Monday, October 12, 2009

Programs Offered through Fairview Hospital

Teen Dating and Violence Prevention
Tuesday, October 13th

One in five teens are hit, slapped or pushed in a serious dating relationship during their teen years.

Tim Boehnlein, associate director of the Domestic Violence Center, will address the issue of teen dating violence through the use of local case studies, video presentation and discussion. Healthy relationship behaviors for teens will also be presented.

This program is cosponsored by the SANE Program at Fairview Hospital and the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center.

Talking to your Teenagers about Sexual Assault and Sexting
Monday, November 23rd

This educational program, co-sponsored by the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center and the SANE Program at Fairview Hospital is designed for parents of teenagers and college students. Now is the time to talk to your children about preventing rape and sexual assault.

Attend this program to learn the myths and facts about sexual assault, how students can protect themselves on campus, special dynamics of alcohol and sexual assault, how to respond to a sexual assault disclosure from your child or a friend, and the legal consequences of sexting or sending nude photographs via cell phones.

These programs are free. Registration is required. Please contact 1-877-234-FITT to register for each course. Classes held at the Fairview Hospital Wellness Center, 3035 Wooster Road, Rocky River

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