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RPE Progress Report for Expect Respect

RPE Progress Report for Expect Respect

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This document was drafted by Chris Martin for her work with a local DV shelter in conjunction with her prevention program entitled Project H.O.W.? Healthy Outlooks for women.
This document was drafted by Chris Martin for her work with a local DV shelter in conjunction with her prevention program entitled Project H.O.W.? Healthy Outlooks for women.

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Published by: Cierra Olivia Thomas-Williams on May 01, 2011
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2006-2007 RPE Program Progress Report 
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Expect Respect"Shelter From the StormFacilitator: Chris Martin10/29/2006
Project Outputs:
September 1st, 2006:
 Developed flyer for 12-week “Expect Respect” high school young women's group
September 1st-20th, 2006:
 Faxed Flyers to Imbler, Union, Elgin, and Cove High Schools
 Initiated phone contact with 5 counselors from Imbler, Union, Elgin, Cove, North Powder, and La Grande High School Counselors and Representative regarding  Expect Respect 
Collaborated with Project H.O.W. (Healthy Outlooks for Women-past RPE Students) mentors to distribute flyers to the community
 Posted “Expect Respect” flyers at La Grande High School 
 Posted Flyers in Shelter From the Storm Office
September 23rd, 2006:
 Researched price quotes for placing advertisement in the Observer about Expect  Respect- to generate additional students
October 12th, 2006:
 Presented to 40 individuals including Eastern Oregon University facultymembers, students, and resident hall assistants regarding the dynamics of sexual assault and rape prevention education programs offered through Shelter Fromthe Storm
October 26th, 2006:
 Presented to 20 community individuals during volunteer training the dynamics of  sexual assault and rape prevention education programs offered through Shelter  From the Storm
Ongoing:
 Held (2) Two 1.5hr sessions of the “Expect Respect” group with of four high school women attending 
Weekly phone contact with RPE students to remind them of upcoming meetings
 Integration of Expect Respect Program information in community S.A.R.T.(Sexual Assault Response Team)panel presentations

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