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Conference proposals are now being accepted for the 15th Annual Ending Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Conference, December 11-13, 2013
The Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs and the Kentucky Domestic Violence Association are now accepting proposals for the 15th Annual Ending Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Conference!
December 11-13, 2013
Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa
Focus areas include:
Human Trafficking | Disability | Substance Abuse | Primary Prevention and Social Change | Advanced Clinical/Mental Health | Non-Profit Administration | Children & Youth | Working Collaboratively | SART Issues | Marginalized Communities including Male Victims
Please submit the Conference Proposal Form to be considered as a presenter:
Deadline June 7, 2013 (Late proposals will not be considered) Conference Proposal Form
Presenters will be notified by July 5, 2013
Contact Tana Bentley for questions or additional information by email or phone at 502-226-2704
Sweets from the Shelters is a collection of recipes from the staff and Executive Directors of Kentucky's Domestic Violence Shelters. Connie Little, the Executive Director of the Sandy Valley Abuse Center, said it best, "We often overlook the importance of food as a healing journey and a means of communication much deeper than words. Food, the preparation and sharing has the ability to comfort a broken heart and nourish a battered soul." This cookbook is available for purchase for $15 each.
Following is a list of females murdered by male intimate partners in the state of Kentucky who were identified within the last year
(October 1, 2011 through September 30, 2012). This is not an exhaustive list, including only those women of whom KDVA
is aware of through Kentucky newspapers and Kentucky’s domestic violence programs. Click Here for the list of names...
A Green Dot is any behavior, choice, word, or attitude that counters or displaces a red-dot of violence.
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