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Tipping the Scale: Our Role in Building Resiliency

The Santa Rosa Violence Prevention Partnership

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 from 7:15 AM to 3:30 PM (PDT)

Tipping the Scale: Our Role in Building Resiliency

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General Admission   more info 131 Tickets Sep 13, 2017 $30.00 $2.64
Sponsor Ticket 15 Tickets Sep 19, 2017 $1,000.00 $49.95

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Please join us for the 8th Annual Gang Prevention Seminar on September 19, 2017! Registration opens at 7:30am with the program beginning promptly at 8:15am.


Seminar Overview

This year’s Seminar will be focused on resiliency information, practices, and resources. You’ll hear personal testimonials, the science behind resiliency building, as well as learn more about resources in our community for yourself and those you serve.

Continental breakfast and lunch are included in the ticket price.


Target Audience

Community members, parents, law enforcement staff, and service providers are encouraged to attend.



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Training Objectives

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Gang Prevention Awareness Week

The Seminar is one of several activities planned for Gang Prevention Awareness Week. Gang Prevention Awareness Week is aimed at raising awareness about gangs and educating our community about the existing efforts to reduce and prevent youth violence. Other activities include:

  • Art Exhibition & Car Show, September 15th
  • Family Festival & Talent Show, September 16th
  • Boxing Exhibition, September 19th
  • Parents Gang Awareness Training, September 20th
  • Night Walk & Ice Cream Social, September 22nd
  • South Park Day & Night Festival, September 23rd

Continuing Education Units

Course meets the qualifications for __ hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, and LPCCs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

The Sonoma County Behavioral Health Division is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, & LPCCs. Sonoma County Behavioral Health Division maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.  Provider Number 135030, Exp. 02/06/2018

This course has been approved by California Board of Registered Nursing, B.R.N Provider No. 10298 expires 5/31/2018.

Provider approved by CCAPP-EI, Provider Number 4N-05-565-1118 for __ CEH'S.



In the case of course cancellation, fees will be returned to applicants via eventbrite.100% refunds must be requested in writing to by September 12, 2017 at 5:00pm. Otherwise refunds will not be granted after September 12 and 100% of the payment will be forfeited. To request a refund, go to Tickets in your Evenbrite account, find your order, then select "Request a Refund." Your organizer should respond within 1 week (2 business days if you paid using paypal) and when issued, refunds can take up to 5 business days to show on your account (7 business days outside the U.S.).



For more information or to make any requests related to special needs or different abilities (ADA) or to file a grievance, please contact:

Salvador Strawbridge at


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Have questions about Tipping the Scale: Our Role in Building Resiliency? Contact The Santa Rosa Violence Prevention Partnership

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Finley Community Center - Auditorium
2060 West College Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 from 7:15 AM to 3:30 PM (PDT)

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The Santa Rosa Violence Prevention Partnership

VPP Logo SmallEstablished in 2003, The Santa Rosa Violence Prevention Partnership (formerly known as the Mayor’s Gang Prevention Task Force) is a collaborative effort focused on creating safe neighborhoods through youth development programs and community partnerships involving local, state, and national government, community-based organizations, schools, foundations, business, faith community, and local law enforcement.

The focus of this work is to reduce youth violence by mobilizing and aligning efforts through prevention, intervention, and enforcement. By committing to support our youth, the community is sending a clear message for youth to stay in school, reconnect with their families and community to enjoy a supportive and healthy environment to learn and grow, and engage in pro-social behaviors.

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