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June 17, 2014

“You Have The Power” offers workshop on violence and child abuse

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“You Have The Power” will present an educational program on violence on Monday,  June 30 from 5:30-7 p.m.  at William O. Beach Civic Hall, 350 Pageant Lane.

Moderators and Panelists:

  • Karl Bolton (Survivor Child Sexual Abuse)
  • Judy Covington (Montgomery County Children’s Advocacy Center)
  • C. Daniel Brollier (District Attorney’s Office)
  • Investigator Julie Webb (Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office).

This workshop will teach you how to recognize signs of inappropriate behavior, correctly report suspected abuse, and know available resources and procedures.

Admission is free but guarantee your seat by registering. Certificates of Attendance are available.

The Mission of You Have The Power is to educate, advocate and empower people and communities impacted by violence.

Visit www.yhtp.org or call 615-292-7027 for more information.

This program  is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee, Office of Criminal Justice, VOCA 3915.

 



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