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Celebration of Service and Survival
Our largest event of the year is coming up soon. We hope you can join us on February 26 as we honor five Women of Distinction, The Joan E. Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree and survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault. For more information, event tickets or raffle tickets click here.
Phase one of construction at our main campus on Second Street is complete. Interior demolition is expected to begin in late November. To see the work in progress check out our slideshow available on YouTube at www.youtube/user/thecenteronline
- February 26, 2015 The Celebration of Service and Survival
- We hope that you will join us at The 28th Celebration of Service and Survival on February 26, 2014. The Center for Women and Families largest fundraising event included dinner, silent and live auctions as well as a raffle. We will also honor the 2015 Women of Distinction - five women who have made countless contributions to the community. This year the honorees are: Pat Byron, Dawne Gee, Dr. Carol Jordan, Secretary Audrey Tayse Haynes and Dorothy Ridings. Since 1988, this celebration has honored more than 100 Women of Distinction as a way of supporting our mission to provide survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault opportunities to transform their lives, and as a result, the lives of their families and communities. The Center for Women and Families offers inclusive, multicultural services free of charge 24 hours a day, 365 days a year throughout seven Kentucky Counties and two Indiana counties. Our integrated programs address domestic violence, sexual violence and economic hardship through emergency services, legal and medical advocacy, counseling, economic empowerment and housing assistance, and prevention education.
The Center for Women and Families has temporarily relocated services from our 927 S. 2nd Street facility in order to complete substantial renovations to the building. All of our services remain available. CLICK HERE FOR TEMPORARY RELOCATION INFORMATION. There is no change in agency phone or email contact information. Interim questions about services will be answered on our crisis line. If you need assistance call our 24 Hour Crisis Line: 1-844-BE-SAFE-1.