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August 1, 2018

How “As the Father of Daughters” Undermines Women’s Importance As People

Women’s Advocates’ Education and Outreach Coordinator Meggie Royer writes a monthly post on topics that are relevant to the work we do as an organization.  While Women’s Advocates is supported by Grant No. A-CVS-2018-WOMADV-00013, awarded by the Office on Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs – the opinions, findings,…

July 31, 2018

July 2018 Women’s Advocates Newsletter

To view our July 2018 Newsletter, click here. Topics Include: –Courage to Fly Luncheon Invitation -At the Shelter: Circle of Togetherness -Did You Know?: Domestic Violence Articles & Education –Women’s Advocates’ Blog Update -Volunteer Appreciation & Needs -How to Help!…

July 2, 2018

“Just Lovely People”: How Neighbors’ Media Descriptions of Domestic Violence Homicide Perpetrators Normalize Abuse

Women’s Advocates’ Education and Outreach Coordinator Meggie Royer writes a monthly post on topics that are relevant to the work we do as an organization.  While Women’s Advocates is supported by Grant No. A-CVS-2018-WOMADV-00013, awarded by the Office on Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs – the opinions, findings,…

June 26, 2018

June 2018 Newsletter | Women’s Advocates

Click to view our June 2018 newsletter. Highlights Include: Volunteer Appreciation Event Domestic Violence Education You’re Invited: Pryes for a Purpose Volunteer Needs How to Support WA At the Shelter – Butterflies! In the News…

May 29, 2018

May 2018 Newsletter

Click to view our May 2018 Newsletter. Highlights include: Open House Review We Need Volunteers At the Shelter – Summer Garden Domestic Violence Education…

April 24, 2018

April 2018 Women’s Advocates Newsletter

Click HERE to view our April 2018 Newsletter. Topics include: May Day Open House & Shelter Tour next week Sexual Assault education, recognizing April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month Volunteer appreciation How you can get involved  …

April 23, 2018

#SurviveTogether Week Four

What We Can Do Young women between the ages of 16 and 24 experience the highest rate of intimate partner violence – almost triple the national average. Here’s how you can help. 8-steps to support someone who is experiencing domestic violence, via RAINN.

April 18, 2018

In The News: Twin Cities affordable housing shortages affecting domestic violence survivors (Pioneer Press)

Twin Cities affordable housing shortages affecting domestic violence survivors…

April 16, 2018

#SurviveTogether Week Three

Survivor Stories “Violence not only causes physical injury, it also undermines the social, economic, psychological, spiritual and emotional well-being of the victim.” Susmitha B, “Domestic Violence: Causes, Impact, and Remedial Measures.” You deserve kindness! If you or someone you know is experiencing abuse and needs help, please contact Women’s Advocates’…