Order a VHS copy of Town Meeting: A Community Response to Sexual Violence
Please print this page and mail the completed order form with check or
money order to:
Minnesota Department of Health
Catalogue Orders - Atten: Doug Palmer
P.O. Box 64882
St. Paul, MN 55164-0882
Selected highlights from the broadcast version of the Town Meeting, with additional footage not included in the public television program. This promotional short is designed to stimulate public awareness and community support for sexual violence prevention initiatives.
Running Time: Nine minutes, twenty seconds
Cost: $5.00 Includes shipping and handling
Educational Full-length Version
This version features the same content as the PBS broadcast program, but contains graphically designed breaks to facilitate discussion of the following primary Town Meeting messages:
- Sexual Violence as a Public Health Problem
- Sexual Violence Affects Communities, not just victims
- Sexual Violence Can and Must Be Prevented
Running Time: Fifty-six minutes, ten seconds
Cost: $10.00 Includes shipping and handling
Town Meeting Presentation Version (Stock #399-0338)________copies @ $5.00
Town Meeting Educational Version (Stock #399-0337)________copies @$10.00
Please enclose check or money order made payable to the Minnesota Department of Health. Do not send cash.
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The Minnesota Sexual Violence Prevention Program is funded through the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) RPE program. For more information about The Minnesota Sexual Violence Prevention Program contact Sexual Violence Prevention Program Staff.
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