The Society for Public Health Education’s 66th Annual Meeting offers an exciting opportunity to share your research findings, program impacts, policy changes, perspectives, and expertise with the health education and health promotion professional community.Annual meeting subthemes include: Advancing Health Education through Technology and Innovation; Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults: Health Needs of the Future Generation; Culture, Diversity, and Health: Local and Global Perspectives; Disparities and Inequity: Health Education and Promotion for Social Justice; and Systems, Policies, and Practices: Current Trends and Future of Health Education.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation in partnership with the National Education Association and the American Counseling Association present Time To THRIVE, the 2nd annual national conference to promote safety, inclusion and well-being for LGBTQ youth...everywhere!
Saving Grace and Crook County D.A. Victim's Assistance Office
Join us Prineville Residents! Meet at Ochoco Viewpoint with your flashlight ready! We are gathering to Shine A Light On Sexual Assault by shining lights down into Prineville symbolizing shining light on sexual assualt in our community.
A 5K Run/Walk for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, along with an Earth Day fair featuring local resources, fresh hot chowder from Newport's Chowder Bowl, and a silent auction. All proceeds benefit Lincoln County domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking services.
The Do You Know Lacy? Training is a 5-track community-model training designed to build a collaborative response. Together, with leaders in your community, you will learn about the national issue of domestic minor sex trafficking, hear the personal account of a survivor, better understand the conditions that increase a child’s vulnerability to trafficking, and learn the methods of pimp control that prevent victims from fleeing.
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