Embrace the Awkward

Embrace the Awkward

“This is going to get awkward!” That was the warning that DSVS Prevention Education Program Director Libby Johnson delivered to Red Lodge High School students as she introduced the topic of enthusiastic consent. Turns out what she was asking them to do was a silly...
We Can Build Safe Online Spaces

We Can Build Safe Online Spaces

From: The National Sexual Violence Resource Center: https://www.nsvrc.org/saam/2021/preventionresources/keepingkidssafeonline As our use and dependence on technology grows, younger audiences have begun using the internet, online games, chats, and video calls more...
#TDVAM

#TDVAM

When people find out that I work at Domestic and Sexual Violence Services, the first question they ask is, “Isn’t that difficult?”. The second is “How do we stop the violence?”. To the first I say, no it is not difficult. Working with victim/survivors inspires me and...
Pronouns

Pronouns

School and district leaders, educators, and school staff have a significant opportunity—and responsibility—to create learning environments in which all students can thrive and achieve their full educational potential. Fostering a sense of belonging and connectedness...
Finding Your Passion

Finding Your Passion

Discovering a passion may seem easier for people who know from an early age exactly what they want to do with their lives. They don’t have to question what they “should” be doing; their passion found them first. But what if you’re passionate about something like...