June 2014

What To Do To Keep Yourself and Others Safe From Electronic Violence

In our last article, we talked about knowing the signs of E-VAW. Now, it’s time to look at what you can do to protect yourself and others from electronic violence.

Recently, a lot of highly useful apps have been created that survivors, victims, and advocates can use in an effort to put an end to violence against women. Here are some examples:

Guard My Angel 

E-VAW - Know The Signs!

Electronic violence can be occur through phone, email, text messages, social media accounts, blogs, and any other tech-based platform that spreads information.

It can be easy to look at all this information and say, “That doesn’t apply to me.” But, in our experience, many women don’t know they are victims of electronic violence until it’s too late.

Are you experiencing any of these signs of electronic violence?

Our Tumblr page tells the story of our programs

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We know that you want to know what’s happening at Interval House. But just like your own home, it can be difficult to peek inside our rooms...

The solution? Our new Tumblr page – Owlie and Whippo! 

So, who are Owlie and Whippo?

Owlie and Whippo are Interval House’s newest residents. Like the rest of our families, they live with us, take part in programs, and go on fun adventures.

And no one was more excited to meet our newest residents than the kids!