CFVC Recognized by Consulate General of Mexico

CFVC Multicultural Program Coordinator, Pilar Sarmiento, was recently recognized by the Consulate General of Mexico for her participation in their Domestic Violence Awareness Programs during October.  Pilar presented information to the Consulate about Domestic Violence in Immigrant Populations.

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It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

This Saturday, we were joined by the Young Democrats of Etowah High School for Christmas ornament decorating.  The Young Dems assisted children living in our Shelter and Transitional Housing in creating special ornaments which will be hung on the CFVC Christmas Tree in the local library. You will be able to check out these tiny…

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2013 Candlelight Vigil

On October 8, 2013, as in years past, we came together to honor the victims and survivors of domestic violence and to remember those who lost their lives to this devastating and destructive crime at our Candlelight Vigil. Individuals who lost their lives in our county in the last six years stood as silent witnesses…

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2013 Candlelight Vigil

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Please join us in remembering those who have lost their lives to Domestic Violence this past year, and honoring survivors of abuse, at our annual Candlelight Vigil.  This moving, community event will take place on Tuesday, October 8th at 6:30PM at the gazebo in Cannon Park, in downtown Canton.

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D.J. Elrod Candlelight Vigil

There will be a candlelight vigil in remembrance of D.J. Elrod, a 2012 domestic violence homicide victim from our community, held tomorrow at the gazebo in downtown Canton.  We hope you will show your support to ending domestic violence through your attendance at this event, which will feature CFVC Executive Director,  Meg Rogers, as a…

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