By Jessica Renee Napier on January 18, 2012 · tagged as , , , , ,

Mobilizing men to prevent sexual violence in a rural community

Wanda Powless, Kim McArthur and Mark McDanial of Oregon’s Klamath Crisis Center describe their work to engage men to prevent sexual violence in a rural community. PAWS for Change (Prevention, Awareness, Wellness and Strength) is a collaboration of local organizations in Klamath County to engage men and boys as allies in an effort to prevent all forms of violence.

This program was featured in the 2011 report Innovations in Prevention from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. You can listen to other interviews with programs featured in this report here.

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