Episode 2: How do I know if I am in a healthy relationship? (Part 1)
Content: Non-threatening behavior, respect, trust and support, honesty and accountability.
Facilitator: Sherry Peters
Guests – Sahara McGrath, Coordinator of the Shippensburg University (SU) PAGE Center & Emily Ott, Public Education Coordinator at Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland & Perry Counties
1. DVSCPC offers services including an emergency shelter, a 24-hour hotline that you can call or text at 1-800-852-2102, individual and group counseling, protection from abuse (PFA) orders, medical and legal accompaniment, and children’s programs, among other resources. Their website can be found at http://dvscp.org.
2. Shippensburg University’s Pride & Gender Equity (PAGE) Center offers a focal point for all university community members who support the wellbeing of gender-based violence survivors, LGBTQ+ students, women, LGBTQ+ men, and agender students. https://www.ship.edu/life/resources/page/
3. Equality and Power and Control Wheels – The wheel serves as a diagram of tactics that an abusive partner uses to keep their victim in a relationship.
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