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Expanded Trauma Support Groups Now Offered

May 4, 2018

The Verde Valley Sanctuary is pleased to announce expanded support groups throughout the Verde Valley.   Beginning May 1st, Verde Valley Sanctuary Victim Advocates will conduct “A Time to Talk”, Violence Based Support Groups in Cottonwood, Camp Verde and Sedona every week. “A Time To Talk” is open to all individuals who have experienced any form…

V.V.S. host’s special screening of documentary “I am Evidence”

May 4, 2018

Sexual assault and domestic violence victims in many cases have had their voices muffled. To show that there are people fighting on behalf of victims, the Sedona International Film Festival and the Verde Valley Sanctuary present “I am Evidence,” a documentary that sheds light on the number of untested rape kits in the United States…

V.V.S. Education and Prevention Department Host “Teen Maze 2018”

March 28, 2018

It’s one thing to want folks to lead healthy, informed lives. It’s another to give them the tools necessary to make those choices. Going on 11 years, Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) and the Verde Valley Sanctuary (VVS) have partnered to put on Teen Maze, an event geared to help the Verde Valley’s young…

Michael Capozzoli is Walking Across America to Raise $ for V.V.S. Pet Friendly Shelter

March 27, 2018

What: 66 year-old, Michael Capozzoli, is walking 3000 miles across America raising money and awareness for domestic violence shelters. Specifically, he is helping to raise the $250,000 necessary to build a pet friendly shelter for the Verde Valley Sanctuary, a domestic violence shelter in his home town of Sedona, AZ.   He is walking from Dana…

V.V.S. Leads Sexual Harassment and Assault Event

March 26, 2018

In light of sexual misconduct allegations nationwide, conversation and action against sexual harassment, assault and domestic violence has been taken in communities nationwide. To enlighten the community to the prevalence of these issues, Verde Valley Sanctuary will host a Sexual Harassment and Assault Workshop: What You Need to Know to Stay Safe on Saturday, Jan.…

Season for Sharing: How grants help Arizona domestic-violence victims

March 25, 2018

She still has red spots on her shins where he kicked her with steel-toed boots. Scars where she was blown from close range with a pressure washer. An air pocket left in her brain from the physical trauma of being abused for 13 years. The abuse began two years into their relationship. It came first…

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