Surrey Coalition Against Domestic Abuse
Surrey Coalition Against Domestic Abuse (SCADA) brings together community organizations who specialize in addressing and reducing domestic abuse.
Agencies who specialize in reducing domestic abuse use SCADA to learn from each other in open dialogue and collaboration and to get up-to-date on all new techniques, practices and services.
The City of Surrey set up SCADA as a sub-committee created from 2 larger stakeholder forums hosted by Councillor Barinder Rasode in June 2009 and January 2010.
Find help from Surrey's community partners and resources if you or someone you know is a victim of domestic abuse.
Meetings and events
Domestic Abuse Conference December 2012
SCADA's 3rd annual conference for Surrey-based service providers on December 5, 2012, is for people working in the area of domestic abuse.
This year’s theme, “Looking Through the Lens: Teen Dating Abuse” was developed based on feedback from previous event evaluations as an area of interest and need.
Resources and reference
Surrey and White Rock Resource List (PDF. New window.) from Surrey Women's Centre, prepared by Kwantlen nursing students.
The Surrey Coalition Against Domestic Abuse focuses on the 4th strand of Surrey's Crime Reduction Strategy: to rehabilitate and reintegrate.