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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month; this month and any time of year, it is important to raise awareness about this issue and open up the conversation to help everyone better understand the signs of dating violence and how to prevent it from happening in...
The most important relationship we have is the one with ourselves, but what is self-love and why is it important? Join Marissa and Nouchee to identify why it can be difficult for survivors to practice self-love, and share strategies on how we all can show ourselves love this time of year.
The holidays can be a difficult time for survivors, regardless of where they’re at in their healing journey. Join Marissa and Maria for a bonus episode to discuss ways to heal this holiday season, and to provide some helpful tips and share fun stories to feel more empowered this time of year. Happy Holidays, from all of us at The Women’s Center!
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We are incredibly thankful for the compassionate support we received from our donors and friends in 2020. Throughout a very tumultuous year, you helped us continue doing what we do best – providing safety, shelter, and support for survivors 24/7, 365 days a year. Last...
Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. We can prevent human trafficking in our community by educating ourselves and each other on how to identify the signs of this human rights violation, how to help prevent it, and how to support those who have been...
As 2020 draws to a close, it’s hard to not reflect on everything that happened this year and how it impacted our work. Perhaps the easiest way to describe it is… HARD! Deemed an essential agency during the COVID-19 pandemic and Safer at Home orders, we had to...
August 26 is Women's Equality Day and Executive Director Angela Mancuso shares the significance of this day to The Women's Center, along with some interesting tidbits about our founding.
Our Life Skills Advocate, Jesikah discusses starting a job search and what to consider before you press the search button. For more information or to be connected to our Life Skills Advocate, please call 262.547.4600 or email us.
Los abusadores a menudo se refieren al acoso/abuso como un secreto cuando hablan con niños/niñas que son víctimas. Este libro da una explicaion detallada de la diferencia entre un secreto bueno, por exemplo, una fiesta sorpresa, un regalo, o un escondite y secrectos...