Refuge House devastated by community deaths, staff stands against brutality | By Meg Baldwin

A month has now passed since the murders of Oluwatoyin Ruth Salau and Victoria Sims. We don’t know the precise date of their deaths, because they were killed and their bodies hidden over a week that still holds secrets. Their friends and families, the people who loved them, were devastated by their loss.  Toyin Salau’s young life had already…

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…

Help domestic violence survivors by seeing their truth

Help domestic violence survivors by seeing their truth | Opinion Meg Baldwin, Published 8:38 a.m. ET Oct. 5, 2018 (Photo: Democrat files) This year, Domestic Violence Awareness Month arrives during an intense period of activism and national reflection on gender and power-based violence. For us, DVAM gives us an opportunity to show domestic violence survivors in…