For Domestic Abuse Victims, Not All Are “Safer At Home”

In a year of chaos, the Covid-19 pandemic, struggles for equality, and a deafening onslaught of political noise, there is another silent yet significant threat to our local communities and families.  Unreported and underreported cases of domestic abuse have risen sharply locally and worldwide.  Some public safety measures, specifically stay-at-home orders, which are designed to […]

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month: How Can You Help?

The Problem and Statistics to Prove It I just wanted to take this time to make you aware of a problem that we need to confront. Sex assault is a harm that not only impacts the victims, but society as a whole. Consider these sobering statistics for the United States: One in five women and […]