The Hampton County Guardian - Hopeful Horizons displays flags for awareness

Hopeful Horizons displays flags for awareness April is Child Abuse Prevention & Sexual Assault Awareness month. In honor of April being Child Abuse Prevention & Sexual Assault Awareness month, Hopeful Horizons, our local child advocacy, domestic violence, and rape crisis center is exhibiting their “Flag Awareness Display” to visually represent clients who received services from Hopeful Horizons in 2016. Last year, Hopeful Horizons provided children’s advocacy, domestic violence, and rape crisis services for 1,495 survivors. These 1,495 survivors will be visually represented by flags displayed at the Hampton County Courthouse from April 17th – 20th. Along with Hampton County, the courthouses

Commitment to Excellence

Core Value: Commitment to Excellence Recently, a volunteer sent an email to one of our coordinators to express their gratitude for the free community trainings we regularly hold. As one of our core values is commitment to excellence, we strive to ensure that we are bringing the most up-to-date information to our volunteers, the community and survivors. Together, we can change lives and end abuse. When I decided to volunteer at Hopeful Horizons I had no idea how I would be impacted from the first moment of a 25 hour training program. I was introduced to people whom I never expected to encounter. I learned about domestic violence and child abuse and the statistics, but first and foremost, I

WJCL - Community comes together to take stand against abuse

Community comes together to take stand against abuse Dozens gathered in Beaufort on Friday night to take a stand against sexual abuse, domestic abuse and child abuse as part of the 6th annual Take Back the Night event. Dozens gathered in Beaufort on Friday night to take a stand against sexual abuse, domestic abuse and child abuse as part of the 6th annual Take Back the Night event. "Today I am still healing and it is things like this that is going to open the door for me to hopefully accept that that is the past and I can deal with today, just today. Just let me get through today," said Marta, a local resident and survivor of child abuse. Marta was joined by other survivors of abuse on Frida

The Island Packet - Beaufort event to give voice to survivors of child abuse, sexual assault

Hopeful Horizons will host an event Friday in Beaufort to raise awareness of survivors of child abuse and sexual assault. POSTED BY STEPHEN FASTENAU sfastenau@beaufortgazette.com An annual event planned Friday in Beaufort will raise awareness of survivors of child abuse and sexual assault. Hopeful Horizons will play host to “Take Back the Night” from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. in the Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park pavillion. Beaufort Police Chief Matt Clancy, state Rep, Shannon Erickson, Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling and Councilwoman Nan Sutton are expected to speak. The event is expected to include survivor stories, performances and poetry. Hopeful Horizons will display flags representing the

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