What has been happening in the news has become emotionally disturbing and exhausting for many women in our community and around the country. In response to the climate around issues of sexual violence and harassment, First-Plymouth would like to respond with a voice of compassion and hope.
The women clergy of First-Plymouth will hold a special worship service on Mon. November 5, at 7:00pm. Their aim is to use this as an opportunity to have a faithful voice of compassion, comfort, strength and encouragement for those who have feeling the weight of all that has been in the news.
Get a head start on your holiday shopping while supporting a great cause! Vendors include Pampered Chef, Francie & Finch Bookshop, Thirty-One, Tupperware, Usborne Books, and more!
Enjoy great music while you support Voices of Hope throughout the month of August at Southpointe Pavilions' Friday Night Concerts.
Looking for a job that makes a difference? Do you like helping others? Go to: https://www.voicesofhopelincoln.org/about-us/careers.html
Don't miss this opportunity to hear Tommy Spaulding, a New York Times bestselling author and leadership expert. Click on the headline to learn more or register.
Join us on Thursday, March 5 for two events to raise awareness for Sexual Assault Awareness Month: The 3rd Annual "End Rape on Campus" March and "The Voiceless" screening and panel discussion. Both are free & open to the public .Click on the headline for more details.
It’s time to register for Voices of Hope’s 7th Annual “Strike Out Sexual Assault” Bowl-a-thon on Saturday, April 7 at Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln.
This month, we focus on educating the community and youth about healthy and unhealthy relationships. Click the headline to learn more.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and Voices of Hope is partnering with the Lincoln Public Libraries to promote it among Lincoln’s teens. Throughout the month, at each public library, readers can pick up a free bookmark that highlights facts about signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships. Readers are asked to consider whether the relationships in the book they are are reading are healthy or unhealthy. The bookmarks, created by Voices of Hope, share information about healthy versus unhealthy relationships and how readers can help someone in an unhealthy relationship. We want Lincoln to know that everyone deserves a healthy relationship, not an abusive one. A huge shout-out to Lincoln Public Libraries for partnering with us in this project to help end dating violence in our community!
Our annual Shop to Stop Family Violence campaign will be held October 22 - 28. Shop at participating retailers and and you support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. All participating retailers are donating 2 percent of their proceeds throughout the week to Voice of Hope, which provides crisis intervention services for victims of relationship violence and sexual assault in the Lincoln area. Click on the headline above for a listing of all participating retailers and of our business sponsors. Or, watch for the bright pink posters in store windows that say "Shop Here to Help End Family Violence".
Check out Voices of Hope's many activities during Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October.
Check out our new website!
Today Voices of Hope launched its new website. Please check it out and give us your feedback.
Voices of Hope's 2017 Open House and Candlelight Vigil will be held on Thursday, October 12.
Enjoy great music and support Voices of Hope throughout the month of July at Southpointe Pavilions' Friday Night Concerts. The concerts are free but your free-will donation will support our services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Some great bands are scheduled for July. (click headline to see schedule of bands). We hope to see you there.
Voices of Hope will be conducting a number of activities throughout the month of April to raise awareness about sexual assault and its impact on our community. The theme of this year’s month-long campaign is “BELIEVE SURVIVORS: #EndRapeCulture” Click the headline to learn more about these activities.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT! Thanks to all of the bowlers supporting this event. We'll see you on April 8th! The public is welcome to come, watch the bowlers, purchase raffle tickets and/or take part in the silent auction.
Voices of Hope currently has openings for a full-time Enhanced Advocate and for a part-time Parent and Child Advocate. For additional information, click the headline above.
Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked in countries around the world, including the United States. It is estimated that human trafficking generates many billions of dollars of profit per year, second only to drug trafficking as the most profitable form of transnational crime. Learn more about Human Trafficking by clicking on the headline of this article.
Voices of Hope will offer our next Volunteer/Internship training on the following dates: January 21st, January 28th, February 4th, February 11th, and February 18th. Each Saturday, the training will be held from 8am-5pm. All participants must attend the entire training for successful completion. This training is available for volunteers looking to provide services on our 24 hour/7 day per week crisis line. We will also offer a limited number of Undergraduate and Graduate internships. For more information or to reserve your spot in the training, contact: Brenda@voicesofhopelincoln.org.
Voices of Hope has an opening for a Volunteer Coordinator/Advocate. The ideal candidate will have experience as a victim advocate, knowledge about domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, an understanding of crisis intervention and volunteer management. To Apply: Submit a letter of intent, resume and three references to: Voices of Hope, 2545 N Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510 ATTN: Search Committee. Deadline for applications is December 12, 2016. For a complete job description, go to: http://www.voicesofhopelincoln.org/about-us/careers.html
Voices of Hope’s 21st annual Shop to Stop Family Violence campaign will be held the week of October 19 - 25. Throughout that week, you can shop at locally-owned retailers and at the same time support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in our community. All participating retailers will be donating 2 percent of their proceeds throughout the week to Voice of Hope, which provides crisis intervention services for victims of relationship violence and sexual assault in the Lincoln area.
The public is invited to Voices of Hope’s annual Open House and Candlelight Vigil in recognition of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and in memory of lives lost to domestic violence. The two events will be held on Thursday, October 20, 2016 at Voices of Hope’s facility at 2545 N St. The Open House is from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. The Candlelight Vigil begins at 7:30 pm outside of Voices of Hope.
Voices of Hope is offering a free, introductory yoga class for female survivors of domestic abuse or sexual trauma. This beginner-level class, which is designed to introduce survivors to the healing that is possible through yoga and mildfulness practices, will be held Saturday, October 15th from 10:00 – 11:30 an at Voices of Hope, 2545 N St., Lincoln, NE. Free child care is available on-site and yoga mats will be provided. To reserve your space, please call Keri at 402-476-2110 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of us at Voices of Hope are sad to share the news that our friend, co-worker and long-time advocate Linda Gray died on Sunday, Sept. 4th, after a brief but brave struggle with pancreatic cancer. Linda was an advocate at Voices of Hope for over 20 years, which is practically unheard of in this stressful career field. Throughout those years she was a skilled, tireless, empowering and creative advocate for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Countless numbers of our clients benefitted from her advocacy on their behalf. She was also a mentor for new advocates and interns who learned from her wisdom and experience. Linda was a silent leader within our agency who we all relied on at difficult times. She will be missed terribly by all of us at Voices of Hope, as well as by those we serve.
Voices of Hope is seeking a full-time Clinical Director. This position reports to the Executive Director and has primary responsibility for overseeing and coordinating client services. This position provides consultation, individual counseling, and advocacy to clients and shares responsibility with staff for crisis line, in-house advocacy, and staff-on-call coverage.
For additional information on required qualifications and application process,, go to: http://www.voicesofhopelincoln.org/about-us/careers.html
Voices of Hope is seeking a full-time Children’s Services Coordinator. This person will supervise all of Voices of Hope’s services for children and will also participate in 24-hour advocacy & counseling for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault. Send letter of interest, resume & 3 references to: Voices of Hope, 2545 N St., Lincoln, NE 68510. Deadline for applications is 8/26/16. For more information and a link to the full job description, go to: http://www.voicesofhopelincoln.org/about-us/careers.html
Voices of Hope’s next volunteer/internship training will be held this August on Tuesdays the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th and Thursdays the 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th. Each night, training will be held from 5:15-9:30pm.
Voices of Hope Is Beneficiary of
Southpointe Friday Night Concerts
For the 5th year in a row, Voices of Hope will be the beneficiary of four of the Friday Night Concerts hosted by Southpointe Shopping Pavilions. The dates for our concerts are Friday, July 29 through Friday, August 19th. Concert goers will be asked to give a free-will donation during the concert to benefit Voices of Hope. Watch this site for additional information about how your donation at the concerts will assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Voices of Hope seeks a full-time coordinator of group services to lead support groups, supervise group leaders, and participate in 24-hour advocacy and counseling for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Send letter of interest, resume, and 3 references to Search Chair, Voices of Hope, 2545 “N” Street, Lincoln, NE 68510 by June 3, 2016. For additional information, go to: http://www.voicesofhopelincoln.org/about-us/careers.html
Check out our two new 6-week groups that are starting this month.
Voices of Hope is in need of individuals or groups who would like to "adopt" some of our families for this holiday season. If you are interested, please call Voices of Hope at 402-476-2110 and ask for Diane
Voices of Hope's annual Open House and Candlelight Vigil provide an opportunity for you to tour our facility, meet our faculty & staff, learn more about Voices of Hope and share your voice through our #IAmAVoice social media campaign. The Open House is from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. The Candlelight Vigil begins at 7:30 pm on our outside porch and yard. We hope to see you there.
You can shop and support a great cause at the same time. October 19 - 25 is our annual Shop to Stop Family Violence campaign.
Learn more about Voices of Hope's services and hear a survivor's story.
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