Community Awareness & Education
The Community Awareness Program provides education on the following topics:
Healthy Relationships using Safe Dates Curriculum
Warning signs/Red flags of dating abuse
Developing a safety plan
Rape Agression Defense (RAD)
Identifying abusive behavior
Staying safe in social situations
Providing support to a friend in an abusive relationship
Communication skills for resolving conflict
Identifying and avoiding dangerous situations
College campus and dorm safety
Post assault care options and resources
The Haven’s Prevention Education Program provides education regarding risk awareness and healthy relationships with the goal of preventing sexual assault and dating violence.
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Love Is Respect http://www.loveisrespect.org/
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence http://www.ncadv.org/
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence http://gcadv.org/
Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault http://gnesa.org/
Woman’s Journey from Domestic Violence Victim to Survivor http://www.giftfromwithin.org/html/Domestic-Violence-Healing-Resource.html
Domestic Violence Prevention
Sexual Assault Prevention
Tips to Stay Safe
• Teach your children to call 911 in case of an emergency.
• Tell family and/or friends about the abuse. The shame belongs to your abuser...not to you.
• Keep important documents (such as birth certificates, social security cards, green cards, financial records) along with extra sets of house and car keys hidden and available to you in case of an emergency exit.