Join us for our monthly “If These Walls Could Talk” informational tour! Learn about the complex issues of domestic violence in the Treasure Valley and how our programs help the people who come to us for help. If you would like to attend, contact Susan at 208.343.3688, ext. 39 to reserve a place.
A visual display of art created on T-shirts by survivors of physical, sexual and emotional violence to express their stories of abuse and survival. Displayed in more than 50 businesses around the Treasure Valley, the clotheslines of T-shirts are designed to raise awareness during October.
The seventh annual SueB 5K Walk/Run is set for October 2, 2016. We are once again thrilled to be partnering with the Employee Association of the Ada County Paramedics for this great event to honor SueB, to raise funds to support survivor services at the WCA and to raise awareness of the daily occurrence of domestic and sexual abuse in our community. More details to follow as the event approaches!
NO MORE Week is an annual grassroots campaign week in March to raise awareness about domestic abuse and sexual assault.
The annual Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN) will be held on April 4, 2017, at the Boise Centre.
On Wednesday, April 26, 2017 we invite you to wear denim to raise awareness of sexual assault and in protest against destructive attitudes that often surround sexual assault, specifically victim blaming.
Held each year in October, DVAM is designed to shine a spotlight on the complex issues surrounding domestic violence and how the community can help promote healthy relationships.
April marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) in the U.S. During SAAM activists raise awareness about sexual violence and educate communities and individuals on how to prevent it.
For years, young people across the nation have organized to put a stop to dating abuse. With their adult allies, they achieved a major victory in 2005 when the importance of addressing teen dating abuse was highlighted in the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act.
The following year, Congress followed the lead of dozens of national, state and local organizations in sounding the call to end dating abuse. Both Chambers declared the first full week in February “National Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness Week.” Then in 2010, they began dedicating the entire month of February to teen dating violence awareness and prevention.
National Stalking Awareness Month
Held each year in January, NSAM shines the spotlight on the complex issue of stalking that occurs in our communities. Every year 7.5 million people are stalked in the United States. Please visit the NSAM official website to learn more.