This February, we’re building off of our Healing Together campaign, and honing in on what it feels like to experience love that is not just safe, but liberating. We’re exploring the duality (or both/and) of the kind of love that sets us free of oppression in our relationships, and allows us to model healthy, safe, … Continue reading Liberating Love | February 2020 W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Campaign
This group is for folks who have survived abuse, or love someone who has—no blaming, no shaming. Great for those looking to build community, explore what type of relationship(s) they are hoping to create, or are curious about healthy vs unhealthy vs abusive relationships. We want to support folks as they build healthy, healing networks … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Healthy Relationships Support Group
As you may remember, we had our very first Healing Together fundraiser campaign in August. It was an experimental, month-long, dual awareness/fundraising campaign to help us foster healthy, healing relationships & support for our programs.
A pivotal part of supporting survivors of domestic violence is assisting them to end the cycle of violence in their lives, once and for all. While much of our focus is on helping survivors transition to safety, we also work to spread the word about healthy relationships and healing. Over time, we have come to realize … Continue reading Healing Together: A Campaign to Foster Healthy Relationships & FUNdraise for W.O.M.A.N., Inc.
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.
On February 17th, the W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Outreach team tabled at Lowell High School Wellness Center's Love Fest. Outreach Boos, Alicia Padillapaz and Shaena Spoor, were joined by folks from Hip Hop to Health , Planned Parenthood, LYRIC, JUMA, YAWAV, SFWAR, Huckleberry Youth Clinic and Hand to Hand Kajukenbo and Self Defense Center. Each organization brought … Continue reading Outreach Boos at Lowell High School’s Love Fest
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