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Little Warriors is a Alberta-based charitable organization focused on the awareness, prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse. They also advocate on behalf of and with child sexual abuse survivors.

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The Be Brave Ranch by Ray LaBonte and Family is a specialized, trauma-informed evidence-based, treatment centre focused on helping kids who have been sexually abused, as well as their families. The program is for girls and boys from 8-12 years old and girls between the ages of 13 and 16.

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Offered in person and online by Little Warriors, Prevent It! is an evidence-based educational workshop developed in conjunction with researchers at the University of Alberta. Little Warriors has recently released an Indigenous version of the workshop. This was developed with input and feedback from several Indigenous communities across Canada.

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Little Warriors recently launched a new program called the Be Brave Bridge Community Program; available to all teens all across Canada. The online, module-based program provides information, resources, tools and support services for teens ages 12-17 in an interactive, age appropriate way.

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Give * Amplify * Connect Podcast

In this, our first episode of Give Amplify Connect, we are talking with Glori Meldrum. As a survivor of child sexual abuse, Glori founded Little Warriors and the Be Brave Ranch, a first-of-its-kind, world-class, evidence-based treatment centre to help children, teens and families around the world who have been impacted by sexual abuse.
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Prevent It! Workshop

The Wolfe Pack Warriors are organizing a virtual Prevent It! workshop for Monday, March 27, 2023 at 6pm to 9pm.
Can't make it to our workshop date? You can book your own Prevent It! workshop as an individual or a group! These sessions are available online or in-person.
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Check this page or our social media channels for the release date and where to watch it.

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