Child Sexual Abuse: Awareness and Intervention
Wednesday, April 6 @ 12:30pm-2:00pm
Middletown Campus, Fairfax Hall, Room 300
FREE pizza for all attendees
The Laurel Center is hosting this special presentation open to all students, staff, faculty and community members.
Resources & Past Programs
The Hunting Ground streaming movie
The Clothesline Project
Students were invited to take a stand against domestic violence and design a t-shirt for this project. Students registered for the event ahead of time, picked up their plain, white t-shirts via contactless pickup, then designed their shirts at home. All submissions were submitted virtually and the Violence Prevention Education Group voting members ranked submissions.
1st Place submission by Joseph O’Brien
Additional submissions by Kelsey Swick, Kathryn Hamman, and Sally Bowers, respectively
All Me Assembly: Appearance & Performance Enhancing Substances
The Taylor Hooton Foundation’s core, research based education programs are designed to raise awareness and education about the dangers of appearance and performance enhancing substances including dietary supplements. LFCC hosted this program in Fall 2020. A recording of the program can be requested by emailing [email protected].
Safety Planning: Invisible Signs
How to recognize non-verbal signs of distress, uncomfortableness and other signs to know when someone needs help. S.A.F.E. Youth Program Coordinator, Jennifer Bowles, was joined by four-year college students in this informative, panel-like conversation.
The session recording can be requested by emailing [email protected].
*Note: The April 22, 2021 session was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.