Green Dot, et cetera, Inc. Campaign
With the ultimate goal of preparing organizations/communities to implement a strategy of violence prevention that consistently and measurably reduces power-based personal violence (sexual and domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse and bullying), Green Dot etc. works toward two primary objectives:
(1) Content Development. Informed by the latest research from across disciplines, and research conducted on their own content, they develop programs, strategies, curricula and training courses. These are all specifically designed to address power-based personal violence across multiple settings.
(2) Training. Green Dot etc. provides training courses for both leadership and front-line professionals that focus on core competency areas necessary for successful implementation of any program. This includes: strategic planning, bystander mobilization, persuasive communication, coalition building, social marketing, evaluation and action planning. In addition, they recommend supplemental training, consultation days and site-specific technical support.
The Instructor’s Manual and all supporting materials are provided to individuals only after successful completion of the training. To register for the Green Dot etc. Institute, go to: https://www.livethegreendot.com/training_register.html
Want to hear about Green Dot etc. from your peers? The following programs are listed as having trained Green Dot Instructors:
- Berks Women in Crisis, Reading, PA
- Centre County Women's Resource Center, State College, PA
- Domestic Violence Intervention of Lebanon County, Lebanon, PA
- Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland and Perry Counties, PA
- Survivors Inc., Gettysburg, PA
- Women In Need, Chambersburg, PA
- YWCA of Greater Harrisburg, Harrisburg, PA
- PCADV Green Dot Campaign Review
PCADV's primary prevention team is available to provide ideas for implementation or a more detailed review. Contact the prevention team at 1-800-932-4632.39.03 K | 12/8/2016
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