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Written by Matt Davis on February 6, 2019. Posted in Uncategorized

The Hospitality House for Women, Inc. continues their efforts to educate area youth on the subject of domestic violence. 

Ashley Demonbreun-Chapman, Community Outreach Coordinator, says that her organization has been working with the Rome City Schools and some of the Floyd County schools towards domestic violence prevention.  The lesson is being facilitated by educators.  The benefits of mindfulness are part of that lesson, according to Demonbreun-Chapman.

It is important to teach teachers how to take care of themselves in order that they can teach students to do the same, says Demonbreun-Chapman, who has engaged in mindfulness and yoga sessions with educators from Rome Middle School over recent days. 

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.  But Hospitality House does not wait until the teen years to begin educating students about domestic violence prevention.  Demonbreun-Chapman states that the organization has even been working with elementary school students to teach mindfulness, as well as healthy communication skills and emotion regulation. 

The Hospitality House for Women, Inc. has also been working to expand its services and outreach for the deaf and hard of hearing, as well as the Spanish speaking community, attests Demonbreun-Chapman.

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