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Men Stopping Violence Against Women: TBTN Safety Team
Sunday, April 21, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
On April 21st, 2013, The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay awill present their annual Take Back the Night: Together We Empower event in collaboration with the Sexual Violence Task Force of Tampa Bay and over 85 agencies, companies and organizations.
This interactive event creates awareness, empowers survivors, and educates the community about sexual violence. Together we empower survivors, celebrate freedom and embrace resiliency.
We are calling upon the men and women in our community to stand together as allies against sexual and domestic violence by inviting volunteers to join the Men Stopping Violence Against Women Safety Team. By joining this team, men will assist in creating a safe and protected area by escorting participants throughout downtown Tampa to and from their vehicles.
This event will take place in Curtis Hixon Park, from approximately 4:00 PM-8:00 PM. We appreciate all that you do, and together we can empower survivors throughout their journey towards healing!
The Safety Team Orientation will be scheduled for in the Month of April. Individuals who register for this important volunteer position should provide a referance and may be requested to partake in a background check.
Take Back the Night is presented by the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
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Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
At the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay we offer help, hope and healing to all people experiencing life’s problems and challenges, big and small. We are located in Tampa, Florida, and provide services throughout the State and beyond.
We can help you deal with the devastating trauma of sexual assault or abuse, domestic violence, financial distress, substance abuse, medical emergency, suicidal thoughts, emotional or situational problems.
We are here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Dial 2-1-1 where you will receive free, confidential crisis counseling, along with referrals to a Crisis Center service or to over 4,600 other community resources.