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24 Hour Crisis Hotline 618-235-0892
Working Together to End Domestic Violence
PurpleOne & The Violence Prevention Center
The Violence Prevention Center is proud to be an official partner with PurpleOne. Through this partnership, we offer free training to individuals, businesses, and organizations on how to RECOGNIZE. RESPOND.REFER survivors of domestic violence. This program will change our community’s response to domestic violence and allow survivors to access safe and compassionate help wherever they are at.
About PurpleOne Trainings
PurpleOne provides free training that prepares individuals to become pro-social bystanders. This half-day training will teach you to implement evidence-based best practices to help victims you encounter to connect with help. After attending the training, you will know how to RECOGNIZE. RESPOND. REFER survivors.
Learn different types of violence
Understand effects of domestic violence
Realize tactics of control abusers use
Discover how to be a prosocial bystander
Ensure safety when intervening
Learn how to avoid victim blaming
Find out about services offered to survivors
Positively connect survivors with help the they need
Become an advocate for survivors of domestic vioelnce
About PurpleOne Safe Places
So you have a physical location for your business or organization? We need you!
We are working to build a community network of Safe Places where survivors of domestic violence can walk in to ask for help, get information, or be referred to us for help. Can you imagine taking simple steps to connect someone with life-changing support?
To become a Safe Place through PurpleOne, one person (or a few) participates in the half-day PurpleOne training to learn how to RECOGNIZE. RESPOND.REFER. survivors of domestic violence. After training, you can apply to be SafePlace. Once approved, we provide your organization with a PurpleOne Dot to place at the entrance of your location and referral materials to distribute when you need to. Your business will be listed on the PurpleOne Safe Place finder, available on the PurpleOne website and the Safe Place app.
upcoming training date
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