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APRIL is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

You know a survivor. You might be the first person someone tells immediately after being sexually assaulted. A survivor might also wait weeks, months, or even years to share what happened. Both are common reactions. If someone you know tells you their story, here are examples of supportive things you can say: I believe you. […]

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Urgent Need – Paper Towels

Safe Haven serves hundreds every year because of the help we are given.  We have a running Wish List of things we go through.  Occasionally we end up running out of items — this time it’s PAPER TOWELS! Please check the fresh Wish List for other items you may already have or wouldn’t mind picking up for us next time […]

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Support our Teens and Guide them to a Resource

Teens suffer so many Conflicting Emotions already. So be there to support and guide them to the resource for help…talk to a Guidance Counselor, or an Advocate at Safe Haven (free and Confidential).  #teenDVmonth

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Watch for Signs of Abuse

Please watch for these signs…Emotional Abuse, Verbal Abuse, Stalking, Financial Abuse, Physical Abuse, Sexual Abuse, and Digital Abuse. Tell a trusted adult if you see it, help your peer be safe.  #teenDVmonth

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Take a Stand Before it’s Too Late!

Half of youth who have been victims of both dating violence and rape will attempt suicide. Now is the time to take a stand and help someone before it is too late!  #teenDVmonth

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Intimate Partner Violence

Women between the ages of 16 and 24 experience the highest rate of Intimate Partner Violence. Please help others stop the violence!  Help them find someone to talk to and get help.   #teenDVmonth

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Take a Stand!

1 in 10 High School Students has been purposefully hit, slapped, or physically hurt by a boyfriend or girlfriend. Take a stand and help someone if you see this happen.  Be a peer who doesn’t like to see others get hurt.  #teenDVmonth

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Showing Awareness of a Bad Situation

This teacher actually stuck when we pulled the chair out from under her feet. Great awareness made by the FAAR club of Shawano Community High School.    

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A Sticky Situation!

Shawano Community High School students bringing “sticky” relationship awareness to their peers attention.  This year we tried something new, instead of a fundraiser we made it a trivia game.  Everyone was a winner no matter if they were right or wrong, we wanted them to grasp the concept.  We wanted the students to understand and […]

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Not only is tomorrow Valentines’ Day…a day of LOVE…it is also a day to wear Orange.  Show your Teen Dating Violence Awareness Support by wearing Orange. This is also RESPECT WEEK!  How are you showing your respect to your partner?  #teenDVmonth

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