Healing

Alexandra House is starting virtual support groups to offer survivors of domestic, sexual, and relationship violence, as well as elder abuse, an opportunity to connect and share personal experiences and feelings, discuss coping strategies, and find comfort and support during the COVID-19 crisis and the recovery that follows. Virtual support groups will be available via […]


Anything But Routine Anything But Routine

Law enforcement’s response to domestic violence should be more than an incident report By Sheriff James Stuart If citizens are asked what the most dangerous call is for our deputies respond to, they might guess a domestic. They’re right! The Department of Justice’s Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Office found that “Police officers are more likely […]


Us, Everyone Us, Everyone

Sexual assault and harassment are not the only silent epidemics for women. By Mandy Meisner Blogger | Public Relations | Community Investor | Alexandra House Volunteer I thought carefully about posting #MeToo on my social media sites. Like most of the nation, I watched it dominate my feeds, sometimes with a deeply personal story, sometimes […]


Why the Women I Work with are my Heroes Why the Women I Work with are my Heroes

By Maddie, Alexandra House Intern Everyday I go to work, I am surrounded by heroes. Or rather, heroines. When I walk in the door, I know I will encounter women stronger than Superman, more steadfast than Batman, more courageous than Captain America, and a whole lot more realistic than Wonder Woman. The women I work […]