As Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to an end, our Domestic Violence Services spotlight will culminate with Jennifer Miller. Miller works as a House Manager and SAIL Specialist at Our Place, which delivers our vital domestic violence services (DVS) to St. Clair and Blount counties. In the video below, she talks about the need the YWCA fills in rural communities.
In case you missed earlier Domestic Violence Awareness Month posts, you can see previous posts here and previous DVS Spotlight videos on our YouTube channel.
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