Equip your employees with the skills to help keep their families safe.
Increasingly, your employees are looking for guidance on important social issues that impact their children and family members. A recent report by Deloitte shows employees want their company to support meaningful social causes. Employees want to know their company is engaging in conversations that matter to them and are using their role within the community to make a real impact in people’s lives.
News coverage and viral social media campaigns including #MeToo are advancing important conversations around consent both in the workplace and in intimate relationships. Day One has been leading the conversation around building and maintaining healthy relationships among youth for over fifteen years.
1 out of 3 teens in New York City are affected by dating violence. Our workshops will equip your employees with valuable information on the resources available and how to provide much needed support to the young people in their lives.
Interested in scheduling an educational workshop at your company? Day One offers “lunch and learn” style presentations for corporate employees on the topics below or a combination tailored to fit the interests and needs of your organization. To learn more or request a workshop, please contact Lindsay Mitcher, Development & Grant Manager at email@example.com.
Youth Dating Violence
Recognizing dating violence as a pattern of behaviors including physical, sexual, emotional/verbal and technological abuse used to gain power and control over a partner
Understanding how the experience of teens and the resources available are different
Learning how you can make a difference
Technology Abuse (Cyberbullying)
Learn how technology is being used in abusive relationships and how to turn technology into a helpful resource.
The #MeToo Movement and Young People Affected by Dating Violence
Learn how the current media attention on harassment and sexual assault is affecting young survivors and the movement to end intimate partner violence.
Building Healthy Relationships
Learn how to lay the groundwork for children and youth to create and maintain healthy relationships.
Immigration Issues Facing Youth
Gain insights into the incidence of dating abuse among immigrants and non-English speaking survivors and learn how to reduce barriers that may prevent survivors from seeking help.
Legal Issues Facing Young Survivors of Dating Abuse
Receive overview of New York State law and how it affects young survivors of dating abuse as well as the current policy issues involved and how you can make a difference.
Gain insights into the incidence of dating abuse among LGBTQ youth and learn how to reduce barriers that may prevent LGBTQIA+ youth from seeking help.
Over the course of just 1 hour, your staff will be able to answer the following questions:
What is dating abuse?
What is the difference between an unhealthy and an abusive relationship?
What can I do if a coworker, friend or family member is being harassed through technology?
Why are immigrant, people of color, and LGBTQ youth at high risk for abuse?
How can I be a resource for others and a model for building and maintaining healthy relationships?
What actions can I take to support youth at risk of unsafe or unhealthy relationships?
To learn more or request a workshop, please contact Lindsay Mitcher, Development & Grant Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.