DART partners with organizations in Huron County to provide virtual events that educate and bring awareness towards healthy lifestyle choices that support our community members to lead a life free of violence. DART’s ultimate goal includes the elimination of violent behaviours and attitudes that people express towards one another and themselves. Learn more about creating positive relationships with others and yourself through these materials.
There are currently no upcoming events. Stay updated on upcoming virtual events by returning to this webpage regularly, or by checking Huron DART’s Facebook page. Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook!
with Jackie Simpson of Huron Hospice
October 8th, 15th & 22nd, 2020
Hosted by The Huron County Youth Justice Committee.
Whether you or a loved one is struggling with a loss due to a death, divorce, loss of job, ramifications from the pandemic or any other negative life event, recent or sometime in the past. This informative webinar will give an overview on how grief may be negatively affecting you. Sessions will explore how we have been socialized to deal with grief in very unhealthy ways, the huge implications that underlying grief can have on a person, how unresolved grief can potentially be the underlying reason for many symptoms that we experience (health issues, depression, stress, anxiety) and what can be done. The webinar is based on the Grief Recovery Method.
with Paul Davis, social media and cyberbullying educator
June 8th, 10th & 17th, 2020
Hosted by the Huron Domestic Assault Review Team. Special thanks to Genelle Reid from Rural Response for Healthy Children for hosting the talks, Paul Davis for providing the excellent discussions, and FauxPop Media for technical assistance on the production of this series.
Online safety expert Paul Davis shared some great information with educators, parents and caregivers and students:
Follow the links below to view the question and answer session from each event in this series:
During COVID-19 our partners continue to provide services to support members of Huron County affected by violence.
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger from violence, call 911.
For emergency shelter and safety planning call Huron Women’s Shelter’s 24/7 information and support line: 1-800-265-5506.