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Our agency provides supportive services to thousands of child, teen, and adult members of our community who have been impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and child sexual abuse. We need your help to ensure that these critical services are available to all victims and that we can continue our work to prevent future abuse. Starting in November,…
Welcome to the Fall 2019 edition of our quarterly electronic newsletter. Our agency’s values and mission are rooted in supporting and empowering survivor voices. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and we are focusing on the impact that domestic violence has on children and teens. This edition includes a Staff Spotlight on our Senior Domestic Violence Advocate,…
What is your position at the agency? Hi there! I’m a Senior Domestic Violence Advocate and I’m co-located at Child Protective Services. That means I split my time between the local Social Services building, my cubicle surrounded by caseworkers, or out in the field with folks who are involved with Child Protective Services. This position…
Mothering Through Domestic Violence (MTDV) is a group offered through the Advocacy Center and facilitated by Domestic Violence Advocates. This group is for adult mothers who are not currently in an abusive relationship, but identify as a survivor of intimate partner violence. This 8-week psychoeducational group meets weekly and covers a range of topics, including…
Know more to help more
A first step in creating a safer community where survivors can get help is to learn more about abuse. We all have a role in ending domestic and sexual violence.