The power of the Internet recently played a critical part in domestic violence awareness. A surveillance video that exposed an altercation turned physical between a professional football player and his then-fiancee ... Read more.
The recent tragic murder of Giorgina Nigro at the hands of her husband is a painful reminder of the consequences of domestic violence. We became members of the board of ... Read more.
WOODBRIDGE – Township police found the bloodied body of 32-year-old Giorgina Cimino Nigro on the morning of July 22. But it wasn’t the first time they had been called to ... Read more.
“Project Purple: An Evening of Awareness, Education and Support for Victims of Domestic Violence,” to be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 17 at the Old Franklin Schoolhouse, aims to support ... Read more.
October 9th, 2014 |
Candlelight Vigil Honors Those Impacted by Domestic Violence New Brunswick, NJ (October 9, 2014) – Women Aware, the lead domestic violence agency in Middlesex County, New Jersey, hosted their annual Candlelight ... Read more.
The statistics on domestic violence are staggering. The Family Part is flooded with cases, consuming the time and energy of judges, hearing officers, and administrative staff, as well as police ... Read more.
The video of football player Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee had been visible barely a half-day before New Jersey’s domestic violence hotlines started seeing a jump in calls. “High profile ... Read more.
Phyllis Adams, of Women Aware, says the disturbing video has brought domestic violence into focus. "What this video does is brings to light what is hidden often and kept secret ... Read more.
April 23rd, 2014 |
Women Aware honored their volunteers through “A Night of Celebration” on April 22nd. Mayor Cahill said, “Today’s celebration is about you, the volunteers ... Read More.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Women Aware, the designated agency to support victims of domestic violence in Middlesex county, recently opened three apartment units created solely for survivors of domestic abuse...