Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS) will be hosting the Interfaith Teen Summit on Saturday, October 24 to discuss healthy relationships in a complicated world for students in grades 7-12 from 9:30am to 2:00pm.
On this annual, free 45-minute call, several national organizations, governmental agencies, local domestic violence programs, advocates, allies, survivors and their family and friends gather together to connect and refocus our efforts to end domestic violence. This year's call will feature the life story of Jacqueline Miller, who identifies as a childhood survivor of domestic violence. Dial (877) 594–8353, passcode 924-42-288# to join the call.
Join Kimesha Coleman Coaching in a special conversation that will leave you talking for weeks. Finding Your Voice is a 4-hour event especially designed for the healing woman that has survived either domestic violence or child abuse and is embracing being beautifully broken. This conversation will be held at inside the beauitful Artmore Hotel Cocktail Garden in Midtown. Food and beverages will be served. Tickets can be pruchased on Eventbrite.com.
This interactive community forum will feature several representatives from Family Counseling Services of Cortland County, SUNY Cortland, Cortland District Attorney’s Office, and Kristen Paruginog, Founder of Break the Silence against Domestic Violence who provide services to those affected by domestic violence. To register, please visit www.breakthesilencedv.org. For more information and to get involved, please call 607-756-8970, ext. 261 or email Heather Kehoe at HKehoe@fcscortland.org.
The North Bronx Section of the National Council of Negro Women is pleased to announce our domestic violence conference, “Focusing Our Efforts to Stop Domestic Violence!” We have joined with W.E.S.D.A., the Women's Empowerment Self-Defense Academy and CONNECT to discuss and promote Domestic Violence Awareness Month as we work together to prevent domestic violence and to help heal our community.
This "Real Life, Real Talk" event will feature guest speaker Miss Mahalia Watson, MA, formally from Tulsa, OK, and now a native of Jacksonville, AR. She is an educator, a motivational speaker, a recording artist, a runway model, an ordained evangelist, an author, and the founder of the much-acclaimed Anti-Fist Project. In 2010, Mahalia had an epiphany. A sister with scars, an aunt left paralyzed, and countless other women in her life inspired her to take “uniting a nation in protest against domestic violence” to another level.
Please join Masada Tactical and CHANA for our 7th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Month FREE Self-defense class. Learn a little about domestic violence in our community, resources in our neighborhoods, and learn a lot of different tools and techniques to protect your body. This class is free and open to women and teens of all ages and physical abilities. Come to snack and socialize, and leave knowing how to help a survivor of domestic violence. Kosher light refreshments will be provided. Please bring a bottle of water and wear comfortable clothing.