Jen Hutton, the CEO of Women's Crisis Services of Waterloo Region talks to Bob Jonkman about the services offered, the process of getting support, and the podcast She Is Your Neighbour.
The interview starts at 4m45s.
- Website: https://wcswr.org/
- Twitter: @WomensCrisisSWR | Twitter
- Facebook: Women's Crisis Services of Waterloo Region | Facebook
- Instagram: @womenscrisisswr | Instagram
- YouTube: womenscrisisSWR | YouTube
- Phone: +1‑519‑741‑9184 (Business Number)
24 Hour Support Line
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The Women’s Crisis Services Waterloo Region is holding their Gift of Hope campaign during the holiday season. By donating to Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region you are providing essential services to women and children who have experienced domestic violence and come to WCSWR for support. Donate today!
Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-12-14-episode071.mp3 (56.2 MB, 58m30s, episode 071)
|0m00s||Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc||Steve Todd||CKMS Community Connections|
|0m46s||Christmas Changes||Taylor Davison||single|
|4m45s||How Bob came across WCSWR looking for podcasts on WR Dashboard; Jen Hutton explains what Women’s Crisis Services is and does; statistics on domestic violence; the kinds of abuse that women suffer; listing the 24 Hour Support Lines: Kitchener-Waterloo: +1‑519‑742‑5894 or Cambridge: +1‑519‑653‑2422, both available to rural townships as well; how to access shelter support; better to prevent domestic abuse from happening in the first place;|
|20m26s||All I Want For Christmas Is You||I, The Mountain||(single)|
|24m58s||What happens when someone calls the 24 hour support line; receiving calls from family and friends; planning, and things to consider when leaving; what a shelter is like — hotel style, communal dining area; staying at the shelter until housing is available; working with community partners like thrift stores and food banks; providing outreach support after moving out; a network of shelter support services across Ontario;|
|39m01s||Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (Softtone Remix)||Astrocolor||Remixes for Christmas|
|42m10s||Talking about the She Is Your Neighbour podcast, hosted by Jenna Mayne; origins of the podcast; introducing episode 3: A Childhood Experience of Domestic Violence with Chris Linklater|
|46m49s||A Childhood Experience of Domestic Violence with Chris Linklater||Women's Crisis Services of Waterloo Region||#She Is Your Neighbour (WCSWR)|
|55m45s||Discussing the podcast episode; contact information for WCSWR.
Bob gives the end credits.
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