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Breaking the Trauma Bond

Trauma bonding is intense, unlike a normal bond we may create with safe family and friends. Join Marissa and Nouchee in a discussion on how trauma bonds operate in the brain, how to tell if you are in a trauma bonded relationship, and ultimately how to safely break...

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Identity After Abuse: Who Am I?

Identity encompasses the memories, experiences, relationships and values that creates one sense of self. It's normal to question or reflect on our identity from time to time, but in abuse, someone else may be trying to actively change or control who you are and the...

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Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse in the LGBTQ+ Community

This June, we recognize and celebrate Pride Month, while acknowledging the unique challenges LGBTQ+ survivors of domestic and sexual violence face. Join Marissa and Nouchee in a discussion of the different forms of abuse and barriers that the LGBTQ+ community may...

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Featured Blog Posts

2021 State of the Agency Address

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...

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New Hope for the New Year

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...

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Featured Videos

Let’s Talk About Job Searching

Let’s Talk About Job Searching

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.

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¿Tienes un secreto?

¿Tienes un secreto?

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...

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¿Cómo son buenos amigos los dinosaurios?

¿Cómo son buenos amigos los dinosaurios?

¡La habilidad de tener relaciones saludables comienza desde muy temprano! Este cuento ayudo a los niños/niñas a entender los momentos altos y bajos de una amistad y como tener un conflicto saludable. Use las preguntas antes o después de ver el video para ayudar a su...

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