Written on Feb 18, 2010 by Rhoda
The Collins Center will be holding it’s 14th Annual Sexual Violence Awareness Art Exhibit during the month of April. This year’s exhibit will be featured at Clementine Cafe. We are currently accepting artwork submissions and encourage anyone interested to submit their creative expression. Please feel free to pass this information on to anyone who may be interested.
Click here for a printable version of the flyer and an entry form.
Written on Feb 16, 2010 by Rhoda
In the last week, several of Oprah’s shows focused on the issue of child sexual abuse. The first show was a conversation with four male sex offenders and their treatment provider. To watch the full show, click here.
This show was met with a very favorable collaborative response from Stop It Now and Darkness to Light, two child sexual abuse resources strongly supported by the Collins Center.
Oprah’s second show focused on a brother and sister who were sexually abused as children. This show brings attention to the reality of male sexual abuse, which is often overlooked. To watch the full show, click here.
Written on Feb 4, 2010 by Rhoda
Support the Collins Center by attending James Madison University’s performance of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Collins Center and First Step.
JMU presents a Benefit Production of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues
February 14th and 15th, 7 pm (2/16 Snow Make up date)
Memorial Hall Auditorium
$8 advance at the Warren Box Office, $10 online and day of performance
(past performances sold out)
Click here to purchase tickets online
WILL CALL opens 6 PM (Tickets purchased online)
Auditorium opens at 6:30 PM, general admission.
Mature Audiences Only.