Teens have been destigmatized to sexting. In fact, the production of child pornography has been practically normalized. In this presentation, we will discuss why students are actively choosing to send sexually intimate material and the importance of not only discussing the legality of this but also the social and emotional consequences.
Calls to the Houston Area Women’s Center Domestic Violence hotline have increased by at least 40% over the last 6 months. Safe Community Manager, Sydney Zuiker, will discuss the signs, dangers, and potential outcomes of domestic violence while also bringing awareness to the subject and emphasizing the importance of reporting.
Child abuse is any act or failure to act on the part of a parent or caretaker which results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse or exploitation; or an act or failure to act which presents an imminent risk of serious harm. Join Education Specialist, Nayeli Moyeda as she interviews a child abuse expert about the state of abuse in Texas.
Education Specialist, Nayeli Moyeda, will cover the inception of prom, boundaries, consent, underage drinking, drugs, legal consequences, and tips on keeping students and their friends safe on prom night.
These presentations are made possible by our generous sponsors:
S.A.V.E. webinars are made possible by the Texas Education Agency (TEA).
Community webinars are made possible by Spindletop Charities, Inc. as well as our Safe Community Program sponsors including Texas Office of the Governor, The Hamill Foundation, Harris County Commissioners Court – Commissioner R. Jack Cagle, The Longenbaugh Fund, Houston PetSet, and Lawrence and Linda Levy.