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Taco ‘bout it Tuesday: Dating Violence & Healthy Relationships

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White words over orange. Says Taco ‘bout it Tuesday: Dating Violence & Healthy Relationships Feb 19 Bullhead City Library at MCC noon to 1 pm.
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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and you are invited to Mohave Community College to learn how to avoid becoming a victim. 

The free, one hour seminar is called Taco ‘bout it Tuesday: Dating Violence & Healthy Relationships.

MCC, the Bullhead City Police Department and Bullhead City Prosecutor’s Office/Crime Victim Services Unit hope you can join us to learn how to prevent dating violence and abuse.  You will also learn about healthy relationships.

Detective Andrew Sevillano and Crime Victim Advocate Deann Adams want you to learn how you can help keep yourself and your loved ones safe and healthy.

Adams will explain the Crime Victim Services Program, how they assist victims of crime, how the victims receive their rights under the Arizona Victim Rights Laws and how the criminal justice system works as it relates to a crime victim. 

There will be complimentary refreshments that include tacos and beverages.

Downloadable Event Flyer

What:             Taco ’bout it Tuesday.

              

Why:               Dating Violence Awareness

              

Where:            Mohave Community College

                        Bullhead City Campus Library

 

              

When:             February 19th

                       Noon – 1:00 p.m.

 

Speakers:        Lorrie Duggins, Deann Adams, Detective Andrew Sevillano

 

Event Hosts:   MCC Accreditation Liaison/Compliance Officer Danette Bristle

                         and Compliance Specialist Michelle Martin

 

                          Refreshments include tacos and beverages.

White words over orange. Says Taco ‘bout it Tuesday: Dating Violence & Healthy Relationships Feb 19 Bullhead City Library at MCC noon to 1 pm.