Domestic Abuse Services
7.6.2015 YWCA Greenwich’s domestic violence program will be able to accommodate more victims for a longer period of time at their emergency shelters, thanks to a $2,500 grant from the First County Bank foundation.
10.16.14 October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and I'm joined now by YWCA Greenwich Prevention and Education Coordinator Meredith Gold. (Radio interview with Meredith Gold, Director, Domestic Abuse Services, YWCA Greenwich)
8.8.2014 Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, co-founder of Americans for Responsible Solutions, and the YWCA Greenwich have called on Congress to pass bipartisan legislation that protects women and families from gun violence by keeping guns out of the hands domestic abusers and stalkers.
2.28.14 Proving the power of words [we need a chorus of voices to make change happen], Greenwich, Stamford and Norwalk teens raised their voices about teen dating violence.
1.31.14 Coming up on Tuesday night at the Bowtie in Greenwich, the YWCA in Greenwich, in conjunction with a number of organizations including the Junior League of Greenwich, will present an anti-bullying event. (Radio interview with Meredith Gold, Director, Domestic Abuse Services, YWCA Greenwich.)