Prevail's 100 Men
Good men build strong communities, and strong communities prevent violence.
About 100 Men
Prevail’s 100 Men is a male engagement program through Prevail’s prevention department. 100 Men aims to develop male leaders who are willing to stand up and oppose violence. Members are committed to self and youth development with the goal of creating protective environments and building a safe and healthy community for all.
Our Vision for 100 Men
Create space for men to come together to learn how to become better men- in whatever roles they hold, while connecting with other men who have the same passion for building a safer community for all.
Opportunities for Connections
- Attend quarterly 100 Men meetings
- Engage in annual 100 Men service projects and events
- Access informative resources through a monthly e-newsletter and quarterly meetings
- Pledge to implement learned skills in everyday life
100 Men's Dual Approach
100 Men Small Groups
What to expect from small group meetings:
- Small groups meet 8 times per year, during the months when there is no quarterly meeting.
- Small groups have structured discussion about topics for men, led by 100 Men leaders.
- It is a place to connect, grow, and challenge.
100 Men Quarterly Meetings
What to expect from meetings:
- 100 Men meetings occur quarterly.
- Meetings may be held at Prevail, or off site locations.
- Meetings will be used to relay information regarding upcoming events, gain education from guest speakers, and network with other group members.
- Meeting information is announced via the monthly newsletter and 100 Men’s Facebook page.
100 Men’s Monthly Newsletter
What to expect from monthly newsletters:
- Newsletters are electronically distributed at the beginning of each month.
- Newsletters include information of any upcoming event or volunteer need.
- Throughout the year, newsletters highlight various awareness month campaigns and provide tools for members to get involved.
If you have any questions, would like to become one of our 100 Men, or like to be added to our monthly newsletters please contact:
Sara Roorbach, Primary Prevention Specialist and 100 Men Coordinator
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