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Local DELTA Projects
A core element of primary prevention of domestic and dating violence is helping people change. We offer new information, shift ways of thinking and attitudes, and ask people to act differently.
Four local Wisconsin domestic violence and community-based programs have been working through the CDC-funded DELTA primary prevention project to create programs to help people change. Each program focuses on a specific group in their community:
Youth Action Committee
M.E.N.S (Men Encouraging Non-Violent Strength) Club
GMVP (Greek Men in Violence Prevention)
Bringing Families Together to Build Healthy Relationships
WCADV would like to make materials available to anyone seeking to learn about working with these populations toward social change and prevention.
Discovery Dating - Teen Dating Violence Prevention
Discovery Dating is a healthy relationship development tool created by Wise Women Gathering Place (WWGP) Director, Alice Skenandore. It provides a process for exploration of personal values, discernment of character traits of others, and practice of informed decision making.
Discovery Dating details steps which enable the student to predict repercussions of certain choices and the benefits of true partnership based upon discernment of facts and information.
For more information contact Jen Schanen at Wise Women Gathering Place.
Preventing Teen Dating Violence with Rural Youth - Youth Action Committee
The Youth Action Committee (YAC) is a school-based, youth-driven, teen dating violence prevention project funded through DELTA. The project is located in the rural Wisconsin community of Chippewa Falls and offered through Chippewa County‘s alternative high school as a two-semester class that allows juniors and seniors to earn service learning credit.
For more information about YAC, contact Denise Kervin at Family Support Center.