Domestic Violence Training For Salon Professionals This Monday

Friday, January 11, 2019

To raise awareness of the nationwide epidemic of domestic abuse and train salon professionals to recognize the signs and safely and confidentially refer clients, co-workers, friends and family to resources for help, Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults (Partnership) is holding a CUT IT OUT: Salons Against Domestic Abuse training session at 1800 McCallie Avenue on Monday, from 9 a.m. to noon.

The training session will cover how salon professionals are in a unique position to recognize signs of abuse, what to look for, how to approach a possible victim, and how to help them get help.

CUT IT OUT: Salons Against Domestic Abuse is a program of the PBA Foundation. CUT IT OUT is dedicated to mobilizing salon professionals and others to fight the epidemic of domestic abuse in communities across the U.S. by building awareness and training salon professionals to recognize warning signs and safely refer clients, colleagues, friends and family to local resources.

Partnership has been in Chattanooga for more than 140 years has a family shelter for victims of domestic violence along with other victim support services.

For more information on this training event or to RSVP, contact Contact Constance Dawes-Shazier at 423 755-2840 or cdawes@partnershipfca.com.


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