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Supporting Survivors of Sexual Assault Amid a Pandemic

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Prevention Month. As we adapt to an ongoing global crisis, Empower Yolo continues to support survivors of sexual assault amidst the challenges the coronavirus pandemic has created for our community. In the U.S.,...

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How to get Involved

Empower Yolo supporters are awesome. They come to us as donors, sponsors and volunteers from many different backgrounds. They give from their hearts and donate their time and money to help Empower Yolo clients whether it’s listening on the crisis hotline, providing...

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Human Trafficking Awareness Month – January 2020

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Second only to the illegal drug trade, human trafficking is the world’s second most profitable criminal enterprise and in California, there is an increasing need to provide more assistance and care for the victims and...

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month Empower Yolo kicks off its 5th annual “Paint Yolo Purple” Month of Action campaign and highlights a special presentation with Sandra Kim, Founder & President of Everyday Feminism

Yolo County – October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. On October 1st Empower Yolo, in partnership with local businesses and organizations in Yolo County, kicked off its 5th Annual Paint Yolo Purple - Month of Action campaign. October’s Paint Yolo Purple (the...

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Empower Yolo: Investing in our Youth

Investing in our schools and the future of our local teens is very important to us at Empower Yolo. As we begin a new school year, we are hopeful the community will further support our efforts to sustain our after school youth programs in local high schools. Empower...

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Empower Yolo: Providing services for homeless crime victims

The unsheltered homeless in our community, who are often living outside in the elements, are the most vulnerable population to victimization. Not only is this a health concern for those living on the streets, but the vulnerability of becoming a victim of crime is very...

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More Stories About Empower Yolo

ArticleDate Resource
Empower Yolo Paints the County PurpleOctober 1, 2016Daily Democrat
Local Worker Co-op Promotes Empowerment and Green Cleaning October 13, 2016Davis Enterprise
Empower Yolo Expands ServicesMarch 23, 2016Davis Vanguard
Hope Happens because of YouFebruary 25, 2016Home Aid Sacramento
Empower Yolo focuses on teen dating violence and more in Davis schoolsJanuary 12. 2016Davis Enterprise
Empower Yolo merges with Center for FamiliesJanuary 6, 2016Daily Democrat
Empower Yolo & Center for Families MergeJanuary 3, 2016Davis Enterprise
Shelter expansion aids victims of domestic violenceDecember 10, 2015Davis Enterprise
‘Seven’ tells story of correcting injusticesJuly 31, 2015Daily Democrat
Empower Yolo educates Davis Parents on Sexual AssaultJanuary 15, 2015Davis Enterprise
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