To foster safe relationships in communities, it’s necessary to create norms of gender equity and engagement in family matters, strong community responses to domestic violence, and housing and economic stability, among other factors.
Request a Prevention Speaker Request a Survivor Speaker Community Education and Prevention School Programs Survivor Speakers Bureau Teen Advisory Council Up Root Trained educators are available to train and educate health-care professionals, law enforcement officials, members of the clergy and other faith-based leaders, community organizations, corporations, and professional associations on the dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault.
If you are interested in scheduling a training seminar for your group or workplace, please contact the Prevention Education Department at HAVEN by calling 248-334-1284, ext. Back to top A large part of the prevention strategy at HAVEN is focused on our partnerships with area schools.
School programs are presented in the classroom in an age-appropriate manner and are designed to raise awareness and provide information on how gender roles and expectations, as well as our culture, influence dating violence and sexual assault.
Students also learn about resources, risk reduction strategies and bystander intervention.
Staff in-services and parent information sessions are also available.