Rhonda’s piece of advice for women: Be aware of what is happening to you. Be prepared. Don’t get in a situation where you can’t take care of yourself. Women Breaking Free: Stories of Strength from Survivors of Domestic Violence A video series featuring Suze Orman, author, Women & Money
https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/hoover-dam-goes-purple-for-domestic-violence-awareness-photos/ Las Vegas Review-Journal October 29, 2018 - 11:34 pm Hoover Dam was illuminated in purple Monday night to promote domestic violence awareness. In an event spearheaded by Safenest, Nevada’s largest domestic violence nonprofit, the dam was lit using purple gels on the baselights. The display was meant to honor
Hoover Dam Turns Purple in Recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month October 29, 2018 As National Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to an end, one of America’s most iconic landmarks was glowing purple to honor the thousands of survivors, victims and families who have been affected by domestic
Hoover Dam Turning Purple in Recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month October 26, 2018 As National Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to an end, one of America’s most iconic landmarks will glow purple to honor the thousands of survivors, victims and families who have been affected by domestic violence. HOOVER
Hoover Dam to turn purple to focus attention on Domestic Violence Awareness Month Media Contact: Patti Aaron, (702) 293-8189, email@example.com Doug Hendrix, 702-293-8391, firstname.lastname@example.org For Release: October 25, 2018 Hoover Dam BOULDER CITY, NEVADA On Monday, Oct. 29, the iconic Hoover Dam will light up in purple to increase public
Housing Is Safety Written by NAEH October 22, 2018 This post is written by Genese Jones-Torrence, Vice President of Crisis Services at SafeNest: Temporary Assistance for Domestic Crisis. We’ve all heard the saying that “home is where the heart is,” but have we ever thought about what else a home should be?
Cocktails & Conversation with Denise Brown Friday, Oct. 19 Supporters joined SafeNest for a conversation about domestic violence with special guest Denise Brown, sister of domestic violence victim Nicole Brown Simpson.