Hamilton 24hr Crisis Lines:
• Inasmuch House 905-529-8600 • Fem-aide 1-877-336-2433 • Good Shepherd 905-523-6277 • SACHA 905-525-4162 •
• Native Women's Centre 1-888-308-6559 • COAST (mental health) 905-972-8338 • Hamilton Interval House 905-387-8881 •

Changes happening!

Just a quick note this morning:  1 in Four is going through a face-lift. The process will happen live over the next few days, so if you come to the site and things look a little confusing or just different, bear with us -- we should have it all sorted out by Thursday. If you feel completely lost and can't find that page you used to come to often you can pop us off a quick email [email protected] and we'll do our best to guide you through! Work in Progress

This Thursday's TBTN is not only an awesome public awareness event on the status of violence against women in our culture, but also a really great networking opportunity for our organization. We'll have a table and be handing out info about who we are and what we offer, with the aim of bringing as many interested parties to our site in the near future. Come out to the event and see us in person, or help hand out some flyers. We'd love to hear your feedback about what we've been doing for the site over the last year, whether it be praise or gripes!  Plus -- come out for a really good time, with great entertainment, amazingly positive crowd energy and to help be part of an important cause. Together let's reclaim the night!

Something else to look forward to coming up soon -- we've had a number of women interested in guest-blog spots on the site and we'll be excitedly sharing their posts this fall.  If this is something you'd like to do, too, please don't hesitate to contact us. It takes many voices to raise awareness and here at 1 in Four we'd love to see yours join in the choir.

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About cass

34y/o single mother of one. A survivor of Domestic Violence; an advocate for change to the current Canadian legal system -- stronger sentencing for perpetrators of DV crimes. I believe in advocacy as a means to change. I believe in using your voice to make a difference. I believe in standing up for what is right and standing up for those who can't. I believe in educating young girls and boys of the future generations that there is always a choice and that violence is not the right choice. "Be the change you wish to see in the world" -- Gandhi.
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