Domestic Violence

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On the September 29th edition of Your Call, Flyaway Productions’ choreographer Jo Kreiter joins us to discuss her latest piece, Grace and Delia are Gone.

Special program for Valentine's Day -- Prevention of Domestic Violence. Guests: BJ Fadem, Specialist in California Family Law certified by the California Board of Legal Specialization;  Alisha Ankers, Family Law Trial Advocate in North Dakota and Minnesota, certified by the  National Board of Trial Advocacy; Rosanna Figueroa, Liaison for the Domestic Violence  Response Team of La Casa de Las Madres in San Francisco; and Judge Eugene Hyman (retired) of the Superior Court of California. 
Listeners with questions for Chuck and his guests, please call toll-free 1-866-798-8255. 
 

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Domestic violence

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Just over 36 years ago, there was nowhere a victim of domestic violence could go for help here in the Bay Area. So a group of women banded together to start La Casa de las Madres, California’s first domestic violence shelter and the nation’s second. Today The Home of the Mothers, as it translates in English, offers a range of crisis and intervention services, including an eight-week emergency shelter and a 24-hour crisis hotline – all free of charge.