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Strength Doesn’t Stop: Third Annual Domestic Violence Survivors Banquet

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, on average, it takes a domestic violence victim seven times to leave before staying away for good. Leaving is often a complex process with several stages: minimizing the abuse and trying to help the abuser; coming to see the relationship as abusive and losing hope the relationship will… Continue Reading Strength Doesn’t Stop: Third Annual Domestic Violence Survivors Banquet

Announcing the 2019 Marsha Froelich Survivor Award honoree

Thursday, September 19, 2019

YWCA Dayton will honor Dayton native Beth Stelling with its Marsha Froelich Survivor Award at its 17th annual Domestic Violence Awareness Month event on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019, at the Schuster Center Wintergarden. Formerly called the YWomen Breakfast, it has been refreshed (and doubled) as the Voices Against Violence Breakfast and the Voices Against Violence… Continue Reading Announcing the 2019 Marsha Froelich Survivor Award honoree

An internship in stories

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Cannon Cook, sponsored by the SRC Community Internship Program, came to YWCA Dayton’s office from Tiffin University where he is studying marketing. Born in San Antonio, Texas but raised in Bellbrook, Ohio, Cook is an open-minded and positive individual. These last few months he has worked tirelessly, going through archives –both internal and external- in… Continue Reading An internship in stories

Ohio House Bill 3 Testimony

Monday, June 17, 2019

YWCA Dayton President and CEO Shannon Isom delivered the following testimony to the House Criminal Justice Committee in support of Ohio House Bill 3 during its hearing on June 13, 2019. HB 3 would protect victims of domestic violence by assessing their levels of danger, connecting them with resources such as rehab and housing, and… Continue Reading Ohio House Bill 3 Testimony

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