The Toll Of Domestic Violence On Women’s Mental Health And Careers

Domestic violence leaves deep scars, but with the right support, survivors can heal and rebuild their lives. NGG stands as a testament to the power of education and empowerment in the face of adversity.

Domestic violence affects millions of women across Canada. It leaves a lasting scar on women’s mental health and can significantly hinder their careers. The “Narrowing the Gender Gap” (NGG) program, offered by StratHR Solutions Inc., recognizes the critical importance of addressing this issue and empowering survivors to rebuild their lives.

Career Consequences: How Mental Health Affects Work

The impact of domestic violence extends far beyond the home, seeping into every aspect of a survivor’s life, including their career. Mental health challenges can manifest at work as difficulty concentrating, low self-esteem, and increased absenteeism. Survivors may struggle to maintain their job performance, leading to missed promotions and opportunities.

NGG: A Beacon of Hope for Survivors

NGG understands the intricate link between domestic violence, mental health, and careers. By offering free training to survivors, NGG provides a lifeline to those who have faced unimaginable challenges. The program is designed not only to impart valuable skills but also to rebuild confidence and self-worth.

Healing Through Empowerment: NGG's Approach

NGG’s holistic approach recognizes that empowering women goes beyond imparting technical skills. It fosters resilience, emotional intelligence, and leadership skills to help survivors regain control over their lives. With NGG’s support, survivors can break free from the chains of their past and envision a brighter, more promising future.

Rebuilding Lives, Restoring Careers

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