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Service Spotlight: Domestic Violence Counselor Training

Choosing to reach out for help can be difficult for a survivor of domestic violence, sometimes years in the making.  It is therefore imperative that the responding individuals are highly trained and skilled in the complexities of domestic violence, as well as in the mission, vision, and philosophies underpinning our work.  La Casa’s domestic violence…

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Volunteer Spotlight

Neville Jos, a Chief Technology Officer at a local boutique investment firm, recently completed La Casa’s domestic violence advocate training sessions. How long have you been volunteering at La Casa de las Madres and what do you do? I have been volunteering at La Casa for about two months. I mainly help out the children…

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