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JPMA

About this Organization
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info@jpmaweb.com

At JPMA, our mission is to provide public safety, security, and other organizations with online learning solutions that are user-friendly, cost-effective, relevant, and customizable.

Experience
With over 20 years of experience, JPMA Staff Development Solutions provides superior learning management solutions. We have created hundreds of courses using various technological approaches and have emerged as a clear front-runner among online learning providers. Thousands of organizations across the nation use our services to meet their staff training needs.

Leadership
JPMA possesses a leadership role in creating the nation’s most comprehensive and technologically advanced online public safety training system. Our associates have a specialized set of capabilities to understand and address the critical elements of successful online training in the public safety environment. With an advanced understanding of the complexities associated with the re-engineering of a nationwide training delivery system to include a robust online training component, we are truly the first “training systems integrator” in the public safety field.

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PMA Staff Development Solutions, LLC

PO Box 26
Winthrop, Maine 04364

Phone: 207-377-8600

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Center for Human Trafficking Awareness

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ActNow@spcollege.edu

The Center for Human Trafficking Awareness is a clearinghouse for training, speakers, publications, and community resources addressing human trafficking.

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3200 34th St. S. St. Petersburg, FL 33711 ~ 727-341-4581

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CAST-Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking

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info@castla.org

OUR MISSION

Ending modern slavery through education, advocacy and empowering survivors of human trafficking.

The Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) is a Los Angeles–based nonprofit organization that is working to put an end to modern slavery and human trafficking through comprehensive, life-transforming services to survivors and a platform to advocate for groundbreaking policies and legislation. Over the past two decades, CAST has supported thousands of survivors through every phase of their journey to freedom from counseling, to legal resources, to housing, educational and leadership training and mentorship. Through these programs, CAST has helped empower survivors to overcome their traumatic pasts and become leading voices in shaping policy and public awareness to ultimately put an end to the fastest growing criminal enterprise of the 21st century.

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Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking
3580 Wilshire Blvd, #900-37
Los Angeles CA 90010
P: 213-365-1906
F: 213-365-5257

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3Strands Global Foundation

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info@3sgf.org

3Strands Global Foundation was founded in response to an event that shook a small, tight-knit California community. A young girl was trafficked for 8 days before she was recovered by law enforcement. This would later spark the creation of PROTECT prevention education, which has gone on to educate hundreds of thousands of students on how to stay safe from human trafficking.

The 3SGF team then recognized that there needed to be more resources available to survivors and those who face barriers to sustainable economic opportunities. With this in mind, 3SGF launched the Employ + Empower program, which has helped support and economically empower hundreds of individuals.

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3941 Park Drive #20-200

El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

​​Tel: 916-365-2606

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Herstory

About this Organization

Herstory is a volunteer-run platform designed primarily for adult female survivors of sexual assault. Majority of survivors are not able to define their experience. Our objective is to bridge the gap, and first and foremost provide survivors of sexual assault with the information you need to make sense of what happened. We also share resources to help you navigate your options and take action—when you are ready and should you choose to do so. We reviewed hundreds of resources around sexual assault from scientific articles to social listening to form a well rounded, evidence- and real-world based picture of the issue. We’ve digested the key information into Herstory so that you have access to it all in one place. On our website, you can also download the free Herstory Sexual Assault Guide.

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The Dinner Party

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info@thedinnerparty.org

The Dinner Party is a platform for grieving 20-, 30-, and early 40-somethings to find peer community and build lasting relationships. Since 2014, The Dinner Party has connected more than 13,000 grieving peers to one another, including 2,000 since the start of the pandemic. We screen, train and support a growing network of peer hosts, and connect them to 12-15 people nearby, who share a similar age and loss experience.  We’ve been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition, On Being with Krista Tippet, CNN, NYT, O Magazine, BuzzFeed, and dozens of other publications, and as a case study in various books, including The Upside of Stress, The New Better Off, and The Power of Meaning.  

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Please direct all press inquiries to media@thedinnerparty.org.

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StarVista Crisis Center

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svcrisiscenter@star-vista.org

Our crisis hotline was founded in 1966 by suicide prevention pioneer, Charlotte Ross. It was the third crisis line founded in the state of California, with the goal of provide emergency assistance to people who were not in a medical crisis. Charlotte believed that the help given on a crisis line should be: Provided by crisis workers trained in suicide prevention and intervention, Available 24 hours a day, Confidential, Temporary in nature, Free of charge.

Our crisis hotline functions with those same tenets as when it was first founded. While our services have expanded, many of those tenets and our overall philosophy still apply. We believe that “crisis” is a normal part of life that an individual can experience. Sometimes, that crisis is too overwhelming for that person to handle alone. The purpose of our services is to help support that individual in the short-term, and empower them to find long-term support and solutions.

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Our contact form is for non-urgent questions or inquiries only. Please note that we do not offer crisis support via email. If you are in crisis, call our hotline at 650-579-0350.

650-591-9623

610 Elm Street, Suite 212
San Carlos, CA 94070

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Sex, Etc. JL Heinze Tue, 04/05/2022

lucinda.holt@rutgers.edu

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lucinda.holt@rutgers.edu

Sex, Etc. is on a mission to improve teen sexual health across the country! Each year, five million young people visit Sexetc.org, and over 45,000 read our magazine to get honest and accurate sexual health information. We’ve helped teens with answers to their question about sex, relationships, pregnancy, STDs, birth control, sexual orientation and more!

Power to Decide

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info@powertodecide.org

Power to Decide (originally known as The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy) was founded in 1996 in response to President Clinton’s 1995 State of the Union call to reduce teen pregnancy rates. At the time, the rate of teen pregnancy in the U.S. exceeded most developed countries and was viewed by the President as the nation’s most pressing domestic issue. 

Since peaking in the early 1990s, birth rates among teens ages 15-19 have declined 72%. According to final birth data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2018 the teen birth rate hit a record low of 17.4 births per 1,000 females (down from 61.8 births per 1,000 in 1991).  

Despite dramatic declines in teen pregnancies and births over the past two decades, approximately 45% of pregnancies to women of all ages are unplanned. To address the contrasting trends of declines in teen pregnancies and steady or increasing rates of unintended pregnancy among people in their 20s, we expanded our mission in 2005 and became the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.  

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(o) 202.478.8500
(f) 202.478.8588

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American Sexual Health Association
PO Box 13827
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
919.361.8400

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Email
info@ashasexualhealth.org

iwannaknow.org offers information on sexual health for teens and young adults. This is where you will find the facts, the support, the resources to answer your questions, referrals, and get access to in-depth information about sexual health, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), healthy relationships, and more.

Iwannaknow.org is a site of the American Sexual Health Association (ASHA). ASHA is a trusted, non-profit organization that has advocated on behalf of patients to help improve public health outcomes since 1914. We are America’s authority for sexually transmitted infection information.

You can be assured that the information you find on this website is based on well-researched and documented medical facts and follows approved treatment guidelines as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.