• Getting the Conversation Started!

    Feb 29th, 2020
    9:00am - 2:45pm
    111 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90802

    In recognition of National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, WomenShelter of Long Beach is hosting its third annual youth conference, Getting the Conversation Started. Youth (14-18 years old), college students, adult caregivers, and service providers are invited to join us in a safe space to get the conversation started about building healthy relationships, and consequently, communities for us to call home. The goal is to increase awareness regarding teen dating violence, the effects, and supportive resources available through interactive presentations, engaging conversations, special adult and youth workshops, community resource tables, and moving testimonies by survivors.

    Free admission, validated parking, raffles and giveaways, complimentary breakfast and lunch, community service learning hours, and more! To learn more about the event, and to register, please visit our website:

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  • What Domestic Violence Organizations and Brands Need to Know About 21st Century Marketing Strategy

    Mar 17th, 2020
    11:00am - 1:00pm

    Twenty years ago, the Internet changed marketing forever. And just over ten years ago, when companies and brands started using social media, marketing again changed forever. But what does that mean for small non-profits with tight budgets, tiny staffs, and big goals?

    Join Lynn Brewer, NCADV’s Communications Director, for a webinar focused on understanding how these changes have disrupted traditional marketing, what to focus on when building your digital strategy, and featuring a step-by-step process to creating your marketing strategy and action plan.

    Mark your calendar and sign up for our emails to be notified when registration opens.

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  • The Center for Health and Safety Culture: Who We Are and How We Support Efforts to Improve Health and Safety

    Mar 18th, 2020
    1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Webinar (online or phone via WebEx)
    This webinar will introduce the Center for Health and Safety Culture, our diverse staff, the Positive Culture Framework for improving health and safety, and the multitude of services offered to support communities and organizations in their efforts to transform culture. At the Center, we understand the challenges of cultural transformation and use the latest science to address complex social issues to improve health and safety in a sustainable way. Learn about the organization’s logic model, framework, and what we can do to help your organization and community reach their health and safety goals.
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