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Traumaversaries are time-specific anniversaries of traumatic events. Normally, everyday moments are filtered throughout our thoughts, feelings, and then are eventually stored or encoded into our long or short term memory. When we experience trauma, however, our brains...

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Trauma and the Body

You may have heard of the phrase, "the body keeps the score." What does this mean for survivors of abuse? Join Sam and Marissa in a conversation about the body's response to trauma, and practical tools to reclaim your mind and body.  Please note that this workshop is...

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Prioritizing Your Needs

In 1943, Abraham Maslow proposed that we have to meet our needs from the ground up, from physiological to self-actualization. What does this mean for survivors of abuse? Join Marissa and Sam in a conversation on Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, as well as strategies for...

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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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How You Can Support Our 24-Hour Hotline

The Women’s Center’s 24-Hour Hotline provides a critical lifeline to victims of domestic and sexual violence. Last year alone, we responded 7,170 calls – that’s almost one call an hour, every hour of every day during the year. Our trained staff and provide:

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Featured Videos

Deep Breathing Exercises

Deep Breathing Exercises

Youth Advocate, Mr. Jon, will show you how to do some deep breathing exercises that help your body calm down and your mind to focus.

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Storytime: “Do You Have a Secret?”

Storytime: “Do You Have a Secret?”

Abusers often refer to abuse as a secret when talking to child victims. This book gives a detailed explanation of the difference between good secrets – like surprise parties, presents, or hiding places – and bad secrets that are harmful or dangerous to keep. Use the...

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