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Outreach and Education

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Girls Got Each Other's Backs

Girls Got Each Other’s Backs is a teen dating violence awareness campaign reaching thousands of youth across San Francisco each year.

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Strengthening our provision of survivor support services, La Casa de las Madres provides community outreach and education programming and events to motivate social change through increased public awareness of domestic violence.

  • Our Domestic Violence 101 presentations provide a foundation of understanding of the dynamics of domestic violence
  • Our Domestic Violence 101 for Teens provides adolescents with a developmentally appropriate introduction to teen dating violence, domestic violence, and healthy relationships
  • Community Outreach and Education through presentations, workshops, and other events increases public awareness of domestic violence and the services available to survivors
  • As an outspoken voice against abuse, we provide resources and information about domestic violence

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