Lee Conlee House's Prevention Program
Our prevention services offer programs designed to provide the necessary tools and resources to prevent violence before it has an opportunity to take place in one's life. Through prevention programs, which concentrate on skills for recognizing red flags, bullying, effective communication, emotional intelligence, behavior management, and self-esteem, Lee Conlee House is able to help support youth in making positive decisions about their lives and their futures. We are also able to provide training to local organizations and businesses on the affects of domestic violence in our community, and how to help.
To educate the community about domestic, dating, and sexual violence and motivate community members to take individual and collective action to stop domestic violence. The goal is not only to educate people on violence and its impact one one's personal life, but on the community as a whole. We focus our work within the community on the four factors of the social-ecological model in order to have the greatest impact in Putnam County:
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To impact the knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors of all individuals residing in Putnam County on the issue of domestic and sexual violence.
(Coming Soon) Youth Against Domestic/Dating Violence (YADV)
YADV is a leadership development program for middle and high school youth. Select youth attend quarterly training conferences where they are taught how to create and organize violence prevention programs/activities on their campuses. YADV enlists selected participants from all over Putnam County; youth receive intensive training and mentoring process to equip them to become skilled youth advocates for positive social change. Youth selected for this program represent the broad spectrum of diverse communities within the area. Positive social activism is a critical tool for reducing violence on a community and institutional level. Lee Conlee is committed to training the next generation of leaders in the battle against violence and in promoting positive social action and justice. YADV has worked in diverse areas including designing social marketing campaigns and Public Service Announcements, advocacy for anti-violence legislation and school policy, and organizing youth conferences designed to educate young people on healthy, violence-free lifestyles. This program is graciously supported by individual donors and grants from the Florida Partnership To End Domestic Violence (FPEDV).