Women shouldn't face challenges thinking that they do not have support; the CDC Community Development Center developed a program called “NEW WOMAN…NEW MAN” considering the family violence affects both men and women. There is a better life waiting for them!
At ELOY ALFARO SCHOOL, we offer group workshops and counseling for those who have experienced violence or abuse in the home. Also we are implementing a prevention program for second and third graders, students between ages 15 and 18, mostly girls participate in lively discussions and acquire basic life skills to prevent this major problem at home.
We know that the first step to healing is asking for help and, when that happens, we'll be there to offer support and guidance.
Each student is very important and through the program we can determine specific needs; this information is presented to the Leader to address the issue more fully.
Our program includes workshops about:
We understand the various dynamics influencing life situations and we are constantly receiving training by Rossy Verduga, Specialist Family Violence, to take on even the most challenging circumstances.
They are being accompanied in this process to the recovery, knowing that they are not alone anymore!
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