To schedule any of the programs listed below, please call our Outreach Office at 724-776-5910.
The myths and facts surrounding emergency contraception (EC) are examined as well as a detailed explanation of how EC works, how it is used and obstacles that may be encountered when requesting EC.
Explains and clarifies the role of the VOICe medical advocate when called to a hospital to provide support to a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault and other victimizations.
Professional Guide to Identifying Sexual Assault in Persons with Developmental Disabilities
Information on why people with developmental disabilities are more vulnerable to sexual assault, physical and behavioral signs to look for, types of disclosures of an assault and how to appropriately handle them.
Sexual Assault: Victim Support from Family and Friends
Subjects discussed are definitions, statistics and facts concerning sexual assault, tactics of a perpetrator, personal risk reduction and safety.
Sexual Assault: Victim Support from Medical Professionals
This is a presentation designed for those in the medical field. Information includes statistics, sexual assault myths and facts, the emotional impact of a sexual assault on a victim, physical signs and symptoms, screening tools and what you can do as a professional to help.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Explains how to determine if someone (or you) is being sexually harassed, types of sexual harassment, psychological effects, health effects, survival skills and reaching out for support.