Professional Training & Community Education
What we do
Women Helping Women’s education department provides Women training for community law enforcement personnel, health care professionals, social service providers and others who work with sexual assault and domestic violence survivors.
We also provide awareness and educational programs for community groups on a range of topics including Dynamics of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Violence in Our Community, Stalking, Teen Dating Violence and many others tailored to the need of your group.
Why we do it
Our professional and community education programs provide the awareness and education needed for community members to identify abuse and respond effectively and supportively to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking and to help prevent these crimes from occurring in our community.
What we offer
Women Helping Women’s education programs are evidence-based, interactive and current to ensure a productive, engaging experience.
We tailor all of our programs to reflect the needs and timeframe of the group and/or educator, and can accommodate various models, including, but not limited to, assemblies, small groups and classes.
If you are interested in scheduling one of our programs, you must submit a Community Event Request Form.
What the community is saying
“What was the best part of the presentation?”
“I really appreciated and enjoyed learning about the legal aspects. Before the presentation I was not informed in this area. The entire presentation was engaging and informative.”
“It was very informative as well as helpful. I was able to recognize various traits of abuse with the guy I’ve been seeing.”
“Good information and it makes you face situations that are good for you to face. The good questions that the presenter asked to the group kept it interesting.”
“I thought the presenter was very enthusiastic & brought a lot of passion to the table.”