Staying Safer & Supporting Survivors During COVID-19

Concerns about accessing services should a survivor live with their partner using abuse: This is tricky. We don't want to cut off access to services, and we acknowledge the potential risk of a survivor reaching out for help while they're sharing space with their partner who uses abuse. We will help safety plan if given the … Continue reading Staying Safer & Supporting Survivors During COVID-19

Community Education Series: Supporting Friends and Family of Survivors

"W.O.M.A.N., Inc. invites you to join us on Wednesday, November 20th for our second session in the three part Community Education Series: "Supporting Friends & Family of Survivors."  The event will be hosted by our Outreach Coordinators, Annie Fisher and Jaymie Frazier. At W.O.M.A.N., Inc., we frequently receive calls on our support line from the friends and family members … Continue reading Community Education Series: Supporting Friends and Family of Survivors

W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Volunteer Spotlight: Amelie, Alicia, Elena

* Amelie Booska Amelie has been with W.O.M.A.N., Inc. since April 2012. She is one of our most dedicated volunteers helping with the Domestic Violence Information & Referral Center Project (DVIRC). During her time here she has helped create a training video that agencies can use to become familiar with the DVIRC, trained other volunteers, … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Volunteer Spotlight: Amelie, Alicia, Elena