Womenspace has been providing programs that empower individuals and communities working to end intimate partner violence in Lane County for over 40 years. We believe each person has the right to lead a life free of violence and the fear of abuse.
October 1 – Town Hall Community Meeting – What Does Abuse Look Like? and Ways To Take a Stand Against Domestic Violence – South Eugene High School 5:30-8pm, snacks provided by Ambrosia Restaurant. Please click here and RSVP so we know how much food to provide.
You are invited to learn more about abuse and the different ways you can help create safety and stop abuse and fear in our community.
For many survivors their prison is invisible through coercion, intimidation, gaslighting, financial control, isolation, stalking and the threat of violence.
Our panelists will not only help us understand what abuse look likes, they will suggest ways in which we can take a stand against domestic violence. Believing a survivor is the first step.
Panelists: BB Beltran, SASS, Phyllis Bankhurst, 90by30, Krista Chronister, PhD, University of Oregon, Sarah Stewart, Kids First!, Evelyn Salinas, Centro Latino Americano, Brittany Luna, Womenspace, Stephen Morgan, Deputy District Attorney, and Sarah Sabrai, Department of Justice.
October 6 – Community DV101 Training (for community partners)
October 19 – Annual Benefit – Be the Hero Our Community Needs
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October 21 – 5K Wonder Run – Alton Baker Park
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Pick up your Wonder Run Bib early and then visit Off the Waffle Downtown either Saturday or Sunday for a FREE waffle or $3.50 off your meal ticket. Don’t forget to bring your Bib!
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Volunteer with our crisis line, youth program, community education and outreach team, or front desk crew.