Your first appointment, referred to as an intake, will be a session to gather information, determine what services are needed, and make appropriate referrals.
We welcome and provide services to survivors regardless of their gender (or lack of gender), sexual orientation, race, immigration status, disability, age, religion, or marital status. For more information please call our local hotline number at 256-236-7233.
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Harbor trainings last two hours and can be incorporated into a single staff meeting or broken into components to accommodate participant schedules.
Those who complete the program will be given an identifying placard to display in their office and a certificate of completion.In its continual efforts to live out the Purpose of Delta Delta Delta, the Fraternity is committed to “assisting its members in every possible way.” Providing relevant and intentional programs and resources to chapters and individual members is just one of the ways the organization strives to uphold our Purpose.is designed to serve collegiate members as part of Tri Delta’s broader member development initiative.To schedule a Harbor training for your department, please fill out the Harbor Training Request Form or contact Zoe Winston.The WGRC provides services to The University of Alabama faculty, staff and students, and Shelton State Community College students, regardless of gender, who are victims/survivors of interpersonal violence, as well as family and friends who have been impacted by the abuse.The Women and Gender Resource Center is located in the South Lawn Office Building at 1101 Jackson Ave, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487.