Voices Set Free
Freeing The Voices Of Those Living With Childhood Domestic Violence
Our mission is to empower children and families impacted by domestic violence and trauma so they are able to thrive and break the cycle of abuse. Voices Set Free offers an ongoing dialogue within the community addressing children and family violence.
" childhood domestic violence is one of the most pervasive human rights issues of our time " (UNICEF)
Voices Set Free now resides in the Family Justice Center of Washington County!
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR OUR FREE ~ Introduction to Childhood Domestic Violence Workshop
Do you know what happens to a child living in a violent home?
Learn unique, NEW TOOLS for positive transformations. Seating is limited!
June 29, 2018 ~ 9:00am to 12:00pm July 20,2018 ~ 9:00am to 12:00pm
at the Beaverton City Hall at the Beaverton City Hall
Registration closes June 22, 2018 Registration closes July 13, 2018
6/6/18 - Upcoming media event featuring Voices Set Free
Louise Bauschard and Maeve Swakhammer with Voices Set Free join Tatyana Bondarchuk on her TV show Wednesday, June 6th at 1:30 pm on Slavic Family TV.
The topic of the program is: Childhood Domestic Violence. We will be talking about trauma from childhood abuse and its effects on individuals, families and communities.
Weblinks to watch our TV show on the internet.
Telephone to call to the studio/radio during livestream is (971) 319-1130
Listen the program on the radio - Slavic Family AM1130
CHILDHOOD DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ASSOCIATION HONORS US IN MAY 2018 CDVA CHRONICLE
Toolkit Spotlight: Voices Set Free
The mission of Voices Set Free, our CDV Toolkit Spotlight Partner of the month, is to empower children and families impacted by domestic violence and trauma so they are able to thrive and break the cycle of abuse. Voices Set Free offers an ongoing dialogue within the community focused on addressing children and domestic violence, as well as the resources provided in partnership with the Childhood Domestic Violence Association through our major resources distribution campaign conducted in 2017. Click here to read the article Click here to read the CDVA Chronicle May 2018 edition
CDV occurs when a child
lives through domestic violence
in their household. This trauma manifests in lifelong physical and psychological issues.