Because Peace Work SHOPS programs are conducted over a period of weeks…
Read more The goal of the DVCC Coordinated Community Response to Teen Dating Violence is to increase access to services and ultimately reduce the recurrence of teen dating violence in the Stamford community.
Read more Domestic violence affects each and every person living in an abusive home, and is especially detrimental to children.
While children may not be the target of violence, living in an abusive household affects them deeply.
Read more Peace Works, a prevention education project of the DVCC, believes the prevention of violence in our society begins with the education of children.
Peace Works provides tools for our pre-kindergarten to twelfth grade youth to help them learn how to solve conflicts peacefully and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships.
Read more The DVCC continually seeks ways to partner with members of the community in the effort to end domestic violence.
One of our goals is to help them obtain the knowledge and skills needed for employment and self-sufficiency.
Through offering our own classes and workshops and partnering with community agencies, we continually find ways to educate and empower our clients ....
The student-led groups raise awareness about the issue of intimate partner violence and the importance of maintaining healthy interpersonal relationships. Read more Peace Work SHOPS are conducted onsite at afterschool programs, faith communities, youth organizations and social service agencies for students in pre-K to twelfth grade.
Peace Work SHOPS curriculum is interactive and age-appropriate and is an extension of Peace Works School Based Programs.