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The conversation about preventing and ending dating abuse must include youth. Learn how to engage the young people in your life in anti-violence activism – in school and in the community.
When: February 12, 2013 from 1:00-1:30 EST
Register: Visit breakthecycle.ilinc.com to sign up
What does dating violence look like and what are the warning signs of abuse? This webinar will cover the basics of dating abuse – definitions, warning signs, health effects – and how to help when you know or suspect dating abuse is happening.
The Invisible War movie screening will be on January 12, 2012 at Siuslaw Library, Bromley Room, 1460 Ninth Street, Florence
For more information, please view event announcement.
Advocates serving survivors of domestic violence know that survivors face a number of pressing needs – including safety or shelter or immediate access to cash. Many advocates and survivors may not think about tax issues when they are dealing with those others. But taxes can be an important way for survivors to establish economic independence – and there are some potential pitfalls that survivors need to be aware of.. This webinar will help:
- Identify common tax issues faced by survivors and highlight potential solutions;
- Connect you with local coalitions;
- Connect you with free tax preparation services in your community;
- Get free outreach materials; and
Portland State University
Smith Memorial Student Union
1825 SW Broadway
Portland, Oregon 97201