Films shown on campus as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Around fifty people, including students at Morgan Community College, saw two documentary films, “Private Violence” and “You’re Hurting Me, Too!” October 14 at Morgan Community College. The event was presented by S.H.A.R.E., Inc. with lunch sponsored by Coates Realty as part of Domestic Violence Awareness month.

“We like to have events during lunch time at the college to give students a chance to participate,” said Jan Schiller, Executive Director of S.H.A.R.E., Inc. Attendees were also given a relationship survey to complete, if they were interested, that helps define and assess what is a healthy relationship.

S.H.A.R.E., Inc. began providing services to victims of domestic violence in Morgan and outlying counties in Northeast Colorado in 1981 and has offices at 220 Prospect Street and a secure shelter in another location. Domestic violence advocates provide services in English and Spanish, including crisis line and emergency response, individual advocacy, emergency shelter, support groups, help with emergency protective orders and filing for victim compensation, and appropriate referrals. Crisis line and office number 24/7 is (970) 867-4444; toll-free 877-867-9590.

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