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How to Talk to Teens About Relationships, May 27

Please join the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable and their partners at REACH Beyond Domestic Violence for a webinar entitled How to Talk to Teens About Relationships. This webinar will take place on Wednesday, May 27 from 9:30-10:30am.

This training is designed for parents, educators, clergy and community members who interact with teens. The one-hour workshop will explore adult and teen perceptions of teen dating violence, discuss messages and barriers that uniquely impact youth relationships, and provide strategies to address these barriers when talking with teens.

Registration is required and can be completed at
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/6115898988508/WN_Pq9wz4YOQyekBMmIzF8mKg .
Registration may also be completed on the REACH website: www.reachma.org.
Please email Youth Education Specialist, Molly Pistrang with any questions.

During the Covid 19 pandemic, the Sudbury-Wayland-Lincoln Domestic Violence Roundtable is continuing its activities and programming while practicing physically distancing. We are working with our community partners to meet the needs of those who are experiencing domestic violence. At the outset of the pandemic, the Roundtable donated $20,000 to five domestic violence agencies for emergency services. If you would like to help, please visit the Roundtable website for further information.

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