October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Family Pathways honors this month by recommitting to breaking the intergenerational cycle of abuse and being a resource for all who need us.
This year, Family Pathways will be featuring special content across its online platforms. There will be a live Q&A with Director of Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services Lori Quist on Facebook (date TBA.) We will be remembering the lives taken by domestic violence through our virtual Memory Wall throughout the month. We will hear from survivors, take a closer look at what Family Pathways’ advocacy work means, and see what daily life is like at the Black Dog Hill Emergency Shelter. This and more can be found at FamilyPathways.org or by following Family Pathways on Facebook.