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  • Voices Rising, NCADV's 17th National Conference on Domestic Violence

    Sep 23rd, 2018
    All-day Event
    1 W Exchange St, Providence, RI 02903

    At Voices Rising, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence will focus on HOW we do our work. The intention is to delve deeper into the causes of violence and its impact and effect on individuals, communities and our nation. The conference will also highlight how we can continue to use our voices to make change.

    For more information, please visit www.ncadv.org/conference

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  • Voices Rising, NCADV's National Conference on Domestic Violence

    Sep 23rd, 2018
    All-day Event
    1 W Exchange St., Providence, RI 02903

    At Voices Rising, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence will focus on HOW we do our work. The intention is to delve deeper into the causes of violence and its impact and effect on individuals, communities and our nation. The conference will also highlight how we can continue to use our voices to make change.

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  • Voices Rising, NCADV's 17th National Conference on Domestic Violence

    Sep 24th, 2018
    All-day Event
    1 W Exchange St, Providence, RI 02903

    At Voices Rising, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence will focus on HOW we do our work. The intention is to delve deeper into the causes of violence and its impact and effect on individuals, communities and our nation. The conference will also highlight how we can continue to use our voices to make change.

    For more information, please visit www.ncadv.org/conference

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  • Voices Rising, NCADV's National Conference on Domestic Violence

    Sep 24th, 2018
    All-day Event
    1 W Exchange St., Providence, RI 02903

    At Voices Rising, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence will focus on HOW we do our work. The intention is to delve deeper into the causes of violence and its impact and effect on individuals, communities and our nation. The conference will also highlight how we can continue to use our voices to make change.

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  • Voices Rising, NCADV's 17th National Conference on Domestic Violence

    Sep 25th, 2018
    All-day Event
    1 W Exchange St, Providence, RI 02903

    At Voices Rising, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence will focus on HOW we do our work. The intention is to delve deeper into the causes of violence and its impact and effect on individuals, communities and our nation. The conference will also highlight how we can continue to use our voices to make change.

    For more information, please visit www.ncadv.org/conference

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  • Voices Rising, NCADV's National Conference on Domestic Violence

    Sep 25th, 2018
    All-day Event
    1 W Exchange St., Providence, RI 02903

    At Voices Rising, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence will focus on HOW we do our work. The intention is to delve deeper into the causes of violence and its impact and effect on individuals, communities and our nation. The conference will also highlight how we can continue to use our voices to make change.

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  • 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training

    Sep 25th, 2018
    All-day Event
    Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District Forsyth Conference Room 201 West Bay Street Savannah, GA 31401

    The Center for Health and Safety Culture of the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University is hosting their 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training on September 25-27 in Savannah, GA. The framework embraces a cultural approach, is grounded in the latest science, and includes positive norms in improving health and safety. This 2.5-day training is designed to address a wide variety of issues including (but not limited to) substance misuse, traffic safety, and violence prevention.

     

    The 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training is for those interested in:

    • becoming a more effective prevention leader in their community or organization;
    • communicating effectively to advocate for prevention, health, and safety; or
    • learning how to better understand and align effective strategies.

     

    The training covers the Center's seven-step, cultural transformation process and initiates the development of skills in three critical areas: leadership, communication, and the integration of effective strategies. Participants will leave with an understanding of how culture influences behavior, how we can cultivate cultural transformation, and the benefits of a comprehensive, positive approach. This training is an excellent opportunity to engage with others doing similar work across the country and move towards cultivating a culture that supports and sustains health and safety.

     

    The Center for Health and Safety Culture is offering a discounted early registration price until August 10, 2018 at 11:59 PM (MDT). Standard registration ends on September 11, 2018, at 11:59 PM (MDT). The registration price includes registration, a Positive Culture Framework manual, other training materials, all-day beverages, breakfast, and morning and afternoon snacks. 

     

    Please visit www.chsculture.org/training for more information on the venue, hotel room block, pricing, and more.

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  • 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training

    Sep 25th, 2018
    All-day Event
    Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District, 201 West Bay Street, Savannah, GA 31401

    A Foundation for Cultural Transformation

    The Positive Culture Framework (PCF) is an approach based on the Center for Health and Safety Culture's latest research about improving health and safety in our communities and organizations. The framework builds on shared values, beliefs, and attitudes that already exist in a culture to promote health and safety. 

    Our 2.5-day Positive Culture Framework (PCF) Training provides a foundation for efforts to improve health and safety that address a wide variety of issues including (but not limited to) substance abuse, traffic safety, and violence prevention. The PCF Training will cover our cultural transformation process and initiate the development of skills in three critical areas: leadership, communication, and the integration of effective strategies. Participants will leave with an understanding of how culture influences behavior, how we can cultivate cultural transformation, and specific next steps for implementing this process for transforming culture to achieve community health and safety goals.

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  • Voices Rising, NCADV's 17th National Conference on Domestic Violence

    Sep 26th, 2018
    All-day Event
    1 W Exchange St, Providence, RI 02903

    At Voices Rising, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence will focus on HOW we do our work. The intention is to delve deeper into the causes of violence and its impact and effect on individuals, communities and our nation. The conference will also highlight how we can continue to use our voices to make change.

    For more information, please visit www.ncadv.org/conference

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  • Voices Rising, NCADV's National Conference on Domestic Violence

    Sep 26th, 2018
    All-day Event
    1 W Exchange St., Providence, RI 02903

    At Voices Rising, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence will focus on HOW we do our work. The intention is to delve deeper into the causes of violence and its impact and effect on individuals, communities and our nation. The conference will also highlight how we can continue to use our voices to make change.

    Learn more

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  • 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training

    Sep 26th, 2018
    All-day Event
    Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District Forsyth Conference Room 201 West Bay Street Savannah, GA 31401

    The Center for Health and Safety Culture of the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University is hosting their 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training on September 25-27 in Savannah, GA. The framework embraces a cultural approach, is grounded in the latest science, and includes positive norms in improving health and safety. This 2.5-day training is designed to address a wide variety of issues including (but not limited to) substance misuse, traffic safety, and violence prevention.

     

    The 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training is for those interested in:

    • becoming a more effective prevention leader in their community or organization;
    • communicating effectively to advocate for prevention, health, and safety; or
    • learning how to better understand and align effective strategies.

     

    The training covers the Center's seven-step, cultural transformation process and initiates the development of skills in three critical areas: leadership, communication, and the integration of effective strategies. Participants will leave with an understanding of how culture influences behavior, how we can cultivate cultural transformation, and the benefits of a comprehensive, positive approach. This training is an excellent opportunity to engage with others doing similar work across the country and move towards cultivating a culture that supports and sustains health and safety.

     

    The Center for Health and Safety Culture is offering a discounted early registration price until August 10, 2018 at 11:59 PM (MDT). Standard registration ends on September 11, 2018, at 11:59 PM (MDT). The registration price includes registration, a Positive Culture Framework manual, other training materials, all-day beverages, breakfast, and morning and afternoon snacks. 

     

    Please visit www.chsculture.org/training for more information on the venue, hotel room block, pricing, and more.

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  • 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training

    Sep 26th, 2018
    All-day Event
    Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District, 201 West Bay Street, Savannah, GA 31401

    A Foundation for Cultural Transformation

    The Positive Culture Framework (PCF) is an approach based on the Center for Health and Safety Culture's latest research about improving health and safety in our communities and organizations. The framework builds on shared values, beliefs, and attitudes that already exist in a culture to promote health and safety. 

    Our 2.5-day Positive Culture Framework (PCF) Training provides a foundation for efforts to improve health and safety that address a wide variety of issues including (but not limited to) substance abuse, traffic safety, and violence prevention. The PCF Training will cover our cultural transformation process and initiate the development of skills in three critical areas: leadership, communication, and the integration of effective strategies. Participants will leave with an understanding of how culture influences behavior, how we can cultivate cultural transformation, and specific next steps for implementing this process for transforming culture to achieve community health and safety goals.

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  • 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training

    Sep 27th, 2018
    All-day Event
    Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District Forsyth Conference Room 201 West Bay Street Savannah, GA 31401

    The Center for Health and Safety Culture of the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University is hosting their 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training on September 25-27 in Savannah, GA. The framework embraces a cultural approach, is grounded in the latest science, and includes positive norms in improving health and safety. This 2.5-day training is designed to address a wide variety of issues including (but not limited to) substance misuse, traffic safety, and violence prevention.

     

    The 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training is for those interested in:

    • becoming a more effective prevention leader in their community or organization;
    • communicating effectively to advocate for prevention, health, and safety; or
    • learning how to better understand and align effective strategies.

     

    The training covers the Center's seven-step, cultural transformation process and initiates the development of skills in three critical areas: leadership, communication, and the integration of effective strategies. Participants will leave with an understanding of how culture influences behavior, how we can cultivate cultural transformation, and the benefits of a comprehensive, positive approach. This training is an excellent opportunity to engage with others doing similar work across the country and move towards cultivating a culture that supports and sustains health and safety.

     

    The Center for Health and Safety Culture is offering a discounted early registration price until August 10, 2018 at 11:59 PM (MDT). Standard registration ends on September 11, 2018, at 11:59 PM (MDT). The registration price includes registration, a Positive Culture Framework manual, other training materials, all-day beverages, breakfast, and morning and afternoon snacks. 

     

    Please visit www.chsculture.org/training for more information on the venue, hotel room block, pricing, and more.

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  • 2018 Positive Culture Framework Training

    Sep 27th, 2018
    All-day Event
    Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District, 201 West Bay Street, Savannah, GA 31401

    A Foundation for Cultural Transformation

    The Positive Culture Framework (PCF) is an approach based on the Center for Health and Safety Culture's latest research about improving health and safety in our communities and organizations. The framework builds on shared values, beliefs, and attitudes that already exist in a culture to promote health and safety. 

    Our 2.5-day Positive Culture Framework (PCF) Training provides a foundation for efforts to improve health and safety that address a wide variety of issues including (but not limited to) substance abuse, traffic safety, and violence prevention. The PCF Training will cover our cultural transformation process and initiate the development of skills in three critical areas: leadership, communication, and the integration of effective strategies. Participants will leave with an understanding of how culture influences behavior, how we can cultivate cultural transformation, and specific next steps for implementing this process for transforming culture to achieve community health and safety goals.

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  • 24th Annual Barbara Ann Campbell Memorial Breakfast

    Oct 3rd, 2018
    7:30am - 9:00am
    225 East Coastline Drive, Jacksonville FL, 32202

    The Barbara Ann Campbell Memorial Breakfast is a signature fundraising and awareness event for Hubbard House. Taking place on October 3rd, the breakfast starts off Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a sense of unity and support and raises funds for Hubbard House’s life-saving, life-changing services. At the breakfast, we celebrate survivors of domestic violence, remember those who have died at the hands of a loved one, and raise awareness about domestic violence in the community. The event is open to the community and sponsorships and tickets are available at https://www.hubbardhouse.org/breakfast.

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  • Engaging Workplaces to Improve Health and Safety

    Oct 3rd, 2018
    Noon - 1:00pm

    Often, efforts to improve health and safety focus on reaching children in schools. While this strategy is important, it neglects the need to address the behaviors of adults. Workplaces provide an important opportunity to engage adults about health and safety behaviors. This free webinar will explore definitions for healthy workplaces, the evidence base for workplace interventions, and future opportunities as to how workplaces could expand our portfolio of strategies to improve health and safety.

    Speaker: Jay Otto, M.S.

    Cost: Free

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  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS WALKATHON (5K)

    Oct 6th, 2018
    All-day Event
    North Creek Meadows (Forest Preserve) 2300 GlenWood/Lansing Road 193rd at Torrence Avenue Lynwood Illinois 60411

    DOMESTIC  VIOLENCE
    AWARENESS WALKATHON (5K)
    Saturday October 6, 2018

    North Creek Meadows (Forest Preserve) 
    2300 GlenWood/Lansing Road
    193rd at Torrence Avenue- Lynwood Illinois 60411

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  • When Loveing Someone is Hurting You

    Oct 6th, 2018
    1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Lincoln Library 326 S 7th St, Springfield IL 62701
    When Loving Someone is Hurting YOU....How to break free from an unhealthy relationship,  is a 60 minute workshop on how to tell the differances between a healthy vs unhealthy relationship.   You will learn to spot the red flags of potential abuse early in your relationship and learn 5 simple steps needed to safely leave an unhealthy relationship.  This is an interactive presentation and there will be time set aside for a Q & A session afterward.   Admission is FREE but seating is limited.   To reserve your spot please email us at:    Speakoutgetoutstayout@gmail.com.
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  • R.I.S.E 1st Annual Fundraiser/Banquet

    Oct 12th, 2018
    7:00pm - 11:00pm
    Whispering Pines @ the Country Club of the Poconos 1445 Big Ridge Dr, East Stroudsburg, PA 18302
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  • R.I.S.E 1st Fundraiser/Banquet

    Oct 13th, 2018
    3:00pm - 7:00pm
    The Mountain Center
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  • F.E.N.C.E.- a Dometic Violence Awareness Event

    Oct 20th, 2018
    1:00pm - 4:00pm
    Fountain of Grace 427 Turnpike St, Canton, MA 02021
    An event to raise awareness and inform the community of the effects of Intimate Partner Violence and the importance of breaking the silence, to save lives.
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  • Six Degrees of Connection: An Educational Panel on Domestic Abuse

    Oct 22nd, 2018
    6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Online (Facebook Live) at www.facebook.com/wadvocates or in person at 451 Lexington Parkway, Saint Paul MN 55104

    Women’s Advocates was the nations’ first shelter for domestic violence victims. Women’s Advocates is inviting the public to join them in recognizing the signs of domestic violence this October, and they will be holding a panel discussion for the public on October 22nd that will also be broadcast on Facebook Live.

     

    Women’s Advocates believes that if more people could understand the signs of abuse, we’d be able to connect more victims of abuse to safety resources.

     

    Domestic abuse can make itself evident in a few ways, and this panel discussion will feature experts who can illustrate how to recognize signs of abuse that include financial control, reproductive coercion, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, digital abuse, and physical control.  

     

    Panel details include:

    Title                       Six Degrees of Connection:  An Educational Panel on Domestic Abuse

    Date                      Monday, October 22, 2018

    Time                      6pm to 8pm CST

    Location               451 Lexington Parkway, St Paul MN or live broadcast at www.facebook.com/wadvocates

    Cost to attend   Free with suggested donation

    Panelists              Dakota County Sheriff Tim Leslie

    Mary-Signe Chojnacki (APRN, CNM), Clinical Director, Minnesota Birth Center

    Sean Burke (JD), Public Policy Director, Minnesota Elder Justice Center

    Lillian Medhus (CNM, WHNP-BC), Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, Fairview Hospital

    Katie Robinson, Sexual Health Educator, Family Tree Clinic

    Mackenzie Kerber (MA, LPCC), Clinical Director, Eagan Psychotherapy & Assessment Ctr

    Erin Gregoria, Housing and Aftercare Advocate, Women’s Advocates

     

    People anywhere can watch this panel on Facebook Live as well.  More information can be found at www.wadvocates.org/event/panel.  

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