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The following article is part three of a four-week series published in local newspapers for Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October. In part two we talked about domestic violence in LGBTQ relationships. The series focuses on raising awareness about domestic violence and its effects. In 2014, America got a sneak peek into what domestic violence […]Read More »
The following article is part two of a four-week series focusing on raising awareness about domestic violence. In Part One, we talked about the effects that witnessing domestic violence has on children. In 2015, HCWC served 1,743 victims of abuse (face-to-face) from Hays and Caldwell County. 958 of those were victims of domestic violence. Domestic […]Read More »
Advocates respond to victims in crisis. They are essential to the work of the Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center and fill a number of roles including responding to hospital calls, answering the hotline and providing childcare. Visit our Volunteer or Internships page to learn more. We welcome compassionate, caring men and women who want to make a […]Read More »