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Charleston Tragedy

As we as social service agencies seek to become more culturally competent and inclusive to better serve our communities, part of the challenge is addressing the underlying biases and unfortunately, sometimes hatred that can turn into violence.  Our thoughts are with all those impacted
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April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Child Abuse Prevention Month. Sexual assault and child abuse affects every part of our communities. Approximately 1 in 10 children experience child sexual abuse before their 18th birthday. In up to 90% of all child sexual abuse cases, the child kn
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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month By  Nancy Radcliffe At HelpLine, we’re committed to building healthy, respectful, caring relationships.  We want to do more than “break the cycle” of abuse, we want to promote happiness. Our violence prevention efforts include going into area schoo
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Helpline provides training on Surviving Workplace & School Violence through Connections Volunteer Center

Millions of workers experience violence or the threat of violence in the workplace every year. These violent acts can range from physical assault to homicide and are the second leading cause of occupational injury. Connections Volunteer Center, a program of HelpLine, is here to help b
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