The Winner Resource Center for Families staff offers presentations to community and civic organizations, church groups and other community based organizations who wish to learn more about domestic violence and sexual assault and the work we do.
The Winner Resource Center for Families offers presentations to students in grades 7 through 12. Our presentations are around an hour long and include question and answer session. The presentations can be designed to fit your specifications with regard to time and content. The presentations we offer in schools are:
1. Healthy Relationships
2. Teen Dating
3. Domestic Violence
4. Human Trafficking
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic Violence is the abuse of Power and Control over another person by using threats, threats of physical violence, physical assaults, intimidation, control of finances, emotional abuse, threats to harm children and themselves. Any action by another person that make you fear that person is a good indication that you are in an unhealthy relationship.
The Winner Resource Center for Families Victim Advocate travels to the Gregory County Courthouse twice per month to provide services.
For specific days and/or to schedule a time with the Advocate, please contact the Winner Resource Center business office at 605-842-2736.