October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a month devoted to raising awareness of the societal issue of domestic violence (including dating, intimate partner, and relationship violence). We take this time to honor survivors of domestic violence and inspire people to take action to end domestic violence.

Throughout the month of October, the Counseling and Wellness Center will be hosting special #dvam events and posting on the @bewellwwu Instagram account about actions you can take. 

Upcoming events include:

Every Tuesday in October:

Wear purple and visit our table on Red Square!
 

Oct. 18 5:30–7 pm | Academic West 305

WWU Love Lab: Consent 102
 

Oct. 20 3–4 pm | Miller Hall Collab Space

Wellness Wednesday: We Are Resilient
 

Oct. 21 10 am–2 pm | Below the Library Skybridge

Clothesline Project
 

Oct. 27 4:30–6 pm | Academic West 305

WWU Love Lab: Sexual Behaviors and Experiences at WWU
 

Oct. 29 12–1 pm | Meet at Old Main Rose Garden

Outdoor Wellness Break
 

If you or someone you know is experiencing violence and abuse, resources are available, including 24-hour survivor support. Visit our Survivor Advocacy page at cwc.wwu.edu/survivorservices for more information.

 

 

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