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2016 Report to the Community on Domestic & Sexual Violence

Our annual Report to the Community on Domestic & Sexual Violence is an opportunity to reflect on where we are as a community, the progress we have made over the past 27 years to try and stem the tide of violence, and highlight the many prevention efforts our community is engaged in. This year's focus was on primary prevention and attendees were asked to think about their role in preventing domestic and sexual violence.

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Justice System Response

Comprehensive Community Services

About Elder Abuse: Did You Know?
 


Thank you to our friends at Solon Quinn Studios for producing this video focusing on our prevention work. We appreciate your unending support.

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27th Annual Report to the Community on Domestic & Sexual Violence at SKY Armory. Part of our Men. Lead by Example Coordinator, George Kilpatrick, opens our 27th Annual Report to the Community Helen Hudson shares community data collected for the Report to the Community. Vera House Campus Project Coordinator, Tiffany Brec, shares how we can be more involved in primary prevention in our everyday lives. Representatives from our campus partners including: Onondaga Community College, LeMoyne College and Syracuse University discuss prevention efforts on campus. Vera House Prevention Educators, Eric and Anthony McGriff, perform a piece they created on messages related to masculinity that support domestic & sexual violence. Joe Horan, Building Men Program Coordinator, talks about the amazing work he does with young men in Syracuse.
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