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Lynchburg 101

Welcome to the Lynchburg 101 Series. Is it time to challenge your perception on critical issues of today? Join us for these experientially-based and interactive forums on mental health, poverty, human trafficking, and sexual assault.

 

Mental Health

Date: Tuesday, February 5th •  6:00 P.M. - 7:00PM
Location: JFL Terrace
*Dinner will be provided 

Have mental health issues impacted someone you know or do you have questions regarding mental health and crisis?  Come hear from a panel of local experts in the field of mental health and crisis intervention to learn more about the role you play.

 

Unlearning Poverty

Date: Tuesday, February 19th •  4:30 P.M. - 6:30PM
Location: Montview Alumni Ballroom
*Dinner will be provided

Are you willing to confront your stereotypes regarding poverty?  Come and experience what it is like to live in poverty and what you can do to make an impact.

 

 

Human Trafficking

Date: Tuesday, March 26th •  6:00 P.M. - 7:00PM
Location: JFL Terrace
*Dinner will be provided
 

Does human trafficking happen where you live?  Come hear from professionals about what human trafficking looks like on a local, domestic, and international scale and what you can do to help its prevention.

 

 

Sexual Assault Response

Date: Tuesday, April 23rd •  4:30 P.M. - 6:30PM
Location: Demoss Hall 2162 (in the School of Nursing) 
*Dinner will be provided
 

How does a community respond to sexual assault?  Come experience a walkthrough of how help is provided by local detectives, forensic nurses, and the Sexual Assault Response Program (SARP). 

 

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