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Peer Counselor Training – Perspectives and Reactions to Rape Culture

Sara, our summer intern, continues to share her experiences from the Peer Counseling Training. I have to admit that prior to this week, I had never heard the term “Rape Culture” however I realized that I have known what it … Continue reading

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Peer Counselor Training – The Learning Continues

We are sharing our next update from our intern Sara who is going through WEAVE’s Peer Counselor Training Program.  Sara is also tweeting during appropriate parts of the training. If you are on Twitter don’t forget to follow @WEAVEInc. Even … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Play

Today, we completed renovations to our Children’s Building on the Safehouse campus.  The building was originally the vision of the late B.T. Collins who raised the funds to build the structure through his birthday party.  He dreamed of a safe … Continue reading

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