Knowing the Signs of Domestic Violence

Recently Sistercare’s Interim Executive Director, Leah Wicevic, spoke with WIS about Sistercare’s range of services and about the warning signs of domestic violence. Click here to watch the interview, and here to learn more about signs and ways to help a friend or relative experiencing domestic violence. Read More

Sistercare Welcomes New Director of Development, James E. Cooper

Sistercare is excited to announce that James E. Cooper is now serving as Director of Development.  Mr. Cooper comes to Sistercare with a wealth of knowledge and a deep passion for serving survivors of domestic violence and their children.  In addition to the professional experience he brings, Mr. Cooper… Read More

COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence

by Ann Kita Sistercare Executive Director COVID-19 has had a significant impact on all of us. Twenty-four months later, we have had to adapt to a global lockdown and navigate our days based upon the current conditions in response to this unprecedented pandemic. Despite the multiple ways individuals have had… Read More

No Four-Legged Family Member Left Behind

When you and the family pet need to escape violence, where can you go? By Animal abuse and domestic violence are intricately, and sadly, linked. According to the Animal Legal Defense Fund, abusers of animals are five times as likely to harm humans, and nearly half of the survivors… Read More

Sistercare Provides Community Education and Training

Sistercare offers numerous services not only to domestic violence survivors , but to the public as well.  Presentations are offered by a Sistercare trainer to victim service providers, volunteers, and the community on the issues of domestic violence and Sistercare’s services.  A Sistercare trainer along with members of our volunteer… Read More