Volunteer Newsletter October 2019 “Together we can break the silence and empower lives”
Shelter and Family Visitation Center Stats: Year to Date Breaking the Silence – Empowering Lives In Shelter: Adults: 67 Children: 68 Drop- In Services: Adults: 439 Children: 308 Crisis Hotline Calls: 801
Family Visitation Center – Families Served: 43
Corn Place helped raise awareness and showed support for victims of domestic violence in our community by turning the lights purple.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month starts October 1st. Domestic violence occurs in every community, and it can only be addressed when everyone is involved. October is our month to take action and to stand up to domestic violence!!
Mitchell Area Safehouse and the Davison County Stand Up & Smile 4-H Group we would like to thank the health care community for all the valuable work they do each and every day!! Health Cares About Domestic Violence (HCADV) Day it is a nationally-recognized day to raise awareness about the critical role of health care and domestic violence/sexual assault (DV/SA) agencies to promote survivor health and safety outcomes.
Join the Mitchell Area Safehouse and wear purple on October 24th. Wear purple to show your support for survivors and to break the silence against domestic violence. Share your purple on social media and tag Mitchell Area Safehouse #Purple Thursday.
Family Visitation Needs List A supervisedvisitallows children to have contact with both parents, regardless of the parents’ relationship. The staff observes the visit between parent and child and security is provided. Most visits are one to two hours in length. Games, books and toys are available for use. Please help provide fun for our children Batteries AA & AAA Sidewalk chalk Wall Decals- encouraging quotes Tween/Teen books and games New boxes of crayons Lysol wipes Garbage bags Paper towels Playdoh Kleenex Gaming System & Games Monetary Donation Contact the Renae at the Family Visitation Center for more details: 996-8880
Super excited to announce we were the recipients of the Making Life Great Grant from Great Western Bank of Mitchell. This money is allocated for a much needed upgrade to a security system for our clients. We are so grateful!
SAVE THE DATE: November 9th Check –in 10 am Ron’s Bike Shop
SAVE THE DATE: Holiday Spirit Friday, December 6th Highland Mall
For more information: Contact: Coleen Smith At 996-6622 or email email@example.com
*Services *Stories *Successes:
The Exchange Club of Mitchell generously donated candy, chips, pop, juice, water, and other snack items. We can provide these items to the clients feeling.
Thank You to Mitchell Christian School Sophomores for helping make our Mitchell Area Safehouse Family Visitation Center an even better and more comfortable environment for families to spend time together! Students painted our second visitation room and helped with deep cleaning.
Volunteer With Us: Make a difference and give hope today. Show your commitment to our programs by joining in on the change to give clients hope. You make a difference in your own community: For more information contact Coleen by calling 996-6622 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)