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Apps & Tools

These are some apps and websites to help you if you or someone you know is a victim of violence or abuse.

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myPlan App

myPlan is a tool to help with safety decisions if you, or someone you care about, is experiencing abuse in their intimate relationship.

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Cool Not Cool

Cool Not Cool is an app about friends and relationships where you choose what's cool and what's not cool.

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Love is Respect

This interactive site has information and quizzes to help you figure out whether your relationship is healthy, assessing yourself as a partner, how to find the right supports for someone who needs it, and more.

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Say Something

Say Something helps to change attitudes and behaviours that perpetuate sexual violence. The site's goals include dispelling myths about sexual assault, raising awareness (with resources on how to offer or to get help), educating bystanders on their role, and empowering them to take action.

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That’s Not Cool

That's Not Cool's interactive website, tools, and resources support young people as they learn to recognize, avoid, and prevent dating violence in their lives. The site also provides tools, resources, and technical assistance to adult allies—such as educators and advocates—working with youth leaders or young people experiencing dating violence.

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NeedHelpNow.ca

NeedHelpNow.ca helps teens stop the spread of sexual pictures or videos and provides support along the way. If you or someone you know has been negatively impacted by a self/peer exploitation incident, this site is here to help offer guidance on the steps you can take to get through it.

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WAVAW Rape Crisis Centre

WAVAW provides immediate emotional support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year through our 24-Hour Crisis Line.

Our toll-free, confidential Crisis Line is answered by empathetic and skilled support workers. Crisis Line support workers are there to listen, to provide non-judgmental support and if needed, to provide information on available counselling services or referrals to other community programs and organizations.

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