Helping the Victims of Domestic Violence Jane Clayborne, Director of Community Relations for The James House 30 October 2016
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artist: Jane Clayborne, Director of Community Relations for The James House
title: Helping the Victims of Domestic Violence
album: Special Speakers
year: 2016
genre: Sermon (id None)
October is the nationally recognized "Domestic Violence Awareness Month".  As a church, we support organizations that help the hopeless and helpless.  The James House is recognized throughout Virginia as a top organization to help victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.  CBF has had a long-standing relationship with The James House, and today hears fromJane Clayborne, the Director of Community Relations.  Jane has spent years with the TJH, and gives a clear explanation of just what TJH does and how we, as individuals and as believers can help those in danger of violence and need support and guidance in how to change their lives from being a target to being back on even footing.   Please watch the videos TJH has produced to share the stories of those who are served by The James House at   804-458-2704, ext 2775, for information  TJH location:  6610 Commons Drive, Suite C, Prince George, VA 23875  Copyright 2016   All Rights Reserved


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