Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Honoring Texans who lost their lives


October 18, 2018

Each year during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Texas Council on Family Violence releases a report on women who lost their lives at the hands of intimate partners.

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Purple Ribbons of Hope


October 21, 2017

The second annual Purple Ribbons of Hope is an expression of love and support to individuals and families impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. Voices of Tamar Ministry, in collaboration with CommUnityCare Health Centers, SAFE, and No More, No Mas, invites you to Purple Ribbons of Hope on the grounds of CommUnityCare’s Sandra Joy Anderson […]

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What you can do during DVAM and beyond


October 20, 2017

As Domestic Violence Awareness Month continues, let’s take a moment to look beyond awareness. Let’s consider what we can do to stop abuse in its tracks.

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To me, love means…


September 13, 2017

This October, during DVAM and beyond, we want to start a conversation by sharing what love means in our lives. Tell us: What does love mean to you?

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They’re not just words


October 20, 2016

Thousands of women have sat across from me, reeling from years of abuse. Almost all tell me the same story—scars heal, it’s the words that stick with you.

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Austin Council: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month


October 7, 2016

With the proclamation that October be Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Council joined advocates, police, and the community in recognizing the impact of DV

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We are survivors extraordinaire


June 27, 2016

Surviving child abuse, human trafficking, and domestic violence makes us extraordinary. Next to the 158 Texas women killed in 2015, we are walking miracles.

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The Company We Keep


October 16, 2014

By Gwenyth Jett I avoided group therapy for a few years. I don’t really know why. Probably fear of the unknown. I was afraid all the time in those days. Eventually, my need to connect with someone, anyone, overcame my fear of the groups. I couldn’t talk to my family because it upset them too […]

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