Fighting the Good Fight: For Survivors, Communities and Ourselves
This year’s conference will highlight ways in which we can better advocate for the prevention of sexual violence in our communities, how to be better advocates to those who have survived sexual trauma and how to care for ourselves in the process.
There will be 4 learning tracks:
Healing and Self Care
Each is designed to provide you with useful information and tools that can take you and the work you do to the next level.
Are you working in culturally diverse communities? Do you sometimes feel you are getting burned out? Do you have a passion to branch out on your own? Have you thought about how to end abuses against women in your community? Is there a question about how to grow within your organization?
If you answered yes to any of these questions… This is the conference for you!!
This one day conference includes a continental breakfast, all you can eat lunch buffet, snacks and FREE PARKING.
The cost is of $20 for MCASA-WOCN members (as of Oct.1, 2009) and $30 for non-members.
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