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        The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault creates the social change necessary to end sexual violence. 

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        January 14, 2017

        Fitzsimonds Boys & Girls Club, Milwaukee, WI

        Grateful Girls, Pathfinders, UMOS Latina Resource Center, and the Boys & Girls Club are co-planning a human trafficking awareness & prevention Youth Summit called "Stay Out the Game 101." It is for youth ages 12-17 (anywhere in Wisconsin) and will be on January 14th from 9 a m- 1 pm at Fitzsimonds Boys & Girls Club. There will be free food, bus tickets, raffle prizes, community resources, breakout workshops from community experts, and a survivor speaker. 

        Stay Out of the Game 101 Youth Summit, Jan 14, 2017 


        January 15, 26, & 31

        Human Trafficking Vigil

        Racine, WI

        In support of National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the RCAHT Faith-Based Committee, made up of members of many different churches in Racine and Kenosha Counties, are hosting local vigils to bring awareness to this growing crime and to lift those victims up in prayers.

        Fore more information and vigil locations click here.


        February 25, 2017

        Wisconsin LGBTQ Summit

        Mark your calendar for the 2017 Wisconsin LGBTQ Summit (formerly known as the Wisconsin LGBTQ Leadership Conference)!

        The 2017 Summit will be focused on building a more skilled and connected network of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ), and allied individuals who are empowered to achieve and protect LGBTQ equality in their local communities across the state of Wisconsin.

        Join established and emerging leaders, activists, advocates, community members, and allies from throughout Wisconsin for a day of learning and networking.

        Visit the LGBTQ Summit website for more information and to register.

        April 11 & 12, 2017

        2017 Trauma Informed Symposium - Healing Trauma in Youth and Adults 

        Best Western Waterfront Hotel, Oshkosh, WI

        2017 Trauma Informed Symposium - Healing Trauma in Youth and Adults is a two-day event featuring practical, informative seminars and keynotes for professionals and community members responding to trauma in all life stages.

        Who Should Attend: Mental Health Professionals, Healthcare Professionals, Teachers, School Counse- lors, Daycare Providers, Foster Parents, Clergy, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Advocates, Social Service Professionals and other community members committed to improving understanding of trauma and its effects.

        Presented by Reach Counseling, Neenah, WI

        To see event flyer with registration information click here.


        2017 SANE Training Dates and Locations

        1. SANE Adult: February 20-24, Wheaton Franciscan – All Saints Hospital, Racine

        Lab dates March 11th and March 25th, Meriter Hospital

        To register click here.

        2. SANE Adult: April 3-7, Aurora Kenosha Medical Center

        Lab dates April 22nd and May 20th, Meriter Hospital

         3. SANE Adult: August 7-11, Howard Young Medical Center, Woodruff

        Lab dates August 26th and September 9th

         4. SANE Pediatric: October 16-20, Aurora Kenosha Medical Center

        For more information on the DOJ SANE Trainings click here.

        If you have questions about DOJ SANE trainings, please contact Lori Thompson at thompsonll@doj.state.wi.us.


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