Domestic Violence Awareness Training
We hear you! One of the top concerns in our community is the prevalence of domestic violence. Many crimes in the area, including homicides,
We hear you! One of the top concerns in our community is the prevalence of domestic violence. Many crimes in the area, including homicides, have been linked to domestic abuse situations.
In response to growing community concern regarding domestic violence, North Shadeland Alliance is offering a FREE public awareness program presented by the Domestic Violence Network of Greater Indianapolis.
Entitled, “The Dynamics of Domestic Violence,” the program will provide you with a basic understanding of domestic violence and unhealthy relationships, as well as information on the stigmas and stereotypes surrounding domestic violence.
Through this training, participants will understand various forms of abuse, statistics and prevalence of domestic violence, the Cycle of Violence, and barriers to leaving an unhealthy or abusive relationship. This training will also provide information on local and national resources.
Did you know…?
- 1 in 3 women, 1 in 7 men, and 1 in 5 people will experience domestic violence in their lifetime
- More than 1 in 3 Hoosiers experience domestic violence in their lifetime
- At least 50% of all cases go unreported
- 4.5 million women in the U.S. alive today have been threatened with a gun by their intimate partner
Join us on May 17 at 6:30PM for a free 90-minute training on the Dynamics of Domestic Violence at Castleton United Methodist Church (7101 N. Shadeland Ave.). RSVP below
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