WIT is committed to providing educational programs and presentations that help communities recognize and respond to domestic violence, substance abuse, child abuse, gender-based assault, community violence, and the linkages between them.
We can train staff as well as participants, and customize workshops to suit your organization's needs. We work with medical providers, faith-based organizations, government agencies, social service agencies, schools, workplaces, and other groups. We are also available to table and distribute information at community and resource fairs.
Examples of past trainings include:
- Presenting at a church on how to address domestic violence in the congregation
- Training staff at social service agencies on how to work with clients who present with domestic violence or substance abuse
- Partnering with Human Resources (HR) staff to develop policies around domestic violence and substance abuse in the workplace
- Working with treatment programs on the linkages between domestic violence and substance abuse
We also offer WAVE empowerment self-defense workshops. Click here for more information about WAVE.
Contact us at 215.564.5301 ext.116 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for a needs assessment and to discuss fees. We are happy to work with you to design a training specific to your organization’s needs.
Teen Dating Violence Education Prevention Program
WIT is launching a Teen Dating Violence Education Prevention Program, designed to promote healthy relationships, increase knowledge of teen dating violence, and encourage teens to take a stand against it. During the course of 8 weeks, students learn nonviolent communication, conflict resolution, assertiveness, boundary setting and listening skills.
This program is for individuals of all gender identities from ages 14 - 18, and is provided at no charge to participating organizations.
Bring us to your church, school, Girl Scouts troop, after-school program, and more! Contact us at 215.564.5301 ext. 116 or email@example.com for more information about bringing WIT's Teen DV Education Prevention Program to your community.