Many of you know that the YWCA Resolve program provides shelter for people experiencing domestic violence. What some of you may not know is that the shelter has a name – Hope House.

We chose the name for a reason. Hope is optimistic. With Hope, you know things are going to turn out ok. This story is about Kristin – about the ho...

If you’ve met Amanda Easter once, you’ll probably never forget her. The 5-foot-2 red-headed ball of energy and pizazz is equal parts bubbly and business.

“Everyone’s life is as precious as the next." This is the credo Cheyanne Friend demonstrates every day in her position...

Discussion of domestic abuse is almost always centered around the victim. But there is another side to this issue: what about the abuser? What’s their story, and how can we help them understand the consequences of their actions? The YWCA’s Batterer Intervention/Prevention Program (BIPP) seeks to answer these questions.

July 14, 2016

I was so strong before. I came from a long line of very intelligent, beautiful, confident women who taught me to value myself. However, I did not grow up with a man in the home to tell me what to not to look for in a man. I missed the “Daddy Lesson” about those men to stay away from. Those wolves in sheep’s clothing…...

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