The YWCA's Pathways program offers safe shelter, crisis counseling and support for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, including the 24-hour crisis line: 406.542.1944 or 800.483.7858; emergency women and children's shelter; walk-in peer counseling; support groups; in-house licensed therapist; referrals to community resources; and legal, personal and medical advocacy.
As mayor of Missoula, John Engen's interests start with public safety and prevention. If that doesn't address the sexual assault problem, he's interested in knowing that an assault gets reported, that victims get the care they need, and that the city is in a position to try to bring the offender to justice
The Crime Victim Advocate (CVA) office provides free and confidential services to survivors of violent crime, including information, opportunities, advocacy, and support, especially in the civil criminal justice system processes
Missoula has felt the heat and light of national attention following a Justice Department anouncement of investigations into the handling of sexual assault allegations by the University of Montana, the Missoula, Montana Police Department, and the Missoula County Attorney's Office
This week we've heard from faculty and students at Willard Alternative High School. Today we get a different perspective...that of a student teacher.
Why would someone choose an alternative high school for their candidate teaching experience? What was it like? How will it effect future choices and professional assignments? We hear this, and more, from UM graduate student Jessica Stemler...
It takes a special kind of teacher to work in the alternative environment. It's still teaching, but on many days it is much more. Steve Mutchler is an instructor at Willard. He says his other roles include mentor, coach, and even social worker
Willard Alternative High School fills an important void in Missoula Public Schools...a high school education for those who haven't achieved success in the more traditional environments. Does Willard work? Graduating nearly 700 students in a little more than a decade would suggests the answer is a resounding "YES
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