The Connected - June 2017
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The idea behind Father’s Day as a time to acknowledge what it takes to raise children -- and the precious gift of being a parent -- is a wonderful reason to celebrate. In recognition of Father's Day, we want to honor the many men who work to end abuse and serve as positive role models for their families and communities. Male voices can play a crucial role in the movement to end domestic violence. Fathers who model respectful relationship behaviors and talk about domestic violence with their children, help further prevention efforts by educating the next generation. There are many men’s organizations doing inspiring work to promote healthy relationships and end domestic violence and sexual assault.

Is there a man who has made a positive impact on your life?  Celebrate him during the month of June by:
  • Sharing a post on social media
  • Making a donation to your local domestic violence agency
  • Shopping with for a Father's Day gift choosing Crisis Connection, Inc. as your charitable organization
To learn more about the role of men in ending violence against women, check out the following sites:
While we have taken this opportunity to highlight the role of men in the fight against domestic violence, it is important to remember that this is a serious social problem and a national health concern with significant negative impacts on everyone in our communities.  It occurs among all ethnic groups, cultures, ages, income levels, faiths, and education levels.

Many of us will come into contact with domestic violence in our daily lives - either in the workplace or personal lives.  Our statistics from 2016 show that there is still much work to be done in our eight county service area to eradicate this problem.

We appreciate your support in our efforts to make a difference and help those in need.

2016 Statistics
Domestic Violence Clients 449
Children of Domestic Violence Clients 429
Sexual Assault Clients 178
Children of Sexual Assault Clients 22
Forensic Interviews 138
Awareness Presentations 80
Awareness Presentation Participants 4,620
Prevention Presentations 463
Prevention Presentation Participants 13,120

Want to learn more?

Check out our Pinterest page ( for resources on a vast range of topics. Our boards include information on Child Safety, Elder Abuse, GRIT and Growth Mindset, Human Trafficking, Healthy Relationships, Natural Helpers, Sexual Assault, Trauma Informed Care and much more!
To help reduce program expenses, Crisis Connection relies on the donation of supplies that are regularly used at the agency.  With your donation of any item on this list, you actively become a part of our mission to end domestic violence and sexual assault.

Immediate Needs
Copy Paper
Plain 2-Pocket Folders
Toilet Paper
Paper Towels

39-Gallon Trash Bags
AA and AAA Batteries
Flash Drives
Postage Stamps

We are thankful for the generous support of the communities that we serve.  
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