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Women Making a Change after Domestic Violence

Virginia's House Inc. II

Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM (CDT)

Chicago, IL

Women Making a Change after Domestic Violence

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Women Making a Change after Domestic Violence is an open dialog to promote healing and understanding of domestic violence from women who are survivors. Hear the stories of survivors as we discuss the causes, theories, and solutions from Dr. Kim Anderson PhD., author of "Enhancing Resilience in Survivors of Family Violence".

 This is a great opportunity to join us for lunch and support our efforts to build Virginia's House, a safe transitional housing facility. Raffle gifts by TOMS, the organization that gives shoes to children in need, Toyota in Oak Lawn, Dana Hotel and Farmers Insurance.

 Safe transitional housing is extremely important to families that are leaving emergency shelters and violent homes. The building of Virginia's House depends on support from you, our  community and corporations. In addition to attending this function there are other ways you can help through volunteering or donating through our website.

 I hope you will be able to join us for an afternoon of sharing, healing and solutions.

 

                     $5.00 Raffle tickets will be sold at the event                        

 

                               Parking is on the corner of Barry    

Have questions about Women Making a Change after Domestic Violence? Contact Virginia's House Inc. II

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Serbian American Museum
448 W Barry Ave
Chicago, IL 60657

Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM (CDT)


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Virginia's House Inc. II

Virginia's House Inc, II is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) and will provide safe transitional housing to survivors of domestic violence. Offering Solutions; safe and nurturing environment, prevent survivors from returning back to abusers, focus on survivors and those with low skills, combining school, work and resume building and permanent apartments or housing. Services; Transitional living for a two year period, focus on family counseling, relationship building and follow-through, healing writing work shops, provide professional courses training and boost technical skills, finanical literacy skills and budgeting, peer to peer follow-up  housing assistance.

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