The Community Education Program works with local organizations to address common cultural misconceptions or lack of awareness regarding violence against intimate partners, including, for example, training emergency medical personnel how to safely share information on WISE’s services with a survivor.
Community Education includes:
Tailored Workshops and Trainings for Professionals and Community Members
Trained facilitation of nationally recognized curricula including Care for Kids on child sexual assault prevention, Mentors in Violence Prevention for sports teams and groups, and Cut It Out for salons
(available by request or at the WISE Program Center)
Public Awareness Activities
January is Stalking Awareness, February is Teen Dating Violence, April is Sexual Violence, & October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Volunteer Advocate Training ProgramContact us for more information and to schedule workshops and awareness activities!