Gov. Laura Kelly announced Friday that nearly $570,000 in grant funds have been awarded to five Douglas County organizations to bolster support for crime victims and survivor services.
The Sexual Trauma and Abuse Care Center is holding its 11th annual Show Up for Survivors event, and it will honor community members, businesses and organizations with awards for their support of survivors of sexual violence.
Messages of support, lit candles and empowering community love for survivors of sexual assault occupied South Park on Thursday evening. Community members gathered to take action for sexual violence prevention and against attacks on human rights.
Lawrence community members will join together Thursday evening to flood love and support toward survivors of sexual violence.
Five grants totaling almost $275,000 will help local agencies serve survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, rape and stalking.
Following a “lengthy interview process,” Lawrence’s Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center has named Jennifer Ananda its new executive director, the center announced Tuesday.
Beginning Thursday, the Sexual Trauma and Abuse Care Center’s offices will be closed as the center moves locations. In-person services will pause, but the 24-hour call service will remain available.
Just after the Sexual Trauma and Abuse Care Center celebrated 50 years serving Lawrence, its executive director has announced she is leaving for a new position.
The Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center honored Lawrence community members and celebrated its 50th anniversary Thursday at Venue 1235.
The Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center will host a celebration Thursday for its 50th anniversary, with drinks, mocktails, food trucks and a walking historical timeline.
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