Domestic Violence ClassThe Shingletown Medical Center (SMC) is pleased to announce their newest free-to-the-public “Quality Improvement Program Peer-led Self-Management Support Group” class.

The next class being offered is “Domestic Violence Education and Support Group” and will be a six (6) week course. The class will be every Friday from 3:00pm – 4:00pm, and starts on September 9th with completion on October 14th. The classes will be held at the Shingletown Area Resource Center (SARC) office next to the Post Office. The course will be instructed by Kelly Bullan, SMC Case Manager and Dori Potter, SARC Outreach and Enrollment Coordinator.

This program provides educational tools and strategies to stop the pattern of behaviors and violence before it begins. We will provide tools for victims of Domestic Violence, crisis intervention and discuss how Domestic Violence erodes communities regardless of age, race, social and financial status, gender and sexuality preference. Discussion tools will be provided in prevention of Public health violence and the surviving victims living with the physical, mental, emotional and chronic diseases related to Domestic Violence.