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by Heather Campbell & Amanda Bashi Heather Campbell is the Executive Director of the Advocacy Center. Amanda Bashi is a trauma-informed staff attorney at the Advocacy Center, where she represents survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Here at the Advocacy Center, we’ve gotten some questions lately about the alarming headlines claiming Trump’s administration changed…
Survivor’s Guide to the Holidays by Audrey, Domestic Violence Advocate If you have been part of a support group or learning exchange, you may have heard the term “ground rules” or “group agreements.” We love groups and we love group agreements at the Advocacy Center. Groups offer an opportunity to support each other and build community….
Welcome to the second edition of our quarterly electronic newsletter. Our agency’s values and mission are rooted in supporting and empowering survivor voices. This edition of our newsletter shines a spotlight on one of our amazing volunteers, highlights our critical residential services, and provides an update on the continued work of our new ACTion group. In this issue: Holding…
Holding Hope For Survivors This year, as I move through the holiday season, I’ve found myself thinking often of hope. The hopes that I have for my family and my community. The hopes that I have for our world as we navigate the political and environmental challenges we face. And the hopes that I have…
Event Leads - ZVN Event Title - Free Screening & Discussion of “Boys and Men Healing” Date/Time: 2/27/2019 6:30pm-8pm Location: The Space @ Greenstar AC Staff: ZVN & Discussion Facilitator & Advocate Description: Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP_ZNOdyhRg This screening is FREE, and open to the public. There will be a facilitated discussion following the film, and participants are encouraged to schedule child sexual abuse prevention trainings with Enough Abuse Tompkins to ensure that the childhood abuse experiences of these men is not re-lived in our community.
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.