The Domestic Violence Coordinating Council (DVCC) is a state agency legislatively created to improve Delaware's response to domestic violence and sexual assault.
The DVCC brings together all stakeholders including service providers, policy-level officials and community partners to eradicate domestic violence.
Call or write your Senator and encourage him or her to pass the Violence Against Women Act and revise the law as soon as possible. Print and sign this letter drafted by Congresswoman Gwen Moore and send to your Representative in support of the reauthorization of the Family Violence and Protection Services Act (FVPSA), which keeps domestic shelters open and provides advocacy, counseling and legal services for families in need. Donate and receive the End the Silence on Domestic Violence T-shirt seen on the show and a bracelet!
One hundred percent of the money raised goes directly to domestic violence shelters and programs across the country that provide support and a safe haven for women and children in harm’s way. Phil’s guest, Audrey, was tragically attacked and set on fire in November of 2009.
It is caused by violent shaking and/or with blunt impact.
The resulting injury can cause bleeding around the brain or on the inside back layer of the eyes.
The caregiver then shakes the child and/or hits or slams the child’s head into something in an effort to stop the crying.Wynn was hired at the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department in 1978 and he started teaching in 1982 on best practices for addressing domestic violence.In the early 1990s Wynn became the co-creator of the largest domestic violence unit in history. He is married to Valerie, an advocate, therapist, and Founder & Executive Director of the Mary Parrish Center in Nashville, a domestic and sexual violence therapeutic transitional housing program named after Wynn's mother.Her husband has been charged with the horrific crime.The mother of two says she was never physically abused by her husband … She wants women to recognize the warning signs before it’s too late.