What's New in Special Services



November

Welcome to our new Director of Special Services - Megan Miller
and our new Assistant Director of Special Services - Tonia Humble!!




Zero Abuse Project’s Jacob Wetterling Resource Center (JWRC) is excited to announce that the Minnesota Office of Justice Programs has recently funded us to provide 15 free virtual trainings on Protecting Minnesota Youth During COVID-19, as well as customized training for Minnesota schools and youth-serving organizations.

Through December 2020, JWRC’s national child abuse and trauma experts Alison Feigh and Jane Straub will provide a combination of pre-recorded, live, and custom training to Minnesota K-12 students, parents, and professionals working in education and youth-serving organizations. 

View our full training calendar of scheduled events, or reach out to request a custom training tailored to your community's unique needs. Customized training must be delivered to organizations by December 30, 2020.

Please help us spread the word about these free training opportunities by sharing widely with your network.

Thank you, 
JWRC Team

 



Free Online COVID Support Group

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Join us for our community support group that was designed to help bring one another together to learn skills to help manage stress and anxiety.

This will be a free community outreach service available to everyone, and facilitated by one of our mental health staff via Zoom.

For more information about the support group, please click here.

 



Jan's School of Dance is offering the Dance is For Everyone class again this year.   More information about the class can be found on our Community Events page.