Project HEAL and Surviving Souls will co-host “Real Talk about Red Flags” as part of “Tuesday Talks”, a series presented by the Multicultural Resources Center. This event will feature a mini-victim services resource fair with representatives from The Victim Center, Harmony House, and the Greene County Family Justice Center. Our Victim Services Coordinator from OTC will be present along with our MHC-Victim Service and Advocacy Specialist from the MSU Counseling Center.
Following a brief introduction of our off-campus community victim service agencies and our on-campus victim advocates, we will engage in an interactive discussion about how to identify red-flags at social events and in other environments. Sometimes it can be difficult to determine whether or not particular behavior is healthy or if the behavior is serving as an indicator that inter-personal violence could be occurring. We will discuss ways to recognize and safely intervene when a potentially harmful situation may be unfolding. Surviving Souls will lead the discussion. Join us Tuesday, April 12th at 2 pm in the MRC!