Corry High School students, their teachers and local domestic violence agencies were proactive in raising awareness of Teen Dating Violence in Corry, Pa., during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Students rallied together all week long planning fundraising events in preparation for Dr. Cuccia to visit their school to share Demi’s message.
We extend our sincere gratitude to Safe Journey, a non-profit shelter and counseling center that has provided core victim services at no cost for over thirty years to victims of domestic violence, dating violence and stalking and SAFELine, a 24/7/365 service provided to youth in Erie County, Pennsylvania. The hotline provides young people with an opportunity to seek out information, crisis intervention, referrals, and support. Bullying, teen pregnancy, suicidal thoughts, family concerns, depression, behavioral problems, and peer issues are among the many concerns we can assist with. We commend your combined efforts to bring our programming to your community.
A heartfelt thank you to all the student volunteers for their assistance distributing printed materials and t-shirts following the presentations.
Thank you Rachel Tasker, advocate for SAFELine at Corry High School, for your enthusiasm and contributions to the activities. Your charming personality and bright smile reminded me of my daughter Demi.