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Transit Campaign Counteracts Pervasive Myths

At a time of the year when domestic violence and the needs of its victims may escalate, we are raising our voice—letting community members know that “Abuse is NEVER your fault” and that help is available. Throughout December, bold advertisements on MUNI buses and in MUNI and BART stations across the city aim to raise…

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La Casa de las Madres Unveils Bilingual Transit Campaign

October 20, 2014 CONTACT: La Casa de las Madres: Lindsay Sweetnam, 415.503.0500 Ext. 309; lindsay@lacasa.org  La Casa de las Madres Unveils Bilingual Transit Campaign Highlighting Local Lifeline for Domestic Violence Survivors  Ads on Buses and in Transit Stations Inform Community of Life-Saving Services (San Francisco, CA) – In the midst of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month,…

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La Casa de las Madres Steps Out Against Domestic Violence at the redHOT* party

La Casa de las Madres’ annual premier fundraiser, the redHOT party*, will be held on Thursday, October 2nd from 6:00-9:00pm at 111Minna Gallery at 111 Minna Street in San Francisco. La Casa will Step Out Against Domestic Violence on October 2nd with 350 engaged supporters and active community members to kick off National Domestic Violence…

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Bay Area Domestic Violence Shelter Collaborative Calls for 49er Action

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 15, 2014 Contact: Gloria Sandoval, STAND! For Families Free of Violence: 925.603.0112 Kathy Black, La Casa de las Madres: 415.503.0500 Ext. 305 Bay Area Domestic Violence Shelter Collaboration Calls for 49er Action (San Francisco Bay Area, CA) The Bay Area Domestic Violence Shelter Collaboration, a group of 17 domestic violence organizations…

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Community Spotlight: Celebrating Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, when La Casa engages with our community to encourage greater awareness of dating violence, its impacts, and the supports available to local youth.  It’s a time when our Teen Program ramps up its year-round efforts and implements special programming to connect with Bay Area youth and community members…

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Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month Activities Reach Youth City-Wide

February 1st kicks off Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and La Casa de las Madres’ Teen Program is geared up to reach out to teens all month long across San Francisco and the wider Bay Area.  La Casa will work to raise awareness of dating violence through activities at high schools and various community-based locations…

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La Casa Celebrates Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month!

Throughout February, the Teen Program of La Casa de las Madres will reach out to local teens through activities at high schools and community based organizations all over San Francisco.  In partnership with high school Wellness Centers, La Casa will bring presentations and information about teen dating violence and healthy relationships to teens on site…

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A City With A World Class Heart

On the steps of city hall this morning, standing alongside La Casa’s Executive Director Kathy Black, Mayor Lee encouraged San Francisco residents and business to support essential services like those La Casa de las Madres provides to local women of all ages, teens, and children. …we need to support our fellow San Franciscans who need our…

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