The tired 'get tough' rhetoric of politicians is not a solution because violence is not 'caused' by our current sentencing structure.Indeed, the 'get tough' approach is counter-productive when money to build prisons comes from cuts in crime prevention funds, community services and education - kind of like mopping the floor while the tub overflows.We also provide a 24-hour confidential crisis line, counseling, legal aid, programming for children, and outreach programs and presentations in the community.TESSA is proud and excited to announce that we will celebrate our 40th Ruby Anniversary with a one-of-a-kind gala on Saturday, September 30, 2017.Four Core Components The is a long-term, system-wide program for change involving program components at four levels.Trainer Certification Periodically, we offer a Trainer Certification Course for people interested in becoming a certified trainer in the .Stop Violence is an ongoing project initially constructed by the students in Dr.
Additional topics and ongoing expansion occur through the efforts of Paul and his classes, with thanks to EMU for a Faculty Research Fellowship which helped support this project.
The Capital Area Family Violence Intervention enter, Inc., also known as the Iris Domestic Violence Center, serving a seven-parish area around the capital area, has announced the selection of John J. Price will be succeeding Lynn Medley-Long as director who will be taking early retirement.
Price was selected by the Board of Director’s Executive Search Committee to replace Medley-Long who served as the executive director for two years.
"Domestic violence doesn't have a face or an age," says Bill Mitchell.
"It can happen to anybody." Since Kristin's death, the Kristin Mitchell Foundation has supported educational efforts that raise awareness about the dangers of abusive dating relationships.