Willow Domestic Violence Center is marking 40 years of serving local families. We're joined by representatives from the Center who discuss Willow's and Monroe County's role in protecting survivors and helping them heal. We also talk about why rates of domestic violence are high -- is it due to greater awareness, better reporting, or a higher prevalence? Our guests share their data.
- Meaghan de Chateauvieux, president and CEO of Willow Domestic Violence Center
- Phyllis Korn, founder of Alternatives for Battered Women, now Willow Domestic Violence Center
- Vincent Butler, social worker who worked with Alternatives for Battered Women, and founder of the organization's MEN's Program