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    Establishing Boundaries to Prevent Online Sexual Violence

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Stay Connected with Netflix Party during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Hosting a Netflix Party with some friends is a great way to stay connected while keeping yourself safe at home! There are a few documentary films about sexual assault cases that would lead to great discussion. This helps the continue awareness and create empathy for people do have experienced sexual assault. Here are a 5…
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SAFE Clinic is Open

The Center for Women and Families SAFE Clinic remains open during this difficult time. Our SAFE Clinic is one of our most unique, and important, services the Center offers. We are the only sexual assault center in the state with an onsite SAFE clinic. It’s safe, private, and not as busy as an emergency room….
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History of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. Here is a rather brief history of the movement. These events and people (and many more), have inspired us today.

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Being a Good Neighbor: Proactive Green Dots during a Pandemic

The Green Dot violence prevention program is a CDC-funded and evidence-based program that teaches individuals how to be active bystanders and intervene when they see incidents of power-based personal violence – including child abuse, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual assault, and bullying. Each instance of proactive bystander intervention is referred to as a “green dot,”…
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Coronavirus Related Measure and Precautions

3/16/2020 Effective Immediately For the most up-to-date information about the coronavirus crisis in Kentucky and for recommendations, see the state website: www.kycovid19.ky.gov. The Center for Women and Families will continue to offer services to survivors of sexual and domestic violence free of charge 24/7.  We are taking the following measures and precautions due to the presence…
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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. At The Center, we believe working with teens to promote healthy relationships and boundaries is vital for their well-being and in preventing future abuse from occurring. Experiencing dating violence as teenagers puts victims at higher risk for substance abuse, eating disorders, risky sexual behavior and further domestic…
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