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Ohio Men’s Action Network is growing and becoming a unifying effort in Ohio to reach boys, young men, and men to prevent all forms of violence.

NEW PLAYBOOK: STANDING STRONG TO PROMOTE NON-VIOLENCE

Presented as a skill building workshop, “The New Playbook” will provide participants the opportunity to increase knowledge and strengthen skills related to effectively challenging attitudes and behaviors that support multiple forms of violence.  This 2-day training addresses the following topics:

  • Team Building
  • Intersections of Oppression
  • Counter vs. Dominant Stories
  • Risk & Protective Factors
  • Connecting the Dots Among Multiple Forms of Violence
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Leadership Skill Building

The New Playbook: Standing Strong to Promote Non-Violence may be implemented on Ohio college or university campuses or in community based settings.  For more information take a look at the Campus Brochure or the Community Brochure.

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Upcoming Events

Rescheduled!! The New Playbook: Standing Strong to Promote Non-Violence

November 1, 2019

Hosted by Action for Children, this FREE 2-Day Conference offered on non-consecutive days is open to anyone interested in preventing gender based violence.   CLICK HERE for more information and to register.

Who should attend? Fathers. Fatherhood Program Participants and Staff. Educators. Coaches. Faith Leaders. College & University Men.  Young Men. Men and young men are encouraged to attend the Ohio Men’s Action Network’s signature training. “The New Playbook” is an opportunity to develop skills to support healthy relationships, healthy masculinity, and to actively challenge the culture that supports sexual & relationship violence in Ohio.

12 FREE Continuing Professional Education hours available for Counselors and Social Workers who attend the entire 2-Day Training Program.

This conference is supported by the Ohio Domestic Violence Network in partnership with Action for Children, the Ohio Commission on Fatherhood, and the Ohio Men’s Action Network. Funding to support this conference is provided by the US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, DELTA Impact Program.

Contact: Rebecca Cline
At: 330-725-8405