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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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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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Proof that big help does come in small packages

WEAVE’s programs and services are made possible through the help of more than 200 volunteers each year.   These volunteers include college students who complete internships for a variety of programs including Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work, Human Services, Human … Continue reading

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Children’s Building Renovations Completed!

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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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