Please join Community Safety Network and violence prevention expert Jeff Bucholtz for two upcoming events exploring the prevention of sexual violence among youth in Jackson Hole. One event, on the evening of September 25th, is appropriate for mature high school students and adults, while the other, on Thursday, September 28th will be geared for people aged 13 and up.
Mr. Jeff Bucholtz, co-founder of We End Violence, will present September 25th from 5:30-6:00 pm at the Jackson Hole Community School, and address adolescent culture around objectification of girls and women and how to create respectful and safe relationships and communities. From 6:00-6:45pm, there will be a panel discussion facilitated by with reporter Sarah Ross from the Planet JH, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Jennifer Bradof and Bucholtz. Whether in the classroom, the chat room, or the locker room, when these interactions are left unchecked they have the potential to perpetuate a mindset that incites gender-based violence and create a culture of sexual pressure and rape. The conversations will be honest, open, and address mature content.
CSN and Jeff Bucholtz, are in their third year of prevention programming in Jackson Hole that teaches and motivates high students and caring adults to build healthy relationship skills, and that violence never equals strength. Bucholtz’ previous engagements in the valley have been well-received and celebrated by students, parents and school staff alike.
Event is free. Hope to see you there!
For more information, please contact Prevention and Education Director Shannon Nichols at
Community Safety Network provides shelter, safety and resources for people affected by
domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking in Jackson, Wyoming. Every year, CSN offers
services to hundreds of clients and their children, and serves thousands more through prevention
and education. CSN relies on private donations for more than 60% of its operating budget,
including its entire Prevention and Education Program. Emergency direct services are supported
in part by the Wyoming Office of the Attorney General, Division of Victim Services.