For sponsorship opportunities please contact Kathy Beebe at email@example.com or download our sponsorship information and form. To inquire about volunteering at this event, please contact Debra Altschiller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence from Bystander to Upstander
Topics include how to break the cycle of abuse, stalking laws and healthy relationships. Light refreshments and childcare available. This is a free workshop presented by A Safe Place, SASS and Community Action Partnership of Strafford County.
Apple Harvest Day
Saturday, October 3, 2015, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., downtown Dover
Stop by the A Safe Place and SASS booth for fun children’s activities! Find out more about our services, information and resources. Advocates will also be on hand.
The Masquerade to Unmask Domestic and Sexual Violence
Join the Original Lady Sinners of NH for a fun and magical evening. There will be lots of dancing, 50/50 raffles and amazing prizes throughout the evening. All proceeds will benefit A Safe Place/SASS. A cash bar will also be available!
The Original Lady Sinners of NH are a mission based group of wives, mothers, sisters and friends who share a dedication to making a difference in the community. The Lady Sinners span three states in the U.S. and continue to grow.
Domestic Violence Awareness Public Forum
Crimeline for the Hamptons will host a Domestic Violence Awareness forum during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, on October 22nd, at Lane Memorial Library.
A panel of experts from A Safe Place/SASS, Seacoast Youth Services, law enforcement, and religious leaders will lead the public discussion and answer questions.
Statistics reveal that 33.4% of women and 24% of men in New Hampshire have experienced a physical assault by an intimate partner. Our goal for this event is to let people know that there is community support available for victims of domestic violence. Domestic abuse affects so many people. They need to know that they’re not alone.
This event is open to the public, light refreshment will be served.
It is estimated that 1 in 6 men experiences unwanted or abusive sexual violence in his life time. Most often these events occur before the age of 18.
Stigmas associated with male sexual abuse often cause incidences to go unreported, leaving victims feeling isolated, ashamed and unsure of where to turn.
Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) partnering with 1BlueString, is on a mission to spread awareness by cultivating a climate of support, empowerment and recovery through outreach in the music community. #1BlueString is a symbol of solidarity and a conversation starter, to promote education and compassionate dialogue to help break the code of silence surrounding male sexual abuse.
We are inviting local musicians to participate in our awareness campaign by:
- Agreeing to replace their low E string with our 1BlueString for a minimum of one gig. (Strings are available in Electric .046 and Acoustic .054).
- Agree to take a photo or have their photo taken, stringing the string and/or playing.
- Use the provided script at least one gig to help raise awareness about childhood male sexual abuse and how their audience can get help locally. SASS will promote their gig on their social media platforms.
- Allow for SASS to record them at a gig using the string and provided PSA
- Use the photo and/or video on their own social media platforms with a link to SASS’s site. Please use the hashtags #1BlueString #SASSNH #NoMore
Want to get involved? Email email@example.com for more information!