W.O.M.A.N., Inc. has modernized the way we offer our 40 hours domestic violence training. In December 2015, we received a grant from The Joseph and Vera Long Foundation to help develop a hybrid training that combines the use of online modules paired with intentional in person gatherings. After surveying multiple organizations throughout California W.O.M.A.N., Inc. … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Hybrid Domestic Violence Training
Domestic violence impacts all of us. Many survivors reach out to friends and family for support before they call a domestic violence hotline, or call the police. We all want to support someone we care about; we want to see them happy and safe. So, when someone we love is being harmed, it's natural to … Continue reading Community Education Series: Supporting Friends & Family of Survivors
On Saturday, September 17th, W.O.M.A.N., Inc.’s Outreach Boo-Crew was invited to present to Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep’s Men’s Varsity Basketball team. Here, presenters Annie, Jaymie, and Shaena educated these young gentlemen on the definition of domestic violence as well as its prevalence amongst teens. The Outreach Boos facilitated rich discussions amongst the teammates to help … Continue reading Outreach Boos Present DV101 to SHCP’s Men’s Varsity Basketball Team
We just wrapped up our summer 40-Hour Domestic Violence Training! The collaborative training with The Riley Center welcomed 11 different agencies in either participating or presenting during this cycle. This was the first cycle where I co-facilitated the entire training. I felt very nostalgic throughout the 5 weeks having once taken the training at W.O.M.A.N. … Continue reading Congratulations to our Spring 2015 40-Hour DV Training Graduates!
WINC Outreach was thrilled to participate in the Bayview Sunday Streets - a neighborhood street fair that provides access to community resources in San Francisco. Not only was it a gorgeous and sunny SF day, but the streets were filled with neighbors and visitors alike partaking in the different offerings from dozens of SF community … Continue reading WINC In The Streets! – Outreach Boos at the Bayview Sunday Streets
On Wednesday, March 4th, W.O.M.A.N. Inc.’s Outreach (Boos) Coordinators, Annie Fisher and Jaymie Frazier, presented at UC Hastings. There audience was composed of students, faculty, and staff alike, who were very receptive and engaged during the “DV101” presentation. This was the second year that Lt. Scott Hallahan invited W.O.M.A.N., Inc. to the campus to inform students about domestic violence. … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Outreach Team Presents at UC Hastings!
New relationships are exciting, healthy relationships are important! In recognition of February being Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, our Community Education Series is hosting a presentation on teens and healthy relationships. Join us for the discussion! You can RSVP and/or invite your friends/family on Facebook here