There is a BETTER WAY to give hope to hurting families... We develop and support local Family Justice Centers that help victims and their children find all the services they need in ONE PLACE - police officers, prosecutors, advocates, chaplains, counselors, medical professionals, and others.
The Washington Post By Hamil R. Harris October 9, 2015
In the stillness of night, from Rockville to Upper Marlboro, sheriff’s deputies are responding to the calls of people being beaten and killed by those who say they love them.
In Upper Marlboro recently, Prince George’s County law enforcement, judges and elected leaders marked the beginning of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month by lighting the county administration building in purple and talking about the issue.
Business Examiner By Arnie Aurellano & Zachariah Bryan October 2015
At Business Examiner Media’s 13th annual Women of Influence event on Sept. 30, five outstanding female leaders from the South Sound were recognized.
This year’s women of influence were Lori Drummond, CEO of Olympia Federal Savings; Jane Taylor, founder and chief strategy officer of The Geneva Foundation in Tacoma; Susan Adams, executive director of Crystal Judson Family Justice Center in Tacoma; Julie Dugan, executive director of The Dugan Foundation in Tacoma; and Mariella Cummings, CEO at Physicians of SW Washington in Olympia.
Acting DA Singas & The Safe Center Raise Awareness of 24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
By Long Island News & PRs
October 09 2015
Mineola, NY - October 8, 2015 - As an initiative during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Acting Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas and The Safe Center held an event to raise public awareness of the confidential 24-hour hotline which is the organization’s main point of entry for most of its clients, and among several Safe Center programs funded or supported by the DA’s Office.