ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:


Battered Intervention Protection Program (formerly Pivot Project)
713-224-9911

Bay Area Turning Point

Brazoria County Women's Center
1-800-243-5788

Catholic Charities

Casa Juan Diego
713-869-7376

Fort Bend County Women's Center

Family Time Crisis and Counseling Center

Family Violence Center
281-885-4673

Houston Homeless

Houston Area Women's Center

Katy Christian Ministries

New Horizon Family Center

Texas Council on Family Violence

Texas Association Against Sexual Assault

ASIANS AGAINST DOMESTIC ABUSE


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In addition to providing direct services and emotional support to our clients, AADA offers education and violence prevention courses to community schools, health clinics, professional EAP and HR departments, and other partnering organizations.

Sub-topics of such workshops include (but are not limited to):

Introduction to Primary Prevention

Education vs. Primary Prevention

Community Mobilization

9 Principles of Effective Programming

Inequality of History and Roots of Violence

Media’s Portrayal of Gender Stereotypes

Mixing Technology in Relationships

Text-ual Harassment

Sex-ting

Online Safety

Healthy vs. Abusive Relationship

Characteristics of abusive relationships

Characteristics of healthy relationships

What to do if you are in an abusive relationship- Safety planning

Courage and Bystanders

Bullying and Emotional Abuse

Effective communication: Aggressive, Passive,

and Assertive

Sexual Assault

Date rape drugs

Types of sexual assault

Risk Reduction Strategies

What to do if assaulted?



Please contact AADA directly to set up a workshop for your business or organization today!

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