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HOPE: The Advocacy & Empowerment Podcast

The HOPE podcast is run by a dedicated team of people, committed to helping rid the world of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence. We work for a dual advocacy center called The Women's Center, and want to spread awareness and empowerment for those impacted by violence. We hope this podcast can be uplifting, educational, and fulfilling. Please join us on this journey.

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Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM)

In this episode, Erin Frey, Rachel Brenningmeyer, and Rose Robinson-Berkman, discuss Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM). This podcast will discuss statistics, signs and signals community members can watch out for, and how to go about reporting abuse.  This episode discusses sensitive topics that can be disturbing to some listeners -- listening discretion is advised. (This interview was conducted via Zoom, so all employees were properly socially distanced) The Women's Center is available to help survivors of abuse 24/7/365. Our hotline number is 1-800-334-2094. "Supporting survivors of violence and promoting a safer community."

24mins

23 Apr 2021

Rank #1

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

On this broadcast, Erin Frey and Marisa Szubryt discuss Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and how The Women's Center brings light to dark issues in the community. This episode discusses sensitive topics that can be disturbing to some listeners -- listening discretion is advised. (This interview may sound echoing and lose sound quality during some parts. Our staff tried their best to maintain social distancing, while also trying to provide adequate discussion.) The Women's Center is available to help survivors of abuse 24/7/365. Our hotline number is 1-800-334-2094. "Supporting survivors of violence and promoting a safer community."

15mins

16 Apr 2021

Rank #2

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Serving Our Community

Thank you all so much for joining us on this journey to starting our very own podcast. In this episode, our prevention educator Carlee Coplea will discuss what services The Women's Center offers in the Southern Illinois community, as well as prevention education techniques, and insights on survivors and victims of abuse.  We at The Women's Center want you to know that if you're a survivor of abuse, you're not alone, and we are always available to help, 24/7/365.  Our hotline number is 1-800-334-2094 "Supporting survivors of violence and promoting a safer community"

9mins

9 Apr 2021

Rank #3