April 2021 - DC is committed to providing students with a high-quality academic experience. During the provincial emergency and stay-at-home order, in-person learning activities and campus operations may be impacted. For a full list of what is open or operating virtually, please visit our COVID-19 spring semester page.Learn more about courses and services being offered remotely. COVID-19 Pre-entry Screening Questionnaire Report if you are unwell
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In this course, students conduct research, identify and evaluate the vast array of community, provincial and national services for victims of crime, including financial remedies, counselling, mental health, medical, and addiction services, all within an anti-oppressive framework. Students learn to facilitate interagency communication and multidisciplinary case management. Students gain practice in identifying and assessing the needs of victims, discerning the most appropriate referrals, and presenting strategies and approaches that can be used to advocate for victims within and between various systems.
Many of the photos on this website were taken prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.