As October approaches, we hope you will join us in observing Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This year’s theme, #communityfeels, is a reflection of our work. With social distancing becoming our current norm, community connectedness feels more important than ever. When we consider how survivors of domestic violence are impacted by the pandemic, that community connection … Continue reading #CommunityFeels: A DVAM Campaign Uplifting the Power of Community
What is does hybrid domestic violence training entail? Our Domestic Violence Hybrid training is focused around preparing individuals to provide direct service support to survivors of domestic violence through the use of peer counseling, resources and referrals. Our training combines the use of online modules, online meetings, and intentional in- person activities. Together, these will be … Continue reading Summer 2018 40-Hour Hybrid Domestic Violence Training
W.O.M.A.N., Inc. has modernized the way we offer our 40 hours domestic violence training. In December 2015, we received a grant from The Joseph and Vera Long Foundation to help develop a hybrid training that combines the use of online modules paired with intentional in person gatherings. After surveying multiple organizations throughout California W.O.M.A.N., Inc. … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Hybrid Domestic Violence Training
Meet one of our volunteers, Sabrina! Sabrina has been volunteering with us since July 2016 and has supported us with the W.O.M.A.N., Inc. 24-hour hotline amongst other organization functions. Volunteers are the backbone of our organization and we truly could not thrive without people like Sabrina on our team. Read more about her & the anti-violence … Continue reading Meet a W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Volunteer: Sabrina
Domestic violence impacts all of us. Many survivors reach out to friends and family for support before they call a domestic violence hotline, or call the police. We all want to support someone we care about; we want to see them happy and safe. So, when someone we love is being harmed, it's natural to … Continue reading Community Education Series: Supporting Friends & Family of Survivors
Learn more about our Education & Outreach program as well as other ways to get involved at our website: http://www.womaninc.org/education. Want to support our programs? People like you are a HUGE reason we can provide our workshops regularly & free of charge. Please consider donating at http://www.womaninc.org/donate.
As the year comes to close, we are pleased to share with you our 2016 Annual Report. This report lays out our numerous accomplishments, our financial status, tells the story of a volunteer, board member and of a program participant and finally, how you can support our organization. I hope you will find the report … Continue reading 2016 W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Annual Report