Dating violence prevention
However, the questions we ask at the start of every conversation help us provide you with the very best possible support for your situation, and help our organization work toward our mission.
With the exceptions of the initial safety question and in some cases, your age, you never have to share any information you don’t feel comfortable sharing.
Maybe you struggle to find the right opportunity, or maybe you’re just scared and don’t know what to expect.
It can be frustrating to finally gather the courage to call, only to have to answer a bunch of questions before getting the help you need.
The categories include: Visual Arts: drawings, paintings, posters, photographs, photo documentary, etc. (Videos must not exceed 3 minutes) Written Works: songwriting, poetry, short story, essay, etc.
(Must not exceed 500 words) Media pieces must reflect the theme of the contest and artists are encouraged to submit a description of their project.
The contest is open to all Utah students in grades 11-18 (and youth not in school but of equivalent age).
Highlights include our feature article, "Breaking the Silence: My Journey from Secrecy to Survival" and a Q&A about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and their impact on resilience and survival.
This issue also provides a reminder about the State’s annual Crime Victims’ Memorial Annual Brick Dedication Ceremony, an important update about voter registration confidentiality, an announcement about OPDV's two new Forem Fellowship grantees, and an explanation of the State's supportive housing initiative. Look at our publications page and place an order or download publications from our website.
Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative 2018 Governor Andrew M.
Cuomo has announced the third phase of the historic billion five-year plan launched in 2016 to create or preserve over 100,000 affordable and at least 6,000 supportive housing units.