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While children may not be the target of violence, living in an abusive household affects them deeply.We assist children in our programs through counseling, a nurturing environment and age-appropriate education about domestic violence ....Read more Volunteers are an integral part of the DVCC’s effort to serve victims of domestic violence.While volunteer projects and departmental needs are always evolving, the role that volunteers play in our agency is an ongoing and essential one.Our counselors are sensitive to the special needs of victims of intimate partner violence and offer flexible schedule times and a supportive environment to help them work through the issues associated with abuse ....Read more Domestic violence affects each and every person living in an abusive home, and is especially detrimental to children.
Trained Spanish-speaking counselor/advocates are available 24/7 on the Service Line to answer questions…
The American Academy of Pediatrics calls cyberbullying the “most common online risk for all teens.” Parents need to know the facts about cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying is deliberately using digital media to communicate false, embarrassing, or hostile information about or to another person.
DVCC helps clients meet these challenges by offering training and information on financial management. Read more The DVCC looks for every opportunity to provide victims of domestic violence with the tools needed to move forward.
One of our goals is to help them obtain the knowledge and skills needed for employment and self-sufficiency.