This workshop will introduce you to the issues of power-based personal power prevention. Learning objectives include: Participants will recognize behaviors that may constitute domestic violence, sexual violence or stalking ...
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How we help
DOVE provides free, confidential, and trauma sensitive support services that promote the rights of survivors and prevent violence.
Our advocacy services are individually tailored to survivors’ needs, and span the range from crisis intervention to intensive advocacy.
DOVE practices mobile advocacy, meaning that our advocates can meet clients in safe places of the client’s choosing, i.e. the school counselors office, a church, doctor’s office, etc.
For youth, our intervention program has the following components:
Taking referrals from school counselors to support youth who have experienced or witnessed domestic violence, teen dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking.
Working with youth clients and providing comprehensive services with other service providers as needed to provide holistic care for each teen.
Meeting teens either at the school itself or at the DOVE office.
What we offer
Safety planning for you and your children (and pets too if needed.)
Education on domestic and sexual violence.
Access to bi-lingual services (Spanish language.)
Advocates who work specifically with young people who are survivors of DV/SA.
Short-term emergency shelter.
Public assistance support.
Reproductive health support (pregnancy tests, Plan B.)
To Go Bags.
Flexi-funds for housing stability.
Support for specialized private therapy.
Online support groups.
Phones and computers for loan.
Referrals to trusted doctors, therapists, and other social service teams.