Welcome to the September 2017 edition of Hope House's Community Education E-bulletin!
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. Domestic Violence Awareness Month
2. Self-Care Luncheon in the Dells
3. Hope House Donation Needs
4. Sexual Assault
5. Domestic Violence
6. Children and Youth
7. Miscellaneous News
8. Local News
9. Parents' and Youth Service Providers' Section
10. Training Opportunity
Please note that our e-bulletin will be on hiatus for the rest of the year while
Hope House's Community Education Program Manager is on maternity leave.
Look for the next edition in 2018!
Hope House Donation Needs
Monetary donations are most needed. Individuals have the option of donating online. Please note that a portion of your online donation will go towards PayPal fees. Donations can be mailed to Hope House, P.O. Box 557, Baraboo, WI 53913. We also appreciate gas cards, gift cards (Walmart, Kwik Trip, Walgreens, Kohl’s), taxi vouchers from Baraboo Taxi, and used cell phones, iPods and iPads. Please note that we are not accepting used stuffed animals/plush toys, used toys, clothes (except for new sweatshirts and sweatpants), shoes, used books, furniture, TVs, bar soap, hats, scarves or travel-size bottles of shampoo, conditioner, or body wash. Current needs include the following:
Children & Youth
Eighth Circuit: Title IX Won’t Cover High Schooler Who Reported Her Assault at a College: “To read the statute, as the court did here, to only protect students from the depredations of other students is poor public policy, flies in the face of existing guidance from the Department of Education, and does nothing to motivate colleges to create the safest environments possible. If invited guests and employees fall outside the scope of Title IX coverage, the statute is meaningless, as colleges are therefore not obliged to keep campuses free of discrimination for the large groups of people who regularly visit”…Read more
Parents & Youth Service Providers' Section