Centre Against Abuse Launches New Website

February 15, 2018

The Centre Against Abuse [CAA] has launched a new website that aims to provide information regarding abusive relationships of all kinds, offering a number of resources to the community.

A spokesperson said, “Do you know what love looks like? Centre Against Abuse is inviting the community to visit our new website and to also check out our new logo that was branded to reflect our services for both domestic abuse and sexual assault awareness, and to learn what love looks like.

“The new website was created with the user in mind and provides visitors with information for survivors of sexual assault and domestic abuse; family and friends to help them best understand and support a survivor; stakeholders and donors to help them to understanding the vital services that CAA provides to our community; and options to donate your time, resources and funds

“Our ‘Resource’ section houses information that includes a relationship checklist to determine if you are in an abusive relationship’ guidelines for helping someone who has been sexually assaulted; guidelines for helping someone who is a survivor of domestic abuse; information to assist you to determine if you have been sexually assaulted; and much more.

“CAA’s new logo, which is featured on every page of the website, reflects the colours purple for domestic abuse, and teal for sexual assault, which are both global colours. The semicircles on either side of the figure symbolizes a person breaking free of the chains of domestic abuse and or sexual assault. The use of one person in a neutral colour represents any adult, male or female who is affected, and wants to break free of the abuse.

“Our website was formatted to work across desktops, tablets and mobile phones, and we invite you to check us out on any of these mediums and give us your feedback on our new website by posting comments on our Facebook page Centre-Against-Abuse-CAA.”

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