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.

Check out The Haven's new blog page. The Community Awareness and Education Program covers every topic from the latest news and social media, to teen dating violence and relationship help. Make sure and sign up for The Haven Newsletters!

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Additional Resources

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/

Drug Rehab.com https://www.drugrehab.com/guides/domestic-abuse/ 

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

 

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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.

 

• Trust your instincts, if you feel you are in danger you probably are. Try to get to a safe place immediately.
 
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The Haven

P.O. Box 5382

Valdosta, Georgia 31603

1-229-244-1765

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