Self-Injury Awareness Day 2015 hopes to generate conversation about the prevalence of self-injuring behaviors and ways we – as a society – can begin having productive conversations about causes, motivations, and ways people heal. Self-injury… Read More
Black History Month is coming to a close – a good time to reflect on New Jersey’s diverse communities and the challenges they face in receiving both prevention messages, and intervention services for sexual violence.
This is the second post in a three-part series focused on ways parents* can serve as powerful allies in efforts to address and prevent child sexual abuse. This post will offer resources and language for… Read More