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5,000 Lifelines to Prevent Domestic Violence Since 2003
Article on page 2 of the Oct. 26th Express.
Domestic Violence Conference
Stillwater October 20- Congressman Paul Tonko and State Senator Kathy Marchione read off some statistics on domestic violence. “One is six woman is subject to stalking ;nationally there are 10 million domestic violence calls per year; one in four is impacted by domestic violence; one in five women is and one in seven men are struck by their partner.”
Article and photos on page 2 of the 10/27 Express.
Domestic Violence Advocasy Teams with Pai’s Taekwando
Article on page 5 of the 09/29 edition.
The Express Newspaper – September 29, 2016
“Change the Culture in Order to Change the Behavior” Sgt. Ray Cordani on Domestic Violence
STILLWATER OCTOBER 28- Since 2003 the Stillwater Police Department has taken in 4,000 used cell phones. These phones are restored and given to victims of domestic violence in the area. The facts about domestic violence and its damage were the subject of the Stillwater Police Dept.'s annual news conference.
Read the entire article in the Nov. 5th edition.
The Express Newspaper – November 5, 2015
Wellspring: Hope for Domestic Violence Survivors – by J. Dugan
Wellspring, formerly Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services of Saratoga County, has been a presence in the community since its humble beginnings as an all-volunteer organization in the 1970’s. Through the years, the organization has incorporated and grown to meet the needs of area residents, educating, empowering and assisting them in getting the help that they need.
The entire article is in the February 26th issue.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Meg Myers, Director, Domestic Violence and Family Resource Programs, MACSC
(518) 664-8322 x314
Mechanicville, NY September 26, 2014…National news stories appear about the explosion of domestic violence. From professional athletes, to local offenders, domestic violence affects men, women, and children on a daily basis. Whether or not it’s referred to as battering, family abuse, or intimate partner violence, domestic violence is a physical, emotional and/or psychological behavior that one person uses to gain power and control over another in a relationship. In Mechanicville alone, a small city of one square mile, there was a 32% increase in domestic incident reports filed by police officers in 2012. Throughout the country, there are millions of stories about the abuse of real people. According to the Allstate Foundation Poll on Domestic Violence, 74 percent of Americans know someone who is or has been a victim of domestic violence.
Read the entire article in the Oct. 9th edition of the Express.