ANNOUNCEMENT | Launching the Alice on the Go: Online Course

Sep 13, 2022

Alice on the Go is a self-directed domestic violence prevention and education program that we have been offering for the past couple years, reaching over 130 participants and eight community partners. The Alice House team brought the program to life after clients had identified they want and need access to family violence support and prevention but had barriers to access regular programming such as work, school, childcare, transportation, or timing. Our ultimate goal with this program is to provide women with the tools they need to recognize healthy and unhealthy relationship patterns earlier.

Today, we’re thrilled to launch the new Alice on the Go: Online Course. The online course is a healing journey to educate and empower. The program is organized into 6 modules delivered over 6 weeks and is done on their own schedule, at their own pace. The online version has been improved based on two years of participant and community partner feedback.

What’s new? Here’s what folks can expect from the new, online course.

  • Enhanced modules and course content with thanks to a local curriculum developer
  • Online learning management system (LMS) which can be accessed by computer or mobile phone
  • Online intake form
  • Improved accessibility and interactivity
  • Videos and audio clips from interviews with past participants
  • Discussion boards and exercises

What’s next? If you are a potential participant or a community organization that would like to learn more about the program, please visit our Alice on the Go: Online Course page. Here is where you will learn more about the program or complete an intake. We will be starting our first group on Monday, September 26 with the second starting in October. You can also help us get this information to those who need it most by following, liking, and sharing our content on social media.

We appreciate the support we’ve received to date from government, donors, and community partners and hope together we can get more lifesaving information into our communities. We wouldn’t be launching this program today without them.

If you have questions or need more information about the online course, please contact our Alice on the Go Facilitator, Allie.

Allie Oakley, Alice on the Go Facilitator