Maternal & Family Health Services, Victims' Intervention Program, PCADV
Join us at the Hawley Silk Mill for a fun, teen-friendly night of music, games, prizes, and (of course!) food. Along the way, we’ll talk about boyfriends, girlfriends, hooking up and staying safe. Best of all, this event is free for teens 13 and up.
Jam out to live music by Alex Ramos
Get the skinny on STDs, birth control, and getting tested
Share your thoughts on sex, consent and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”
Grab your smartphone for a Text Message Q&A with Kristen and Denise, health and relationship experts
You are cordially invited to attend our annual SAAM program, featuring keynote speaker from Natasha Alexenko, co-founder of Natasha’s Justice Project, presentation of healing masks by female MST group and other Veteran presentations.
Proceeds from an April 11 Community Night at the Harrisburg Senators will benefit VIP programs. The game starts at 7 p.m. at Metro Bank Park, and VIP staff will be distributing program information at the ballpark. For tickets, visit the Senators website and enter YWCA at checkout.
A fundraiser will be held April 10 from 5-9 p.m. at Isaac's West Shore Plaza. VIP staff will be on hand to distribute information about programs and services, and **25% of proceeds will benefit VIP programs**.For more information, visit the YWCA Greater Harrisburg website.
A Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event will be held April 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Penn State Harrisburg campus. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes asks men to literally walk a mile wearing women's high-heeled shoes. For more information, call 717-948-6269 or email.
“SAAM’s Coffee House” will be happening at Safe Haven of Pike County's offices on Sunday, April 6 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please stop by for some free coffee and noshes, a chance to chat and have a great cup of coffee, as well as getting some important information about Sexual Assault.
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