The Safe Integration Project was developed prevent and respond to family violence within newcomer families coming from conflict zones. It focuses on identifying risk factors of family violence related to pre-migration stressors as well as cultural differences in the early stages of their arrival of these families to Canada. It was implemented in collaboration with Cross-Cultural Learner Centre (CCLC). A safe integration worker will interview the individual/family and assess their needs and accordingly will cooperate with the person to develop a support plan.The support plan will include all other team workers involved in the case. This may include settlement counselor, child protection worker, family counselor, a woman’s advocate and/or a support person from the community of origin. An intervention team will build a circle of support and continue with the individual/family throughout different steps of the support plan. This project was made possible through grants from the Ministry of the Attorney General.