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Magnolia Movement Trailer
How can you make a difference in Mississippi? Join the Magnolia Movement! It's a statewide call to action that assists adult and children victims in their recovery from human trafficking. Your efforts in fundraising can help start a lifetime of transformation to those victims in need. Learn more at www.msc4vp.org/mm
Merit Health and CVP's The Bridge partnership
Sandy Middleton, Beth McCord, and Christine Shirley talk about the partnership CVP has with Merit Health. It goes over the SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) class option for nurses, sexual violence examination process and how any instance of sexual violence does not require health insurance to get free medical attention.
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM) Violence and Abuse
Sara with the Center for Violence Prevention talks about Domestic Violence and Abuse in Teen dating. Learn about the Power and Control wheel with some scenarios of what those abusive tendencies look like. This is the fourth part of a Teen Dating Violence series to help youth make safe, respectful decisions about their partners and themselves.
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM) Digital Safety
Sara, Rebekah, and Charity with the Center for Violence Prevention talks about Digital Safety in Teen dating. Learn about the importance of your digital footprint and keeping your personal information confidential. This is the third part of a Teen Dating Violence series to help youth make safe, respectful decisions about their partners and themselves.
Rapid Responders talk about Human Trafficking in Mississippi
Our Rapid Response Advocates assist in screening and offering emergent care for victims throughout the State of Mississippi. They take a trauma informed approach in providing restorative services and assistance to victims. Listen to the RRAs for their work experience and perspective.