Kelly: WCA will provide hope to assault survivors from a larger new home
On the first Valentine’s Day in the era of #MeToo, an Omaha nonprofit is offering survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence an upbeat message of love — and hope.
“Hope, hope, hope,” said Amy Richardson, executive director of the Women’s Center for Advancement. “We want to infuse hope so there’s no doubt that no matter how dire a situation may seem at the moment, here is hope and a community that cares.”
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