The Kingston Frontenac Anti-Violence Coordinating Committee (KFACC)
is a group of organizations from various sectors, all committed to decreasing domestic and sexual violence by raising awareness and promoting a coordinated community approach to developing and delivering services for victims/survivors, and their families.

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THE KINGSTON FRONTENAC ANTI-VIOLENCE COORDINATING COMMITTEE IS A GROUP WORKING TOGETHER AT THE LOCAL LEVEL TO END DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE.

WE INCLUDE AGENCIES PROVIDING SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF PARTNER ABUSE AND/OR SEXUAL VIOLENCE, THEIR CHILDREN, THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS, AND AGENCIES THAT WORK WITH PERPETRATORS. SOME OF THE SECTORS REPRESENTED ON OUR COMMITTEE ARE LAW ENFORCEMENT AND JUSTICE, SHELTER AND HOUSING, HEALTH, AND COUNSELLING SUPPORT.

KFACC STRIVES TO WORK TOWARD THE ERADICATION OF VIOLENCE BY PROMOTING INDIVIDUAL AND COMMUNITY AWARENESS OF ISSUES RELATING TO DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE. IN ADDITION, WE HAVE ESTABLISHED, IMPLEMENTED AND WORK TOGETHER TO SUSTAIN A COORDINATED COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE.

OUR COMMITTEE AND SUBCOMMITTEES PROBLEM-SOLVE AND DEVELOP VARIOUS PROJECTS TO HELP IDENTIFY GAPS IN SERVICES, CREATE PUBLIC AWARENESS, OFFER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND CREATE RELEVANT INFORMATIONAL AND OTHER RESOURCES.

Our Protocols

OUR PROTOCOLS

In 2003, CCADAOW developed a Partner Abuse Protocol for service providers. The Sexual Assault Protocol was launched in 2008 by the Sexual Assault Emergency Protocol Committee. Both now managed by KFACC, these documents have helped establish a coordinated community response to sexual and domestic violence. They set out guidelines and best practices for providing services to victims, and facilitate strengthened communication and cooperation among service providers.

Partner Abuse Protocol

KFACC Partner Abuse Protocol

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Protocol Training

KFACC offers members, affiliates, and other interested organizations the opportunity to have their staff take online and in-person training Continue reading “Protocol Training”

Sexual Assault Protocol

KFACC Sexual Assault Protocol