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Lets Tape a Teach to the Wall!!!

Let’s tape a teacher to the wall! Shawano High School Students will be duct taping a couple of teachers to the wall tomorrow (February 10th) during the lunch periods.  This is simply an awareness event to help teens understand how sticky the relationships get and how hard it is for their peers to get out […]

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High School Dating Violence

1 in 3 High School Students experience some form of Dating Violence in their relationships. Take a stand today and help to put an end to the Dating Violence.  #teenDVmonth

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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. How about making a plan to treat each other with Respect?  After all, LOVE IS…RESPECT!  #teenDVmonth

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Safe Haven Honors Victims of Domestic Violence

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October is domestic violence awareness month and Safe Haven honored victims of domestic violence with a Candle Light Vigil on October 13, 2106. Approximately 40 community members attended the event that included an open house with tours and a program that featured a presentation by a local survivor.

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Day of Action

April is Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.  Help us bring awareness to these issues at the following event. Tuesday, April 7th             Day of Action. This is nationally recognized in the United States as a specific day to focus awareness on sexual violence prevention. In recognition of this day, we will be holding […]

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Power and Control

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Violence Quiz: How is your Relationship?

*View PDF Safe Haven PO Box 665, 380 Lakeland Rd. Shawano, WI 54166 (24 hour Emergency Shelter) help@shawanoshelter.org 24 Hour Crisis Line 1-888-303-3421 715-526-3421

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Effects of Violence on Children

The Effects of Violence Children from violent homes may exhibit some of these behaviors. Remember that every child has different coping mechanisms and will react differently to the violence. The following is a list of commonly identified feelings and behaviors of children in a shelter for battered women. These behaviors may also be seen in […]

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