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Stigma of Disclosure: Trauma, Mental Illness, and Support

How are abuse and mental health connected? According to the CDC, survivors of intimate partner violence often experience mental health diagnoses, such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, and survivors of sexual violence also experience similar...

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Self Worth and Motivation

Victims and survivors may have a complicated relationship with self-worth and motivation, often based off of the messages they have received from their partners when in an abusive relationship. Join Marissa and Nouchee into understanding these ideas through the lens...

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Breaking the Silence & Telling Your Story

Many survivors find comfort in sharing their own story with others. Sharing your story may strengthen your own self-image as someone who can reclaim their power, bring solidarity with other victim/survivors in your life, and help you on the road to overcoming sexual...

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Featured Blog Posts

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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COVID-19: Workplace Recovery Plan

Para ver la actualización de COVID-19 en español, haga clic aquí. The safety and well-being of our clients, staff and volunteers continues to be our priority. We have resumed most of our in-person programming, adhering to the CDC’s recommendations, with modifications...

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Common Warning Signs of Abuse

The following list can help you determine whether you or someone you care about is involved in an abusive relationship. Not all of these characteristics need to be present for a relationship to be abusive, and characteristics by themselves do not necessarily indicate...

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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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