Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2022
The McKenzie River Men’s Center, a program of the Center for Community Counseling, is teaming up with the University of Oregon’s Men’s Resource Center and Rehearsals for Life to offer an interactive online workshop about how bystanders can intervene to interrupt harassment and prevent sexual assault. Actors will perform a few short scenarios, and audience members will
have the opportunity to suggest ways that characters could intervene to
To see the flyer:
Click here for the pdf version of the flyer.
Domestic Violence Awareness
On October 26th, we hosted a two-hour virtual town hall on promoting healthy masculinities and reducing domestic violence. Thank you to everyone who participated, including all of our guest presenters and facilitators.
We recorded parts of the event. If you registered but were not able to attend, and you would like the link to the recording, let us know.
October 26, 2021
“Coping with a global pandemic has been new territory for all of us. The unknown is scary. Change is hard. To preserve public health, we’ve made drastic changes to work and daily life. And now—as we’ve learned to adapt –we are asked to change our behavior again… This can take a toll on our mental health. In these stressful times, KLCC’s Tiffany Eckert discovered, there is help out there.”
Coping with COVID-19
Center for Community Counseling was recently interviewed about mental health issues facing our community during this unprecedented period of physical isolation and quarantine by Mark Molina of Molina Leadership & Business Development Solutions. Watch the video series as we talk with Board Member Patricia Hasback, PhD, Clinical Program Manager Nasim Talebreza-May, MSW, and Board Member Jon Davies, PhD.
The Center for Community Counseling has been helping our community be healthier and stronger one person at a time for over 41 years! We all benefit from support during difficult times, and finances shouldn’t be an obstacle to receiving good counseling. Every day, we offer counseling services for those who would not otherwise be able to afford the help they need and deserve.