Researchers from Western University are leading a national study aimed at improving the health and quality of life of women who have separated, or are in the process of separating, from an abusive partner.
This study involves testing a new community-based program, called iHEAL (Intervention for Health Enhancement and Living) with women who qualify.
In Ontario, women living in London-Middlesex or Sarnia-Lambton may be eligible to take part. Those who are interested in taking part are invited to visit ihealstudy.ca from a safe computer to learn more.
We appreciate the support of community partners in reaching women who may qualify. Information about how you can help is also posted on the website (www.ihealstudy.ca) under the ‘partners’ tab, along with downloadable flyer.