Day 11: Follow Kentucky Organizations That Support Survivors
Liking and following partners in the mission to end intimate partner abuse is a great way to engage in the mission and advocate for survivors. We hope you already like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. And here are some of the organizations we follow. What organizations and businesses committed to ending intimate partner violence did we miss? Leave a comment to let us know.
A grassroots, all-volunteer women’s advocacy and philanthropic group serving the Bluegrass region of Kentucky, with a particular focus on the needs of women, children, families.
Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center
An organization committed to ending sexual violence through crisis intervention, therapy, advocacy and education.
Chrysalis House, Inc.
Supporting central Kentucky women and their families in recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction.
Dress for Success Lexington
Empowering women in our community and change their lives.
Gathers and redistributes excess fruits and vegetables to nourish Kentucky’s hungry.
Planting seeds for a sustainable future by providing families in Central Appalachia with the tools to grow nutritious food.
Heart of Kentucky United Way
Promotes the common good by focusing on Education, Income, and Health in Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln, and Mercer counties.
Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Ending intimate partner violence, promote healthy relationships and engage communities through social change, economic empowerment, educational opportunities and other prevention strategies.
Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs
Promoting prevention and public awareness regarding sexual violence and related issues.
MOLLY MAID of Greater Lexington
Donating a dime of every clean to support survivors of intimate partner abuse.
The Nest – Center for Women, Children and Families offers child care, counseling services, parenting classes and crisis care in Lexington.
Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) Center
Shaping a violence-free campus at the University of Kentucky.
This post is part of our 17 Days/17 Ways campaign to take a stand against intimate partner abuse.