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SARC’s 24-hour helpline is available to offer a listening ear, share resources and help safety plan. Reach out if you are looking for support.

(410) 836-8430

SARC also provides free counseling services and legal services to survivors of intimate partner violence.
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10 hours ago

Did you know that 1 in 12 high school students have experienced physical dating violence?

If you know someone who needs support or help getting out of an abusive relationship, share SARC’s helpline with them.

(410) 836-8430
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1 day ago

Teen Dating Violence can include physical & sexual violence, psychological aggression, and stalking.

Aren’t sure if you or a loved one might be experiencing dating violence? Reach out to SARC for support and education

(410) 836-8430.
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1 day ago
Whats better than eating donuts and supporting a cause?  Stop by Newberry Cafe & Bakery every Wednesday for the month of February and get ORANGE  DONUTS for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month!  Be sure to snap a photo and use @SARCharfordcounty so we can share!

What’s better than eating donuts and supporting a cause?

Stop by Newberry Cafe & Bakery every Wednesday for the month of February and get ORANGE DONUTS for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month!

Be sure to snap a photo and use @SARCharfordcounty so we can share!
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3 days ago
Mark your calendars and dust off those heels!  There is an old saying: You cant really understand another persons experience until youve walked a mile in their shoes. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® events ask men to literally walk one mile in womens high-heeled shoes. Its not easy but its a playful opportunity to rally support in our community and raise awareness about the causes, effects and remedies for sexual assault and domestic violence. This event raises funds for SARC which provides resources, hope, and healing to victims of violence.  Save the Date: Saturday, April 1st! 👠

Mark your calendars and dust off those heels!

There is an old saying: "You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes." Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® events ask men to literally walk one mile in women’s high-heeled shoes. It’s not easy but it’s a playful opportunity to rally support in our community and raise awareness about the causes, effects and remedies for sexual assault and domestic violence. This event raises funds for SARC which provides resources, hope, and healing to victims of violence.

Save the Date: Saturday, April 1st! 👠
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3 days ago
FINAL DEADLINE FOR TEEN FILMMAKERS & ACTORS 
Help us spread awareness of Teen Dating Violence by sending us your Short Film for the Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month contest.  *Prizes* for winners include:
1st - $50 Visa
2nd - $25 Horizon movie theater
3rd - 15 Dunkin Donuts  More information is on the flyer!  Step 1: Choose an unhealthy relationship sign and bystander intervention (Direct, Distract or Delegate) to portray in the film
Step 2: Record a 1 – 2 minute film in a mp4 format displaying the unhealthy relationship sign and intervention technique
Step 3: Submit to outreach@sarc-maryland.org TODAY!Image attachment

FINAL DEADLINE FOR TEEN FILMMAKERS & ACTORS
Help us spread awareness of Teen Dating Violence by sending us your Short Film for the Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month contest.

*Prizes* for winners include:
1st – $50 Visa
2nd – $25 Horizon movie theater
3rd – 15 Dunkin Donuts

More information is on the flyer!

Step 1: Choose an unhealthy relationship sign and bystander intervention (Direct, Distract or Delegate) to portray in the film
Step 2: Record a 1 – 2 minute film in a mp4 format displaying the unhealthy relationship sign and intervention technique
Step 3: Submit to outreach@sarc-maryland.org TODAY!
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4 days ago
FINAL CALL FOR COMIC STRIP SUBMISSIONS!! 
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month starts tomorrow and we have prizes for the first three winners.  There are *Prizes* for the winners:
1st - $50 Visa
2nd - $25 Horizon movie theater
3rd - 15 Dunkin Donuts  Check out this flyer for more information!
Step 1: Choose a healthy relationship sign to portray in the comic
Step 2: Create a 4-6 panel comic strip displaying the healthy relationship sign
Step 3: Submit to outreach@sarc-maryland.org TODAY!Image attachment

FINAL CALL FOR COMIC STRIP SUBMISSIONS!!
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month starts tomorrow and we have prizes for the first three winners.

There are *Prizes* for the winners:
1st – $50 Visa
2nd – $25 Horizon movie theater
3rd – 15 Dunkin Donuts

Check out this flyer for more information!
Step 1: Choose a healthy relationship sign to portray in the comic
Step 2: Create a 4-6 panel comic strip displaying the healthy relationship sign
Step 3: Submit to outreach@sarc-maryland.org TODAY!
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4 days ago
Stalking Awareness Month may be over but it is never to late to schedule a training for your group to learn more.  Contact SARC’s Community Educator to schedule a training today. 
outreach@sarc-maryland.org  If you or someone you know is being stalked, call SARC’s helpline today to create a safety plan and learn about available resources.  (410) 836-8430Image attachment

Stalking Awareness Month may be over but it is never to late to schedule a training for your group to learn more.

Contact SARC’s Community Educator to schedule a training today.
outreach@sarc-maryland.org

If you or someone you know is being stalked, call SARC’s helpline today to create a safety plan and learn about available resources.

(410) 836-8430
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4 days ago
How would you respond if a friend reached out to you to let you know they were being stalked? Comment below and let us know!  Here are a few suggestions:
1. Believe what they are telling you.
2. Recommend documenting every incident in a safe place.
3. Provide SARC’s Helpline for additional safety planning and resources.  If you or someone you know is being stalked, call SARC’s helpline today to create a safety plan and learn about available resources.  (410) 836-8430

How would you respond if a friend reached out to you to let you know they were being stalked? Comment below and let us know!

Here are a few suggestions:
1. Believe what they are telling you.
2. Recommend documenting every incident in a safe place.
3. Provide SARC’s Helpline for additional safety planning and resources.

If you or someone you know is being stalked, call SARC’s helpline today to create a safety plan and learn about available resources.

(410) 836-8430
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