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Healthcare providers have a unique opportunity to screen for Intimate Partner Violence. The film “Ask Me” demonstrates the importance of Universal Screening which has been proven to be effective and save lives. Listen to the WFVA radio interview: Empowerhouse discusses “Ask Me”Watch the film now on Youtube: “Ask Me”.

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We are humbled and amazed by the generosity of our community!
community-give.resultsTeam Empowerhouse at midnight after meeting our goal of $80,000!

Thank you for helping Empowerhouse raise $80,068 in donations PLUS $23,500 in cash prizes from The Community Foundation and their sponsors through The Community Give. Each of your gifts put us closer to winning cash prizes. We couldn’t have done it without the 324 people who made a donation.

We are thrilled to dedicate $55,000 of your gifts toward the expansion of our shelter space so we never again have to turn anyone away.

The overwhelming outpouring of support for the needs of domestic violence survivors in our community continues to inspire us to work tirelessly on behalf of the courageous clients we serve.

We sincerely thank you for being a part of The Community Give and helping end domestic violence in our area.

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kybecca Empowers the Fredericksburg Community

As the only accredited domestic violence resource in the greater Fredericksburg area, Empowerhouse addresses the needs of those who suffer in silence by providing emergency shelter, housing, court advocacy services, counseling for both survivors and their children, employment supports, and assistance in getting back on the path to safety, dignity, respect and hope. The demand for the services of Empowerhouse have unfortunately been growing – with a 76% increase in the number of women and children housed since 2009.

Beginning March 13th, thanks to the generosity of Rebecca and Matt Thomas, kybecca will feature on its menu the Pretty in Pink Cocktail. kybecca wants to help raise awareness of this critical need in our community in a delicious way. Every time a Pretty in Pink cocktail is ordered, kybecca will donate $1 to Empowerhouse. With the help of our local community, we can continue to grow so that no one in need is ever turned away.

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with a second transition house!

Empowerhouse owns a new house thanks to the Sunshine Lady Foundation. As of April 25, 2013, due in large part to many generous donations, the new Empowerhouse Transition House is now open and serving families. Call and talk with Kathy if you are able to provide a financial contribution to help keep the house running or use our Donate button on the right margin.

Empowerhouse Transition House

Rappahannock Council on Domestic Violence has changed its name to Empowerhouse, Supporting Survivors of Domestic Violence. We are celebrating this effort to help survivors move beyond victimization to healing and empowerment.
The mission, to empower survivors of domestic violence and their children to believe in themselves and build new lives filled with dignity, respect, safety and hope; and vision: to create a diverse network of community members working together to promote safe relationships, homes and communities, remain the same.  [from the May 15 2012 press release]

Telling Amy’s Story: Learn more about the devastating impact of domestic violence through the recently released documentary, Telling Amy’s Story.
Watch the Trailer  Read Susan Butta’s Review


Empowerhouse Public Outreach Office, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm

Located at 4700 Harrison Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22408      Phone 540-373-9372
Postal address P.O. Box 1007, Fredericksburg, VA 22402      Email: office@empowerhouseva.org
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Hotline 540-373-9373, toll free 1-877-734-7238