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State, federal agencies visit FRC
Will host free training day Saturday with 100 Men Strong
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Key leaders in the field of sexual violence prevention and awareness visited the Family Resource Center (FRC) recently. Melissa Gipson, project director for the Centers for Disease Control in Georgia; Jane Key, program director for sexual violence services and women’s health at the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control; and Olivia London, prevention and specialized advocacy coordinator with S.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault requested a meeting with the FRC to discuss the wonderful work being done in Kershaw and Lee counties by FRC and the 100 Men Strong Committee. The men, made up of locals from both counties, are involved in a male involvement program aimed at ending sexual and physical violence against women and children.

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