Teen Dating Violence: A Parent’s Workshop on Tough Conversations

Join the Office of Domestic Violence Strategies for Teen Dating Violence: A Parents’ Workshop on Tough Conversations. This lunch and learn session will share information about teen dating violence, demonstrate conversation starters for talking about healthy relationships, and answer audience questions. There will be panelists from Lutheran Settlement House, Women Against Abuse, and Congreso de Latinos Unidos.

2023-07-18T10:57:33-04:00July 18th, 2023|, , , , |

Inspired & Healed Women’s Workshop

The Inspired & Healed Workshop is for any woman who is feeling lost, alone, is struggling with finding purpose, needs healing or fellowship, and/or is just looking to be the best version of herself. This interactive live workshop will stretch you in a way that promotes mind, body and spirit healing, connects to your authentic self, and gives you permission to love and accept YOU.

2023-07-17T13:33:18-04:00July 17th, 2023|, , |

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

February is Dating Violence Awareness Month & 2020 marks the 10th anniversary of efforts to end Dating Violence. Enough is enough! Everyone deserves healthy relationships. We can influence change in how we treat our partners and how we respond to acts of abuse. Take ACTION and put an END to Dating Violence. Teen dating violence is remarkably common, yet it is rarely discussed. According to national statistics, 1 in 3 girls in the U.S. will experience some sort of dating violence, according to the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Are You [...]

2020-02-01T07:39:31-05:00February 1st, 2020|Awareness, Domestic Violence|

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Teen dating violence is remarkably common, yet it is rarely discussed. According to national statistics, 1 in 3 girls in the U.S. will experience some sort of dating violence, according to the National Youth Risk Behavior Survey. What you can do If you are worried about a friend or family member, here are some tips to guide your conversation: Be supportive – Let the person first talk about what they like about their relationship. Ask how they met and what they like to do together before you voice your concerns. It [...]

2019-02-01T01:00:36-05:00February 1st, 2019|Awareness, Domestic Violence|
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