Wednesday’s Woman!

Wednesday’s Woman! By Laura Baxter, Executive Director Unlike the woe of Wednesday’s Child in the poem by A.E. Bray, Wednesday’s Women are full of empathy, grit, and wonder! For Domestic Violence Awareness Month we will feature women every Wednesday who have paved the...

Be That Guy!

I am always excited to find new ways that people are speaking up and taking action to let survivors know they are not alone. I also find it fantastic to come across men to engaging in the efforts to end gender-based violence. Recently I came across a campaign for...

Holiday and Safety

Holiday + Safety! It’s the holidays. It is a time of joy, giving gifts, celebrating family and friends. But for people in abusive relationships, the holidays can be dangerous. Spending time with family and friends, dealing with financial stress and traveling can make...

A Survivor’s Story

A Survivor’s Story

One survivor shares her story. She has asked to remain anonymous. Her story is very real. Our hope is that these words will help others realize they are not alone in what they have experienced. Those who have been victimized are not to blame for what...

A Look Back in History

Dear Friends, Project Woman has a long history dating back to 1974. Initially organized as a volunteer operated rape crisis center it became dually certified as a domestic violence emergency shelter program in 1975. At a time when there was no Violence Against Women...

Safety Planning for the Holidays

The holidays are often a time of joy and community, but for people in abusive relationships, the holidays can be dangerous. Spending time with family and friends, dealing with financial stress and traveling can make safety planning a challenge. Family and friends of...

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