“Most students don’t abuse,” said Chris Morin, the prevention, education and outreach director for Independence House.
“But most of us don’t know how to stop it or intervene.
Most often that involves getting relief from painful emotional symptoms, improving personal relationships, becoming more productive in work, and being freed to take more pleasure from life.
“We are going to try to provoke some critical thinking about healthy relationships, equality and acceptance,” said Donna Giberti, an Independence House spokesperson.
The event, which will feature artwork, performance pieces, guest speakers and more, is part of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
The event will be held at the Double Tree in Hyannis from to p.m.
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