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This google sheet exists for the purpose of keeping up to date information on the prevention efforts happening across the United States and beyond. Entering your information on this sheet grants others who have access to it, the permission to contact you directly for more information about your work. Please do not add anyone's information to this sheet without their knowledge or permission. With any questions or concerns about this sheet, please reach out to Women's Advocates directly at outreach@wadvocates.org
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NamePositionOrganizationEmail AddressPhone Number LocationCountryStateCountiesTarget Population Offerings Website Upcoming events/offerings Social MediaYouTube ChannelAny other notes
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Brenisen WheelerCommunity Education and Outreach Manager Women's Advocatesbwheeler@wadvocates.org651.726.5233St. PaulUSAMinnesotaRamsey and Hennepin Domestic violence survivors, direct social service providers, domestic/sexual violence advocates, medical/mental health providers https://www.wadvocates.org/our-services/violence-prevention-education/training-topics/https://www.wadvocates.org/our-services/violence-prevention-education/https://www.wadvocates.org/events/Facebook, Instagram & Twitter: @womensadvocateshttps://www.youtube.com/c/WomensAdvocates/We love to host events to highlight other preventionists! If you would like to present a webinar with us, please reach out to outreach@wadvocates.org
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Cora PhillipsDirector of Prevention & EducationSeekhaven
cora@seekhaven.org
435-259-2229MoabUSAUtah
Grand and San Juan
Upstream prevention within outdoor recreation and tourism industry
bystander intervention, policy development
seekhaven.org/prevention
Hiring youth prevention coordinator to facilitate One Love programming
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Dawn RuttElder Abuse Services CoordinatorAlexandra House
drutt@alexandrahouse.org
612479-5951AnokaUSAMinnesotaAnokaDV, SV Elder AbuseElder Abuse Presentations
www.alexandrahouse.org
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Sarah ValentineClient Advocate, LSWAgape Oasis - Oasis of Love Crisis Intervention Centersarah@agapeoasis.com612-529-6055MinneapolisUSAMinnesotaHennepin and all surrounding metro areaDomestic abuse/sexual assault survivors and perpetrators, as well as any other crisis situationsHealing-centered training for staff, schools, clinics, etc. around care, support, prevention, sensitivity, and more.
Agape Child Development Center childcare from 5:30am-10pm weekdays, 9am-5pm on weekends, open to kids 6 weeks to 12 years.
Safe At Home application assistance.

Bridging furniture shopping or Cradle of Hope crisis pregnancy referrals.
Community events, ongoing advocacy, networking, etc.
https://www.agapeoasis.com/oasis-of-loveSpring 2024: Women's financial abuse survivor support group - contact Sarah for more info!
Men's DV intervention & anger accountability course "In Him" starting in March 2024.

Hiring a new male and female Client Advocate, especially with a passion for N. Mpls and BIPOC community members.

Agape Child Development Center is hiring teachers, custodians, and a cook. https://www.agapeoasis.com/careers
F: https://www.facebook.com/Agape-Oasis-654036708064404/

LI: https://www.linkedin.com/company/agapeoasis/

I: https://www.instagram.com/agape_oasis/
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Mary Beth Becker-LauthDomestic Violence Community EducatorWomen's Advocatesmbecker@wadvocates.orgSt. PaulUSAMinnesota
Ramsey and Hennepin
Domestic violence survivors, direct social service providers, domestic/sexual violence advocates, medical/mental health providers
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Maria MurdzaAPD PREAUnity House DV
mmurdza@unityhouseny.org
518-874-2014TroyUSANYRensselaerDomestic violence
DV awareness Webinar series. Every Thursday in October. Link is: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5NGluqlyQleuCIarLkrIFg
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Courtney SchwalbachCommunity Educator & Program Support AdvocateSojourner Project
courtney@sojournerproject.org
952.351.4066
Western Hennepin
USAMinnesotaHennepin
Domestic violence and dating violence survivors
https://www.sojournerproject.org/programs-services
sojournerproject.org
Webinar: Supporting the Journey: Hope and Healing After Domestic Violence (registration link)
Friday October 28, 12pm-1pm
Instagram: @sojournerMN
Facebook: Sojourner Project
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Julia TindellSexual Violence Prevention Program PlannerMinnesota Department of Healthjulia.tindell@state.mn.us651-201-5484St. PaulUSAMinnesotaStatewideSexual violence primary preventionTraining & TA, prevention funding, evaluation, building statewide networks for preventionistsWho We Are - Sexual Violence Prevention Program - Minnesota Department of Health (state.mn.us)Sign up for the SVPN e-news, or email me if you have an event you'd like to share! Join us for future SVPN meetings
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LaToya LynnPrevention & Education SpecialistFamily Advocacy Program
latoya.lynn@usmc.mil
703-784-4283QuanticoUSAVirginiaMilitary Familieswww.prevailinc.com
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7DyU5nu7zdPRJ1wBZA5otg/videos
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Maddie FoltaPrimary Prevention SpecialistPrevail Inc.
mfolta@prevailinc.org
317-773-6942NoblesvilleUSAIndianaHamilton
Domestic violence survivors, youth in the community, people in community impacted by violence
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Hunter BeckstromPrevention Program CoordinatorMinnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MNCASA)
hbeckstrom@mncasa.org
MinneapolisUSAMinnesotaStatewide
Primary prevention of sexual violence
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JoLynn BackesCoordinator of Community EducationAlbany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center
jolynn.backes@albanycountyny.gov
AlbanyUSANYAlbany
All community members
https://www.albanycounty.com/departments/crime-victim-and-sexual-violence-center
https://www.albanycounty.com/departments/crime-victim-and-sexual-violence-center
@AlbanyCoumtyCVSVC on Instagram and Facebook
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Kimberly Carter
Title IX Coordinator
Albany State University
kimberly.carter@asurams.edu
AlbanyUSAGADougherty; Crisp
University students, faculty, and staff
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Joana BettencourtSupport Victim SpeciaistPorto, Portugal Support Victim Office
joana.bettencourt@acm.gov.pt
PortoPortugal
Domestic violence survivors, direct social service providers, domestic/sexual violence advocates, medical/mental health providers
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Meredith GraggPrevention EducatorAlbemarle Hopeline
prevention@albemarlehopeline.org
Elizabeth CityUSANCPasquotank, Currituck, Perquimans, Camden, Gates, ChowanDomestic violence and sexual assault survivors.
https://www.albemarlehopeline.org/get-help/services/
https://www.albemarlehopeline.org/Facebook, Instagram, both Albemarle Hopeline
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Kasey CarterAdvocateFACTS
kcarter109@hotmail.com
561-275-8098TampaUSAFL
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Viviane LinosPrevention Education SpecialistIndiana Universityvplinos@iu.eduIndianapolisUSAINMarion
Students, staff, and faculty
sapir.iupui.edu
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Pam OtalOutreach & Volunteer CoordinatorDaya
pam@dayahouston.org
8328756830HoustonUSATX
Harris, Montgomery, Ft. Bend
South Asian and other similar immigrant survivors of DV/SA
dayahouston.org
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram (@dayahouston)
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Marian HarrisDV Outreach CoordinatorPonca Tribe of Nebraska
mharris@poncatribe-ne.org
402-750-9296OmahaUSANEDouglasNative AmericanDirect Support
https://www.poncatribe-ne.org
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
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Ariel AtkinsDirector of Prevention & EducationSeekhaven
ariel@seekhaven.org
435-259-2229MoabUSAUTGrand/San JuanCommunity
Prevention education, client support, shelter, advocacy
www.seekhaven.org
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Hannah FussyPrevention and Education AdvocateAnna Marie's Alliancehannahf@annamaries.org320-251-7203 ex. 242Saint CloudUSAMN StearnsVictim-Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence, youth who have experienced DV Shelter, Community Advocacy, Child and Youth, Prevention and Education, Supervised Visitation
https://annamaries.org/
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Ashley KroisFamily Advocate and TrainerFirst Witness Child Advocacy Center
akrois@firstwitness.org
218-727-8353DuluthUSAMN
St. Louis, Carlton, Lake, Cook, Douglas
Children, Teens, Adults, Families experiencing abuse and/or neglect
Crisis Intervention, Prevention Education, Community Education, Safety Planning, Filing Protective Orders, Service Referrals, Emotional Support, Training Opportunities, Body Safety Education, Court Accompaniment, Systems Education
https://firstwitness.org/
Facebook, Instagram (@firstwitnesscac)
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Michele Beaulieux
beaulieux.michele@gmail.com
312-421-6725
http://reservoirofhope.blog/
https://www.facebook.com/CultureOfConsent/
https://www.youtube.com/@reservoirofhope
Looking to move to Twin Cities
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Kayla SimmonsRape Prevention and education Program Coordinator Alabama Coalition Against Rape
kaysimmonsacar@gmail.com
334-264-0123Montgomery USAAL
Faith-Based, HBCUs. marginalized populations
www.acar.org
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Michelle PetersonCommunity Prevention CoordinatorSunrise of Pasco
mpeterson@sunrisepasco.org
352-999-5923Dade City USAFLPasco
Children, teens, college students
Prevention education
https://www.sunrisepasco.org
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Jamie PitmanPrevention EducatorProject Sanctuary
jamie@projectsanctuary.org
707-462-9196UkiahUSACAMendocinoWhole CommunityPrevention Education
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Dawn JosephDomestic Abuse Fatality Review CoordinatorLouisiana Department of Health, Office of Public Health, Bureau of Family Health
dawn.joseph@la.gov
225-281-1019New OrleansUSALAStatewideGovernor & Legislature, State Agencies, La Domestic Violence Prevention Commission, Law Enforcements, Court Systems, Healthcare Providers, Advocacy Services, Community-based Organizations, Recommendations to prevent and reduce domestic abuse fatality in the state of Louisiana
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Alison FeighDirector of Jacob Wetterling Resource CenterZero Abuse Project
alison@zeroabuseproject.org
651-714-4673St PaulUSAMN
National and Statewide
Families of the missing for services, children, teens, family for preventionPrevention Educationwww.jwrc.org
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Carlie AbelCommunity Health Educator Domestic Violence PreventionIndian Health Board of Minneapolis
carlie.abel@indianhealthboard.com
612-721-9893MinneapolisUSAMNPrimary care services are available to everyone regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation or ability to pay. We accept most insurances including Medicaid and Medicare.Community health clinic that provides primary medical care, dental services, mental and behavioral health, and recovery services, along with health and wellness education. The clinic specializes in promoting health care in an urban setting to American Indians, Alaska Natives, and the surrounding diverse Minneapolis community. To meet the needs of the local American Indian and Alaskan Native communities seeking traditional care, we provide medicines like sage, cedar, tobacco, and sweet grass, as well as cultural practices like hand drumming and singing. https://www.indianhealthboard.com/
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Kelly GladerCommunity Outreach and Legal Advocacy InternSojourner Project
gladerk@augsburg.edu
MinneapolisUSAMNHennepin
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Julia HamannDirector of Community ProgrammingCADAjuliah@cadamn.org507-625-8688 ext 112MankatoUSAMNBlue Earth, Brown, Sibley, Nicollet, Le Sueur, Waseca, Martin, Fairbault, Watonwon Whole communitytabling, community presentations on DV, SA, and healthy relationshipscadamn.org/community-educationfacebook: https://www.facebook.com/CADAMinnesota
instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cada_mn/
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Mery LarsonVictim AdvocateSAFE
Va@Safejourneys.org
VAUSAva
Fauquier, Orange, Culpeper
Whole community
Community presentations on DV,S.A
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