Refuge House Unveils Exciting New Format for Annual Golf Tournament

Refuge House will be holding the 21st Annual Golf Tournament with a new and exciting format this year in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month!  The Social Distance Classic, a revolutionary new format,allows golfers to show their support for Refuge House by paying their tournament fee and completing their round anytime from October 1st through…

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We Know Prostitution Hurts and We’re Here To Help You

WE KNOW PROSTITUTION HURTS June, 2020 VOLUME 1, ISSUE 2 This information highlights the experiences faced by prostitution survivors. Included is an overview of services offered by Refuge House to help survivors get out. Also, there are two quotes from women who escaped prostitution and now are living free! HOW DO WE LEAVE? So how…

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Helping Sexual Assault Survivors Heal From Trauma

April 10, 2020 Trauma, Fear and Uncertainty by Brandi Turner Trauma is an event that can occur in a sudden and forceful way or a powerful threat that can occur over time, affecting one’s ability to cope. It can be an event that you experience, an event that you witness, or an event you only…

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During COVID-19, We’re Still Here To Help

April 3, 2020 April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. During Pre COVID-19 years, the Refuge House and the Taylor County S.T.A.R.T. (Sexual Trauma and Assault Response Team) would host a community event to bring awareness to sexual assault and a survivor speak-out. This year is going to be a little different. During the month of…

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We’re Here For You

Refuge House is always available to assist survivors of domestic and sexual violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The challenges of dealing with the coronavirus has added another layer of danger for victims, who have found traditional methods of outreach to  connect with programs and services through our agency limited as they navigate remaining in close…

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