Domestic violence awareness month is a good reminder that each of us has a role to play in the prevention of domestic violence in our community. That may look like reaching out to a friend, family member, or colleague who is experiencing intimate partner violence offering support. It may look like volunteering, making a donation to the Women’s Resource Center, or attending a fundraiser. It may look like supporting public policy that ensures those experiencing violence in their homes have the resources they need to find and maintain safety. It may look like being a champion of the WRC, helping spread the word about the critical services we provide in the community.
Whatever it looks like for you, I hope that you join us in some way to demonstrate for our neighbors who are survivors of domestic violence that we as a community are standing with them.
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