BREAKING THE CYCLE
Focusing on recognizing signs of domestic violence in relationships and discovering ways to help avoid them in the future.
FINDING FINANCIAL FREEDOM
This is job and income guidance support, to help rebuild a survivor's independence, secure and maintain housing and help provide resources to achieve financial self-reliance, as a survivor of domestic violence.
Self-healing after trauma - developing healthy habits through healthy habits through introspection, emotional release, creative constructs & healing arts - for survivors of domestic violence & sexual assault
2nd & 4th
Home skills for self sufficiency. Building a more stable homelife by understanding balance or work-life-health-family. Everyday home-skills, family essentials, meal plans, food-prep & preservation, natural remedies & more!
Tools, resources, referrals, and options available for victims & survivors of domestic violence & sexual assault
SURVIVOR'S SELF DEFENSE
Mayday local law enforcement joins with Mayday Advocates twice a year to help bring awareness and self-defense skills to anyone wishing to learn how to defend themselves against an attacker or abuser, wishing to cause them bodily harm.
Trainings are held twice a year & open to Baker County residents, age 18 & older or over the age of 15 (with parental consent & supervision). This supports education & awareness for DV/SA survivors and their families.
APRIL & OCTOBER
11am & 2pm