Community Education Services
Staff can provide presentations to any group including schools, civic organizations, businesses, and churches. Presentations can be informational regarding what services are provided by the agency, or can be more educational in nature. Educational presentations can include dynamics of domestic violence and/or sexual assault, healthy relationships, bystander intervention, teen dating violence, etc.
Trained educators are available to provide programs for students of any age on a range of topics. Educational programs may include topics such as body safety, safe adults, dating violence prevention, bystander intervention, healthy relationships, etc.
Trained experts are available to provide professional training to anyone who regularly works with survivors of domestic or sexual violence such as law enforcement, medical staff, counseling and social work professionals, clergy, school faculty and staff. Topics can include red flags of abuse, how to handle a disclosure, safety planning, legal/medical rights of survivors, protective orders, special populations, etc.
For more information about public presentations and programs contact Sarah Slavenas.