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Schools

This is your Services Page. It's a great opportunity to provide information about the services you provide. Double click on the text box to start editing your content and make sure to add all the relevant details you want to share with site visitors.

Students

"Supporting a friend after an assault, or during/after an abusive relationship, is hard. Often your friend might not recognize their partner as abusive, at least initially, or will struggle to name their experience of violence as such, particularly if they don’t identify as female, or if they were assaulted by a good friend or partner (as most people are). It’s scary to watch someone you love grapple with violence, regardless of whether it’s ongoing or ended, and the best ways to support them are often counterintuitive. Click here to read more.

Learning how to recognize abuse can help you identify friends who may be dealing with an abusive partner. Click here to read more.

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Faculty & Staff

Knowledge is power. Here are some great resources from the CDC about abuse in the younger population. Click here to read more.

More information from the CDC. They have established an evidence-based approach to school-based HIV and STD prevention, which includes quality sexual health education, connecting students to sexual health services, and establishing safe and supportive school environments. These strategies benefit all students and can be tailored to address health outcomes other than sexual risk behaviors, including high-risk substance use, violence victimization, and mental health. Click here to read more.

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Parents

This is your Services Page. It's a great opportunity to provide information about the services you provide. Double click on the text box to start editing your content and make sure to add all the relevant details you want to share with site visitors.

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Sports & Extracurricular Activities

This is your Services Page. It's a great opportunity to provide information about the services you provide. Double click on the text box to start editing your content and make sure to add all the relevant details you want to share with site visitors.

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We Know You Can Help

Survivors of sexual or domestic violence are more likely to turn to someone they know when they need help. That’s where you come in! Your support, kindness, and willingness to be there for them make a big difference.

You aren’t in this alone. The DOVES Program is here when you need to talk. If things get too big for you to handle, we are glad to provide services directly to your loved one.

Together, we got this.

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