perspective," by Jacquelyn W. White and James M. Frabutt, and "Survivors of Male Violence: Research and Training Initiatives to Facilitate Recovery from Depression and PTSD This link will take you to another Web site (external site)"
By Veronica M. Herrera, Mary P. Koss, Jennifer Bailey, Nicole P. Yuan, and Erika L. Lichter IN Handbook of girls' and women's psychological health.
Worell, Judith; Goodheart, Carol D.
Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2005, 528 p.
ncfv/HQ1206/H236/2005

Violence and mental health in everyday life: prevention and intervention strategies for children and adolescents This link will take you to another Web site (external site)
By Flannery, Daniel J.
Lanham, MD: Altamira, 2006, 218 p.
ncfv/HQ784.V55/F585/2006

Women and Victimization: Contributing Factors, Interventions, and Implications This link will take you to another Web site (external site)
By TK Logan, Robert Walker, Carol E. Jordan, and Carl G. Leukefeld
Washington: American Psychological Association, 2005, 320 p.
ncfv/RC569.5.F3/W872/2006