September 20, 2021

Thank You

Thank You For Joining YWCA For Our From Survive to Thrive Series

It is our hope that you walk away with a deeper sense of what survivors go through, what resources are available, and how you can help.

Change Requires Action From All Of Us

Domestic Violence is a community issue that requires a community response. Chances are that someone you know is or will be impacted by domestic violence. Thank you for taking time to learn more about the complexities of intimate partner domestic violence and what you can do to help make a difference.

Challenge Those In Your Network To Join You

Consider moving through YWCA Spokane’s Survive to Thrive Educational Series with your family, friends, or co-workers.  Setup a discussion group to talk more about what you learned and what you can do to help in the future. Below is a recap of the topics discussed, using Maslow’s model of human needs as a framework.

This series also revisits previous educational series shared this year including our 14-Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge as well as our Prevention At Home Series.

Thank You To Our Incredible Team!

Many staff members, community members, and caring organizations came together to bring you this impactful series. We hope that the From Survive to Thrive Series inspires you to join us in our work and mission at YWCA Spokane of eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.

By: Rachel Dannen

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