April 20 “Stop The Pain” Teen Dating Violence, Sex Trafficking & Bully Prevention Summit

CAL BAPTIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES TO HOST “STOP THE PAIN” TEEN SUMMIT

CAL BAPTIST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES TO HOST “STOP THE PAIN” TEEN SUMMIT
Teen Dating Violence, Sex Trafficking & Bully Prevention AwarenessDate: April 20, 2013
Location: Riverside, CA.
Time: 9a – 4p
Cost: Free
Ages: 12 -22 and parents.
Host: Cal Baptist University School of Behavioral Sciences
Collaboration: The Positive Results Corporation, Women Wonder Writers, Street Positive
Riverside, CA.  Cal Baptist University, a top private Christian College, will co-sponsor “Stop The Pain” Teen Dating Violence, Sex Trafficking & Bully Prevention Teen Summit on April 20, 2013. 

Dr. H. Bruce Stokes, Dean of Behavioral Sciences, expressed support of the event and looks forward to welcoming attendees to the CBU campus to enjoy both the facilities and comfort of addressing the key issues planned for the day.  The event is a collaboration of The Positive Results Corporation, Women Wonder Writers and Street Positive.  Ms. Kandee Lewis, The Positive Results Corporation – a 501 (c) 3 organization, is the campaigns creator.

Currently, 1 in 3 adolescent girls in the United States are victims of physical, emotional, or verbal abuse from a dating partner.  The average age of entry which girls enter prostitution is 13, and this number is still decreasing at alarming rates according to agency resources.  Additionally, eight percent of 8th and 9th grade students have reported being victims of sexual dating violence.

The event will feature guest speakers, breakout sessions, panel discussions, resources, fun activities, giveaways, meals, gift bags and more.  Nearly 600 attendees are expected and the event is free to the public.  Registration is required at: http://stopthepaininlandempire-es2004.eventbrite.com/?rank=1#.

With and estimated 300,000 individuals trafficked annually and rising, the Inland Empire has been a central geographical location of interest particularly among local gangs.

Topics covered will include Internet Safety, Bully Prevention, Suicide Prevention & Warning Signs, Hands-on Self Defense, Self Esteem, No Father-No Excuse, Teen Exploitation Warning Signs, Sex Trafficking Prevention, Dating Violence Prevention, Gang Bully Prevention and Parenting Skills 101.  A reflections room will also be available to attendees and parents.

Exhibitor booths are available but limited.  For more information contact (909) 880-9427.  Or, visit www.streetpositive.com.

Terry Boykins
Executive of Business Affairs
(909) 880-9427
www.streetpositive.com
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