The DVCC has two residences that provide temporary shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children.Our goals are, first, to ensure the safety of residents and, second, to help equip them for an independent and self-reliant existence after they leave the Safe House.But sharing the workload is just one reason to collaborate.Teaming up with youth and adult partners for National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month is also a great way to generate excitement, inspire creativity, and engage diverse audiences.Every day, young people navigate relationships - crushes, breakups, sexuality, firsts, and hook ups - but they don’t always have the space to talk about them, learn about them, or share their experiences. Barri Rosenbluth is the founding Director of Safe Place’s Expect Respect Program in Austin, TX.Read more Esperanza CT allows DVCC to provide comprehensive services to Spanish-speaking victims through a Spanish language service line available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and via a web-based services center that is culturally and linguistically appropriate to the Spanish-speaking community.Trained Spanish-speaking counselor/advocates are available 24/7 on the Service Line to answer questions…
Here, you'll find resources that prevent substance abuse, violence and anti-social behaviors, as well as social and emotional learning programs.
airing on the Fox Business Network on Saturday, September 20 at PM EDT/PDT (check local listings for channel location).
Here, you’ll hear first-hand accounts from students, parents, and faculty at a large high school outside of Los Angeles, CA how this program decreases educational disparities while increasing achievement for all students.
Expect Respect is a comprehensive, dating abuse prevention program that supports vulnerable youth, develops youth leadership, and collaborates with schools and community partners to promote healthy teen relationships.
Rosenbluth will be speaking at our National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence next month!