Through community presentations, newspaper articles, radio spots and educational programs, knowledge of the problem of family violence and its solution are creating social change.

We see education as the key to awareness and prevention of domestic violence and its dynamics.

Community Presentations:

Looking for someone to speak about domestic violence to your church, social, civic, or business group? WIN community education coordinators can talk about the work being done through our services as well as our client and staff needs regarding volunteers and resources. We also offer training to a wide variety of occupations wanting to know more about domestic violence, its effect and help for its victims. Teachers, law enforcement agents, business owners, clergy, and health care workers are some of the groups that can benefit from training.

Teen Dating Violence Prevention Programs:

WIN provides prevention programs for local middle and high schools that focus on dating abuse and how to prevent it.

To schedule a speaker contact WIN's Executive Director Connie Pettitt:

Hunt County: (903) 455-4612
Rockwall County: (972) 772-3000

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