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Fri, Feb 11


A FREE Zoom event

Early Education Programs CAN Help End Domestic Violence

Every minute in the US nearly 20 people are physically abused by an intimate partner. But it does NOT have to stay that way! Join us to learn about an education program that is used to prevent domestic violence and how a successful survivor can speak to the needs if earlier education efforts.

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Early Education Programs CAN Help End Domestic Violence
Early Education Programs CAN Help End Domestic Violence

Time & Location

Feb 11, 2022, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM PST

A FREE Zoom event


About the Event

With more than 10 million adults experiencing domestic violence annually, almost every community is influenced. It may seem daunting to find ways that equip our communities with tools for preventing and addressing relational violence.

But it is possible!

Join SSF-National Love is Action Community Initiative to hear Outreach Prevention Coordinator of SOS, inc, Danielle Armitage, talk about the prevention programs she leads in multiple communities.  They focus on equiping youth, parents, and communities with tools that address and prevent victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking and stalking.   With almost 15 years of direct service, Danielle can speak to the most common topics, approaches, and outcomes of the programs.

Even more, a Successful Survivor of domestic violence and sexual abuse will join in the conversation and speak to the need for earlier education about healthy relationships.

RSVP to this FREE event today prepared to learn, ask, and connect!

We are looking forward to having YOU there.  

Please share this with EVERYONE you know who believes in addressing domestic violence and the influence of earlier education!

P.S. For more information on Successful Surivivors please visit

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