Get Involved

  • Educate yourself and your community about the dynamics of power and control in intimate relationships.
  • Listen without judging when a victim/survivor reaches out to you.
  • Speak out when you see or hear abusive language/behavior. Don’t collude in put-downs, jokes, threats, and other efforts to control women.
  • Support programs that provide life-saving services to survivors and/or work to end violence.

*adapted from the work of Jackson Katz

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How Can I Become a VOW Member?

You can join: If you were in an intimate-partner-violence relationship and want to make changes in the system. If you grew up in a home where intimate-partner violence existed and want to make changes in the system. You can become…

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Thank you for your request. In order to search for a speaker(s) and adequately prepare, we require one month notice. Be aware that a search can take two weeks.

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Things You Can Do

To build power in our community, we have to build the leadership and organizing skills of domestic violence survivors. VOW accomplishes this though various training programs for new and active members. These programs focus on community organizing, political education, and…

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