Violence Intervention and Prevention Services
CEO, Tina L. Nixon and VIP Department staff receiving the 2012 Governor's Pathfinder Award. The award is the most prestigious award that Pennsylvania gives to a victim service professional or program. It is presented to those who have made notable contributions to the community served, or for services provided to victims of crime.
Individuals interested in volunteering with victims of domestic violence or sexual assault are required to complete 56 hours of training. Topics covered include: the dynamics of abuse, reporting and documention, confidentiality, child abuse, and empowerment theories and methods. Volunteers qualify to conduct direct services, including fielding hotline calls, court accompaniments, counseling and facilitating support groups, and receive certification after logging 48 volunteer hours subsequent to the training.
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Prom Night: An educational theatre program about relationship violence. Download Prom Night brochure.
Teen Dating Violence: Visit the Love is Respect website.
Director of Violence Intervention and Prevention Services
YWCA Greater Harrisburg
1101 Market Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103
Phone: (717) 724-2252