The Women's Center Recognizes Purple Thursday
Thursday, October 23rd has been declared Purple Thursday in support for victims and families impacted by domestic violence.
The Women's Center encourages you to wear purple to shine a light on the issue of domestic violence by supporting its survivors while promoting awareness and prevention.
The Women's Center would like to take this opportunity to thank AtlantiCare for your generous donation in support of the services we offer to the community.
DOMESTIC ABUSE & SEXUAL ASSAULT ARE
CRIMES OF VIOLENCE!
Domestic violence can affect anyone, regardless of income, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or religion.
Help change the facts. Speak up, speak out, and make a difference for victims of domestic violence.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE FOLLOWING EVENTS:
The Women's Center is in need of trained Volunteer Crisis Advocates throughout Atlantic County. We are in particular need of support in the western part of the county in communities such as Buena, Collings Lake, Folsom, Hammonton, Newtonville and Weymouth. To find out more about the 40-hour training program, which is required to become a Volunteer Crisis Advocate, please contact us at 609-601-9925 ext. 454.
24:7 Dad Program
The Fathers' Care Network, a program designed to assist Fathers in strengthening their role in the lives of their children, announces the 24:7 Dad Program.
The 24:7 Dad Program is a 12 week curriculum facilitated in a group setting designed to improve the well-being of children through involved, responsible, and committed parenting.
All program services are free! For more information, or to sign up, please contact: 609-601-9925 ext. 222