Upcoming Events

Our next upcoming event will be the Choose Respect Awareness Event 

 

March 27th, 2019 from 12 pm to 2 pm. 

Together, we are sending messages of hope and healing to the many who have suffered from crimes of violence and to help engage communities in effective strategies to prevent violence in the future.  


Community Awareness Workshop on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. 


April, 2019

9 am - 5 pm

Topics discussed include Effects of Domestic Violence on Children, Substance Abuse and Victimization, Trauma Informed Care and Resiliency. Invited guest speakers include Kenaitze Indian Tribe,  Kenai District Attorney's office, Kenai Police Dept. and others.  


 $35 cost includes all supplies. Continuing education credit available for an extra fee through Kenai Peninsula College.  


 Contact the Education and Training Assistant at 283-9479 for more information. 

Events

Support Groups

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2:30 pm Tuesdays starting March 5th, 2019. A 16 week support group for women coping with substance abuse, interpersonal violence and trauma.  


2 pm Thursdays - Women's Support Group 

beginning January 5,2017

The goal of this ongoing group is to support women wishing to live healthy violence-free lifestyles.

Calendar of Events

The Annual Run for Women

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Held the second Saturday of August. The Run for Women consists of two certified races: 5K and 10K courses on a multi-looped, paved road winding through the streets of downtown Kenai. Courses are wheelchair accessible.
 

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Community Awareness Workshop

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The Community Awareness Workshop on Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault is a  5- day workshop held each April and October. Topics discussed include Effects of Domestic Violence on Children. Invited guest speakers include Kenaitze Indian Tribe,  Kenai District Attorney's office, Kenai Police Dept. and others.  

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Choose Respect

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March 27th, 2019 from 12 pm to 2 pm. 

Together, we are sending messages of hope and healing to the many who have suffered from crimes of violence and to help engage communities in effective strategies to prevent violence in the future.  

Find out more