In 1986, Vicki Crompton-Tetter lost her daughter Jenny to an abusive boyfriend. Now, 25 years later, she will share her story about the problems of teen dating violence at the 2011 Women to Women Luncheon presented by Rachel Coalition and NCJW Essex County Section. The event takes place on Tuesday, October 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cedar Hill Country Club in Livingston.
At the Women to Women Luncheon, Crompton-Tetter, co-author of the recent book,
Saving Beauty from the Beast, will offer guidance for parents to teach their teens about dating violence. She will be joined by Dr. Jennifer L. Hartstein, PsyD, contributing psychologist for CBS’ The Early Show and a specialist treating high-risk children and adolescents.
The Women to Women Luncheon is generously funded by the Florin Educational Series, with additional funding support from Verizon Wireless Hopeline.
Individual reservations are $45 and Benefactor reservations are $118. Online registration is available at www.rachelcoalition.org/W2W2011. To register by phone or for additional information, please contact Sylvia Heller at 973-765-9050 x1708 or email@example.com.
The Rachel Coalition is a partnership of nine northern New Jersey organizations working together to respond to domestic violence. Nonsectarian services include a 24-hour crisis response line (973-740-1233), a suburban emergency safe house (with kosher provisions), counseling, support groups, legal and medical assistance, outreach and education programs. Rachel Coalition partners include: Jewish Family Service of MetroWest, National Council of Jewish Women: Essex Country Section, National Council of Jewish Women: West Morris Section, Women’s Philanthropy of the United Jewish Communities of MetroWest New Jersey, MetroWest Rabbinic Cabinet, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Hadassah: Northern New Jersey Region, Jewish Women International: North Atlantic Region and JCC MetroWest.