Community Awareness and Education

Together we can make a difference and help Stop Abuse


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Some Topics we offer:

* Domestic Violence 101
* Sexual Assault 101 
* Child Sexual Abuse 
* Recognizing Signs and Symptoms of Sexual Abuse 
* Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Assault 
* Bystander Intervention 
* Psycho-Education Groups
* Sexual Assault and Technology

Darkness to Light - 5 Steps to Protecting Children

"If childhood sexual abuse can be prevented, it can be stopped. Through awareness, education and prevention, children can move from silence to exuberance. Adults can move from ignorance to empowerment."

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Join us in putting an end to Child Sexual Abuse!

We are excited to be a part of the national movement to educate adults on the 5 Steps to Protecting Our Children. With five trained facilitators, FAITH is working towards it's mission to STOP ABUSE by offering this program in Rabun, Stephens and Habersham counties to anyone interested in becoming empowered through awareness and education. From volunteers to educators to donors, being an active participant in the mission to end childhood sexual abuse is one of the most rewarding things you will ever do.

If you or someone you know is interested in finding out 
more about this program, please call or email us:

Mark:     FAITH's Power House (706) 886-2290 mark @ faith-inc.org 
Ruthie:  FAITH's Power House (706) 886-2290 ruthie @ faith-inc.org 
Alex:     FAITH main office (706) 782-1003 alex @ faith-inc.org 
Lisa:       FAITH main office (706) 782-1003 lisa @ faith-inc.org 


To find out more about the Stewards of Children - Darkness to Light program and how, through education, we are creating safer communities for children, check out d2l.org.

"Talking about it helps prevent it. Getting involved helps prevent it. 
The truth is, if childhood sexual abuse can be prevented, it can be stopped. 
That’s why D2L exists – to empower adults through awareness and educational programs to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to childhood sexual abuse."