This presentation will show ways to conduct effective prevention programming for college aged students. College-aged students are unique in that they are not as easy to reach. College aged students may not have received adequate education on healthy relationships and then are thrusted into a new environment where they are left to independently navigate relationships. Domestic violence affects women aged 18-24 in catastrophic numbers therefore, it is imperative to conduct effective prevention programming on college campuses.
This topic will help college and university administrators, faculty, and staff address their gaps in prevention programming and have the blueprint to conduct effective prevention training. This session will also have resources on how to effectively teach healthy relationships to college students and how to incorporate these trainings in on campus events.
Mon, Apr 4, 2022 · 12:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)
Jana's Campaign
Sofia McDaniel
Community Engagement Manager - CASA Pinellas