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“Call For Help” Training in Illinois

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Centerstone recently announced it is co-hosting a free training with Call For Help, Inc. Sexual Assault and Rape Crisis Center. This training is for health professionals on March 5, from 1 – 4:00 p.m. at its location, 2615 Edwards Street, Alton, IL.

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Centerstone recently announced it is co-hosting a free training with Call For Help, Inc. Sexual Assault and Rape Crisis Center. This training is for health professionals on March 5, from 1 – 4:00 p.m. at its location, 2615 Edwards Street, Alton, IL.

The training will be presented by Jordan Kilpatrick, B.S the Coordinator of Community Outreach Services with Call for Help.

In this presentation, attendees will:
• Learn about the meaning and definition of sexual assault
• Discuss the myths and facts about rape culture and where the movement stemmed
• Obtain knowledge and understanding of advocacy and the legal rights of the survivor
• Gain strategic techniques and support mechanisms to help survivors

“This topic is important because unfortunately sexual assault and sexual harassment has become commonly prevalent not only across the world but most concerning, right here in the communities we work, live and socialize in,” says Kilpatrick. “It is imperative that we each make it a personal agenda to do our parts in ending sexual assault.”

Attendees will be eligible for three (3) CEU credits for LCPC, LPC, LCSW, or LSW after completing this training. The number of attendees is limited to 25 in each training session, so register early.

For more information, contact Jenna Farmer-Brackett at (618) 462-2331, ext.1785.

Supporting the Survivor Training flyer is available for download.

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