Anti dating violence
They realized it would take more than 12 presentations to reach all the students, so they had to come up with another way.
“We explored the options and found that a video could be produced by the district that would ultimately available to all district teachers, counselors and students via You Tube,” Richeson said.
“After reading about Mr Cabrera’s interest in educating to prevent teen dating violence for his district, I knew that Jennifer Ann’s Group would be a perfect fit to collaborate with EPISD,” Richeson said.
“It is our fervent hope that as students learn the warning signs of an abusive relationship, they will become intolerant of those dysfunctional relationships, not only for themselves but for others about which they are aware.” If you or someone you know is a victim of teen dating violence, you can call the National Dating Abuse Helpline at 1-866-331-9474.
Activities offered include field trips, science experiments, and other enriching activities. (215) 299-1045 YMCA Achievers The YMCA provides academic support programs for 7th through 12th graders.https://philaymca.org/community-programs/y-achievers/ (215) 235-6440 Don’t Fall Down In The Hood Don’t Fall Down In The Hood, a division of Institute for the Development of African-American Youth, Inc.
(IDAAY), aims to reduce the high rate of recidivism of adjudicated youth, increase the targeted youth’s life skills, and improve interactions between law enforcement officers and this high risk youth population.
People Against Rape 843-745-0144 National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (800) 537-2238 Women Against Abuse Women Against Abuse is Philadelphia's leading domestic violence advocate and service provider and among the largest domestic violence agencies in the (215)386-1280 Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Association Coalition (SEAMAAC) SEAMAAC provides culturally-sensitve and language-appropriate IPV services for Asian immigrant communities in Philadelphia 215-476-0690 Greater Philadelphia Asian Social Services (GPASS) GPASS provides assistance to residents in Philadelphia, citywide, to connect people with needed resources and information, bridging the cultural and language gap. (215)456-1662 Early Head Start Program These centers offer free health, educational, and social services to low income families with pregnant woman and/or children ages 0 to 3 years old. 425-9900 Eastwick Family Center Eastwick Family Center offers families six different programs including: case management; information, referral and linkage to health; behavioral and social service; parenting education; after-school programs; summer programs; and positive child and youth development programs. - Community Family Centers - Locations - Eastwick (215) 492-6457 Every Murder is Real Healing Center (EMIR) Every Murder is Real Healing Center (EMIR) is a nonprofit organization that services and supports family members and friends who have been affected by homicide. Families and Schools Together (FAST) This programs brings families and the school community together to improve the parent/child relationship, increase parental involvement in their child's education and promote good child behavior in school and at home, and to improve overall family cohesion. (608) 663-2382 Family of Murder Victims 2000 Hamilton Street, Suite 304 Philadelphia, PA 19130 (215) 567-6776 Intercultural Family Services Inc. National: Southeasten Pennsylvania: 773-4100 Girls Inc.
The educational programs include a computer education club, homework club, and literacy club.
Recreational programs include basketball leagues, baseball, flag football, dance, and golf. (800-725-4543) & 212-477-9450 U.
Intercultural Family Services is a family preservation program. 386-1298 Southwest Philadelphia Parents Group- Wharton-Wesley United Methodist Church This is a program within PAN that educates and improves parenting skills to help increase communication between parents and their children. (YSI) is a private not-for-profit, community-based social service agency dedicated to preventing child abuse, helping at-risk children and teens, and strengthening the family unit. (215) 222-3262 Gang Resistance Education and Training (G. of Greater Philadelphia & South New Jersey Ages Served: 5-18 Girls Inc. It provides mentoring relationships for at-risk girls in a group setting for the duration of the school year. also offers summer camps staffed by volunteers. (215) 735-7775 Hunting Park Community Development Corp.
(215) 727-3687 Southwest Community Enrichment Center Southwest Family Center offers six different programs including: case management; information, referral and linkage to health; behavioral and social service; parenting education; after-school programs; summer programs; and positive child and youth development programs. Detail.aspx? The City STARS after-school mentoring programs include a wide variety of enrichment activities that take place after school on weekdays, between the hours of p.m. City STARS also offers activities during school vacations or on early dismissal days.
The Violence Prevention Initiative is not a direct provider of services to families and youth.