Sojourner House, a comprehensive domestic violence agency serving Providence and Northern Rhode Island, has announced that it will hold an educational training entitled “One in Two: The Link Between Women, HIV and Intimate Partner Violence” on Wednesday, February 3rd at the Knight Public Library from 2pm to 4pm.
This two-hour training seeks to explore and explain how intimate partner violence affects at least half of the female population living with HIV, and how HIV counselors, domestic violence advocates, community members and support systems can help female survivors who are living with HIV.
Led by Sojourner House advocates, the training will be held in the Community Room at the Knight Memorial Public Library on 275 Elmwood Avenue in Providence, RI. This training is open and free to the public.
For more information, please contact Helen McDonald at Hmcdonald@sojournerri.org or (401) 765-3232. To RSPV, please click HERE.
ABOUT SOJOURNER HOUSE
Sojourner House is a comprehensive domestic violence agency. Every day, we serve victims of relationship violence by providing shelter, advocacy, referrals, and other resources. In our mission to end violence, we also work in our surrounding communities to provide violence prevention education programs.
For more information, please visit SojournerRI.org. To learn about more Sojourner House events and programs, follow Sojourner House on Facebook and Twitter @SojournerRI.
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