Building STRONGER GENERATIONS for at-risk women
Each year 4 million American women are victims of domestic violence by a partner.
13 million women living in poverty are heads of American households.
1 in 3 adult women experiences at least one physical assault by a partner.
Domestic violence crosses all lines: ethnic, age, religious, socio-economic.
In 1998 16.8% of women over 65 were poor, compared to 6.2% of men.
40% of Virginia shelter clients are homeless due to family violence.
3 women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends in the U.S. everyday.
Each year 4 million American women are victims of domestic violence by a partner.
13 million women living in poverty are heads of American households.
1 in 3 adult women experiences at least one physical assault by a partner.
Domestic violence crosses all lines: ethnic, age, religious, socio-economic.
In 1998 16.8% of women over 65 were poor, compared to 6.2% of men.
40% of Virginia shelter clients are homeless due to family violence.
3 women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends in the U.S. everyday.


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Second Chance Employment Services (SCES) is a nonprofit organization of human-resources professionals who have placed hundreds of adults in meaningful employment positions free of charge.

Our mission is to promote financial security for at-risk women and their dependents through comprehensive employment placement services.

Our beneficiaries are the abused, the elderly, welfare recipients and other financially at-risk women who seek long-term employment.

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Volcano Press is proud to announce a forthcoming book by
Dr. Ludy Green



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"By telling the stories of real women in real situations, Dr. Ludy Green not only isolates the
reasons why domestic violence victims choose to stay in abusive relationships, but
shows innovative ways in which they can move forward."
-Arianna Huffington
The Huffington Post Media Group

"Dr. Green's book speaks to the millions of families whose lives are affected by domestic
abuse, as well as those in social services, academia, government, business and non-profit
organizations interested in helping abused women regain their lives. A must read!"
-Senator Bob Dole

 

 

Dr. Ludy Green With His Highness Raja Nazrin Shah (Crown Prince). Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia

 

Dr. Green shares her views on the impact of the Superbowl on Domestic violence with Andrea Roane from News Channel 9

http://www.wusa9.com/video/default.aspx?bctid=2142126180001

 

Dr. Ludy Green at the New York Premiere of HBO documentary "Ethel" with Ethel Kennedy

 

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