Carla's story of surviving domestic violence with help from The Center for Women and Families Sharon's story of surviving domestic violence with help from The Center for Women and Families Jane's story of surviving sexual assault with help from The Center for Women and Families
The day the violence began against their son – that was the day Carla knew she had to leave. Hear Carla's Story
Sharon never imagined she would need help, but she knew where to turn when her boyfriend began abusing her. Hear Sharon's Story
After experiencing sexual assault she looked for help at The Center.
Hear Jane's Story
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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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Upcoming Events

May 17, 2016 Meet The Center
You are invited to “Meet the Center,” where we share our history, mission, and current initiatives and help you find a way to connect with us. Join us on Tuesday, May 17 for breakfast at our Joan E. Thomas Campus from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. RSVP to Yvette.Bentley@cwfempower.org or call 502.581.7253. 927 S. 2nd Street, The Center for Women and Families Women of Distinction Conference Room located directly off the Front Lobby
May 18, 2016 Meet The Center
Join us for lunch and learn more about The Center. Staff gives an introduction to the history, mission, current initiatives and vision of The Center. If you are considering volunteer or philanthropic opportunities or simply are intrigued, you are welcome to attend.  RSVP to  Kara.Brown@cwfempower.org.
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Locations

The Center for Women and Families serves 9 Kentuckiana counties at 5 regional locations. Click here to find out where. Also find us on FacebookTwitter.