Category Archives: Youth Voices

Young Men Take the Lead in Prevention Efforts at West Campus

In October 2012, WEAVE’s Prevention and Education department began facilitating the MyStrength Young Men’s Club at West Campus High School in Sacramento. The club is an opportunity for young men to discuss topics that they may not feel comfortable talking about … Continue reading

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The Voice of Survivors – Reflections on the Sandusky Trial

As we follow the prosecution’s case against Jerry Sandusky alleged years of abuse, it would be easy to get wrapped up in the horror of the experiences being shared by victims.  The testimony is gut wrenching and horrifying. The trial has … Continue reading

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Student Intern Completes Project by Educating Others

We previously shared the experiences and observations of high school student and WEAVE Intern Emily .  Today we share the conclusion and outcome of her project. On May 9th I completed the second part to my project. I put together … Continue reading

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Teen Voices

WEAVE’s Teen Education & Prevention program works directly with  you at Hiram Johnson High School.  Here, our Teen Educator Renae, works with the students of Club STRONG and mentors students to help create a safer environment and healthier campus.  Renae’s … Continue reading

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Children’s Building Renovations Completed!

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Youth Bringing an End to Sexual Violence!

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Sarah’s Story

Imagine you live in a small town where the next city is about 8 miles away and just about everyone knows everyone. Remember being 14 years old and for most of us, what was important at that age was what … Continue reading

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