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Savvy Women on the Importance of Supporing Each Other

In her work as a life coach, Carly Hamilton Jones has seen the effects of domestic violence. Click here to hear why she thinks Wellspring’s work is important for our community.

Brandon Dewyea , founder of the women’s network, Savvy, shares her thoughts on the important of women supporting each other to achieve their  personal and professional goals.

Many victims of domestic violence suffer in silence without ever telling anyone what’s happening in the relationship; often they maintain this silence because they’re embarrassed to admit they’re being abused by a partner. It’s not unusual for us to hear, “I don’t know anyone else this has happened to.” Actually one in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Ending domestic violence… and the stigma of it, starts with talking about the prevalence, the challenges, and owning that it’s up to all of us to  create the change to end abuse.

Many folks have told me they had no idea about the scope of Wellspring’s programs until they read the blog over the past month. So for a bit of fun, here’s a little crossword challenge highlighting info about some of those lesser known programs.


Answer Key:

Across
4. Safe
7. End
9. Dilemma
10. October
11. View

Down
1. Allstate
2. Maggie
3. Keshi
5. Broadway
6. Zero
8. Hope

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