Domestic Violence awareness month was first observed back in 1987. Today we continue our efforts to gain awareness and support or mission to use our collective voice to address the impact of domestic and sexual violence by providing quality services to those affected and to create social change through education, training, and activism. Watch a quick video by our Domestic Violence Services Coordinator, Kelci Claycomb to learn more!
It is up to us as a community, a society of good people, to look this issue square in the face and say, ‘No More! We envision a society free of domestic and sexual violence. Working together, we can realize this vision. It begins with showing up and standing up for victims and survivors.”
Project R.ES.T. President/CEO Krystal W. Smith.