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Or reach the National Domestic Violence Hotline
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Only 306 days before the start of DVAM 2015...

Know Your Rights: The Legal System Response to Dating Abuse

Young survivors of dating abuse have a multitude of resources available to them, but many young people (and their supporters) do not know their legal options. Learn the ways that the legal system can help young people end abusive relationships and stay safe. Click here to register: https://breakthecycle.ilinc.com/register/rffjytt

Youth Perspectives on Dating Abuse

Join members of Love is Respect's National Youth Advisory Board as they discuss dating abuse, healthy relationships and how to help a friend experiencing abuse. Click here to register: https://breakthecycle.ilinc.com/register/ptbcpyk

First Look - A Guide to Break the Cycle's TDVAM Events

 
In this webinar, participants will learn about what has been planned throughout the month of February for Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month and how they can get involved. Click here to register: https://breakthecycle.ilinc.com/register/zszfxmk

Domestic Violence, Gender, and Culture: Shining a Light

The Sexuality, Women & Gender Project (SWG) invites the community for an event in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), taking place at Teachers College on October 17th from 6-9pm. A panel discussion on the role of gender and culture in domestic/intimate partner violence will be followed by a wine reception. This is a complimentary event, but RSVP is required as space is limited. Please wear purple this day to Teachers College in solidarity of DVAM and in particular to the event!
 
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Together We Can

Join us for an evening of discussion, art, and engagement. Together, we can create a healthier, more respectful future for Sitka!

Love, Sex, Lies: An Intimacy Checkup

"Join us for Love, Sex and Lies: an Intimacy Check-Up! This screening event for intimate partner violence is in its 7th year on the Auraria campus, engaging more than 1000 students, faculty and staff in conversations about healthy (and unhealthy) relationships and providing vital resources to people in need. As an added bonus, every participant gets free pizza and a chair massage! The event is designed to be a proactive tool to prevent future incidents of violence through education and support.  
 

24th Annual Report to the Community on Domestic & Sexual Violence

This annual report is sponsored by the Syracuse Area Domestic & Sexual Violence Coalition. Come hear a list of accomplishments, legislative updates, community partnerships, priorities for the upcoming year and stories by survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
 

Know Your Rights!

In observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago will be providing free, high-quality information, advice and resources to the general public. Information being provided include how to properly fill out an order of protection, where to go for help, and actions that warrant obtaining an order of protection. Presenters will also discuss the cycle of domestic violence, signs of abuse, and steps to end an abusive relationship.
 
 
 

9th Annual Brown Bag Lunch Series

Every Wednesday in October, the Shelter for Help in Emergency will host a Brown Bag Lunch from 12noon to 1pm. Speakers from across the state will come to present a brief educational presentation highlighting a specific issue faced by domestic violence victims and their children. All are open to the public; we encourage you to bring your lunch and take part in these informative discussions.

"In Plain Sight" 7th Annual Domestic Violence Conference

 
TurnAround, Baltimore County DSS, and the Domestic Violence Coordinating Council invite the community to their 7th Annual Domestic Violence Conference, featuring Keynote Speaker Leslie Morgan Steiner, author of "Crazy Love” and a panel moderated by Tracy Brown, Executive Director of the Woman's Law Center. Morning and afternoon workshops include:
 

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