Would you like to make a difference for the victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking? We are recruiting passionate community members from all educational and professional backgrounds in Luce, Mackinac, and Chippewa counties that would like to volunteer to joint our Board of Directors.Contact our Director Betsy Huggett for more information!
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Celebrate National Philanthropy Day and learn how you can help us make a difference in the lives of the victims of domestic violence or sexual assault and their families. It can be as easy as using amazon.smile when you shop or donating items for our annual Christmas party or as profound as volunteering for our crisis help line. Our director, Betsy Huggett, shares how our combined efforts and outreach helps law enforcement and others to recognize and protect victims in our community.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and DPRC kicked it off by putting Domestic Violence in the Penalty Box at the local hockey game. In this issue, find out why people often stay with an abuser, and how you can help by becoming an upstander.
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Volunteers Needed for upcoming events, a message from our director about National Hunger Awareness Month and information about National Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Day in this month’s edition.
May is Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month and Mental Health Month, In this edition of our newsletter we outline the importance and pertinent facts about both, and some ways to help and participate.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and a big time of year for the Diane Peppler Resource Center. This month we hosted Katie Hnida, a speaker for sexual assault awareness, at both LSSU’s Take Back the Night event and at La Salle High School in St. Ignace. This month we are also hosting our Annual Dolly and Me High Tea Fundraiser.
In this months issue: Domestic Abuse and Brain Trauma, Self Injury Awareness, Dolly and Me Tickets
January 2016 is National Stalking Awareness Month.
National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, Holiday Donation needs, Christmas Party, Board Vacancies and new services in this month’s newsletter!
Chili Cook-off, National Homelessness and Hunger Awareness Week, #Don’tCutVOCA! and much more in this Months Newsletter.
July 2015 Newsletter