Get Green Dot trained, help end violence
February 1, 2016
The PAL Coalition is hosting a Green Dot training, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 10, at Family & Children’s Place, 525 Zane St., in Old Louisville.
The training helps participants learn how you can help create change in the community, how you can prevent violence when you see it and how to help create a climate and understanding that violence isn’t accepted.
Khalilah Collins, MSW and project manager for PACT in Action, and Michael Miller, preventionist with The Center for Women & Families, will conduct the training. Lunch is provided if you RSVP Kurstin Jones at email@example.com.
PAL is a collaborative coalition working to reduce substance abuse by young people living in the 7th Street corridor – Park Hill, Algonquin and Old Louisville – of Central Louisville. It is a Drug Free Communities grant program sponsored by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration.