Help End Violence in Glendale.
Did you know that approximately 40% of California women have experienced physical intimate partner violence in their lifetimes, according to the California Women’s Health Survey? That adds up to more than 4.5 million women in California with a history of physical violence and that statistic doesn’t account for men’s experiences with violence or adults and youth who have experienced other forms of abuse: emotional abuse, sexual abuse, financial abuse, technological abuse and spiritual abuse.
Our Prevention and Education team partners with parents, students, community groups, business and faith communities all over Glendale and Los Angeles County to help build awareness to issues affecting survivors of violence and their children. Together, we can help end domestic violence.
What We Do
We offer a range of free trainings, presentations, activities and workshops that help build awareness of domestic violence issues. Because of the diversity of our partners, each training and workshop is catered to meet the unique needs of each audience.
We also support local community events, health and wellness fairs, school events and many more through tabling and presentations about our services.
YWCA Glendale offers our 40-Hour Domestic Violence Counselor Training twice a year to staff, volunteers and community members who are looking to better understand the experiences of survivors of domestic violence and their children.
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