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Domestic Violence Awareness Month Events

Domestic Violence Awareness Month – October Schedule of Events

 

Be Loud, Be Proud October 01, 2021 @ 3:00pm – Virtual Event

Domestic violence not only exists in heterosexual relationships but as well as our LGBTQ+ relationships. We cannot assume the victim or one who causes harm can be easily identified simply by their physical traits or attributes. Let’s uncover the misconceptions of domestic violence and the LGBTQ communities. We are to provide support and healing for our LGBTQ+ communities.

 

One Voice, One Community

October 04, 2021 ALL DAY – Fundraising Dining Event

20% of your bill at Matador Cantina will be donated to WTLC

 

My Voice Matters, Your Voice Matter Spanish

October 05, 2021 @1:00pm – Virtual Event

La comunicación, ya sea en persona o utilizando tecnología, puede ser difícil y muchas veces puede ser frustrante dentro de las relaciones, ya sean románticas, entre familia o amistades. A veces, esto también puede ser un factor de mayor peligro dentro de las relaciones de violencia doméstica. Durante esta presentación, el departamento clínico presentará aspectos de la comunicación saludable, consejos y estrategias, y juegos de rol para ayudar a los participantes a aumentar su empoderamiento dentro de su comunicación para crear relaciones seguras y saludables en el futuro.

 

Proclaiming Solidarity

October 05, 2021 City Of Fullerton @6:30pm / City Of Placentia @7:00pm

 

My Voice Matters, Your Voice Matter English

October 07, 2021 @10:30am – Virtual Event

Communication, whether in person or utilizing technology, can be difficult and often times can be a point of frustration within relationships, whether it be romantic, familial, or friendships. At times this can also be a factor in increased danger within domestic violence relationships. During this presentation, the clinical team will present on aspects of healthy communication, tips and strategies, and role playing in order to assist participants in increasing their empowerment within their communication to create safe and healthier relationships moving forward.

 

All Voices Welcome

October 13, 2021 @ 12:00pm – Virtual Event

Learn more about WTLC’s Bridge Housing Program and the inclusive, welcoming services available for survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking.

 

Speaking From The Heart

October 13, 2021 @ 6:00pm – In Person Event

Come have a drink and some appetizers as we learn how to Speak From the Heart. Bring your partner, a friend, or family member and learn how to strengthen your relationships! All couples welcome! This workshop is designed for those who want to learn effective communication skills, skills on addressing and navigating disagreements.
Some topics include: Identifying your emotions, Healthy communication, Conflict resolution, Enhancing your communication
Masks required

 

Voicing Our Concerns

October 15, 2021 @ 6:00pm – Virtual Event

Whether it’s a call to the cops to protect your family from harm, or asking a judge for a restraining order, sometimes the only option we have to stay safe is to talk to law enforcement to try to get help. This can be stressful and scary when we have had violent or negative interactions with law enforcement in the past, or when our communities have a historically bad relationship with those hired to protect everyone. Caring, local professionals from the justice system are here to share their perspective and answer your questions about how you and your family can safely and effectively get the help you need if you find yourself in a situation where you need to call for help or seek legal protection.

 

Speaking Your Truth

October 18, 2021 @ 3:00pm – Virtual Event

We will be unpacking the concept of healthy masculinity and what that looks like. The topics that will be discussed include cultural differences, acceptable behavior, machismo, gender roles, and societal expectations.

Proclaiming Solidarity

October 19,2021 City Of Brea @7:00pm

 

Man[Ing]

October 21, 2021 @ 6:00pm – Virtual Event

Join us for an evening of conversation about healthy masculinity, relationships, and how we can redefine manhood to promote happier and healthier boys and men.
This event is open to all male identifying individuals.

 

Voices Of Those Who Stay

October 26, 2021 @ 3:00pm – Virtual Event

“Quite often victims are blamed for the abuse or harassed with the question, why don’t you just leave? Leaving isn’t as easy as you may think it is. There are many factors involved as to why someone cannot leave an abusive relationship. Along with those factors, there are many barriers that prevent someone from seeking the help that they need. We can provide the safe refuge for all survivors in their healing process and overcoming those potential barriers that make it difficult for them to escape the violence.”

 

3/4 Time Dueling Pianos Event

October 28, 2021 @ 7:00pm – In Person Event

Our fourth annual 3/4 Time Dueling Pianos event is an opportunity to enjoy a night of music and entertainment under the moon while demonstrating your support for those who have survived violence and exploitation.

We have sold out this event for the last two years, so don’t miss your opportunity to register and be part of something magical. Let the music begin!

“A place where you can sing and be yourself.”

 

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Questions: Contact Alyssa Reyes @areyes@wtlc.org. / 714-992-1939 ext 113