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WomenSafe's Ask the Advocate answered questions in June relating to WomenSafe's services, Ohio's Safe at Home Program, and LGBTQ domestic violence survivors. Check out their answers to these questions in this month's blog post.
WomenSafe CEO Andrea Gutka updates readers on the happenings of WomenSafe for the week of June 22, 2020. The Resale Shoppe Reopening. Slowly moving clinical services back onsite. A fire at the shelter. Read about all this and more!
Our latest Employee Spotlight focuses on newest WomenSafe team member and Art Therapist, Laurén.
Read WomenSafe's statement about the current social and racial unrest.
One domestic violence survivor's story about the abuse she endured and how WomenSafe was able to help her escape and start her life over.
Dear Diary, COVID-19 Edition
Get to know WomenSafe CEO Andrea Gutka in this month's Employee Spotlight.
Dear Diary: COVID-19 Edition May 22, 20202
Dear Diary COVID-19 Edition: May 15
Everything domestic violence survivors need to know about the 2020 census and how to fill out the form.
Get to know WomenSafe's Child Therapist, Danielle, in our latest Employee Spotlight.
Learn more about how domestic violence and addiction correlate in this guide from Detox Local.
Get to know the story behind WomenSafe's Traveling Quilt and Nancy's Nest to learn how you can get involved.
Get to know WomenSafe's Geauga County Court Advocate, Paige S., in her own words and from her coworkers while learning what she does for WomenSafe clients on a daily basis.
Watch WomenSafe outreach coordinators Stacy and Stephanie discuss the signs of teen dating abuse, how to start a conversation with your teen about abuse, and receive information on how to access further resources.
Get to know our Donations Coordinator, Michele F., in this month's Employee Spotlight.
Take a look back at WomenSafe's Casino Night fundraisers of the past.
Learn how to stay safe in our technology-savvy world with these tips for domestic violence survivors.
Look back on what made 2019 so memorable for the WomenSafe team, told by staff members and volunteers themselves.
Learn more about Womensafe's popular Art Therapy program and how it has impacted domestic violence survivors.
Local elementary school student helps WomenSafe clients and their families by providing Christmas presents this holiday season.
So many things to do during the holiday season, and it seems that every year the list grows longer. Christmas concerts, company holiday parties, secrets Santa exchanges and other fun activities can quickly fill up our schedules and make this magical time of year fly by. We are truly grateful that during this busy time of year, our community does not forget about WomenSafe and the survivors of domestic violence staying in shelter. Their kindness and compassion shows through their support of the many wonderful organizations helping our neighbors. Tonight, 22 women and children are calling WomenSafe home, and they have peace of mind because of our amazing family of donors. Thank you for helping us, help others this holiday season, and all throughout the year!
Get to know our Art Therapist, Liz from her coworkers and in her own words!
Returning guest blogger Fiona Jarl fills us in on a phone app called Aspire News that gives abuse victims a safety outlet if they ever find themselves in immediate danger.
Our Annual Fall Luncheon is always a big hit. Learn more about this successful event while browsing through pictures.
Learn more about WomenSafe's Development Director and what inspires her about working for WomenSafe.
The stresses of the holiday season can be hard on anyone, especially those in an abusive relationship. Here, our guest blogger, who is a survivor herself, gives some insight on ways to help those in need.
October was a busy month here at WomenSafe. Here we will recap what we did to celebrate Domestic Violence Awareness Month.