The issue of domestic violence has been around for ages and it knows no boundaries: black, white, rich, poor, children, women, men and its MO takes its form both in emotional and physical scars rendering the victim isolated, incapacitated and in shame.
CT Valley Views recently interviewed Robin, Outreach Coordinator for Interval House and Shanthi, Program Coordinator for Interval House West – we are not using last names here for reasons of confidentiality.
This interview will provide a guide to reaching a safer and better quality of life not only to those suffering the consequences of Domestic Violence, but will identify the warning signs to both the potential victim and friends, neighbors and caring citizens who wish to eradicate one of society’s most incurable ills. Too often the prey is so overwhelmingly overcome from fear for themselves or their loved ones that they endure the situation until it is too late. Watch, listen and help win this battle against domestic violence.
This CT Valley Views interview may be seen on Cox/Enfield Public Access TV Channel 15 Friday December 28th and January 4th, 2013 at 6:00 PM.
CT Valley Views is an independently produced Public Access TV show series sponsored by Windsor Federal Savings and is seen in twenty two towns on Cox/Enfield, Windsor, Simsbury, Nutmeg, West Hartford and Hartford Public Access stations.