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by Johnna Margalotti, Advocacy Center Intern April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a campaign that educates communities across the nation on sexual violence and how to prevent it. This past Friday, April 12th, we recognized the Day of Silence and asked ourselves the question: What voices are we not hearing in our conversations about…
Welcome to the third edition of our quarterly electronic newsletter. Our agency’s values and mission are rooted in supporting and empowering survivor voices. This edition shines a spotlight on our amazing Youth Educator, Lyn Staack, highlights the 40th anniversary of Take Back the Night, and provides an update on the continued work of our new-this-year teen activism group,…
Annual Celebration 2019 Join the Advocacy Center for our 2019 Annual Celebration on Wednesday, March 27th from 5:30-7:00 pm. We will reflect on the important work completed over the past year and celebrate and honor the strength of survivors in our community. Attendees will learn more about the current work of the agency and meet…
Meeting our Youth Educator, Lyn Staack! What is your position at the agency? I am a Senior Educator in the Advocacy Center’s Education Department. My focus is middle and high school youth and a majority of my time is spent presenting in middle and high school level health classes throughout Tompkins County. How have you…
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.