May 2017 Newsletter

VOICe has a new look! Don't worry, we still offer the same free and confidential services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes.

For more information about VOICe's services, please call our 24-hour hotline at 1.800.400.8551, or visit our website .

What happened in April?
Advocacy Day

We visited the Capitol Building last month t o spread awareness of the efforts of domestic violence and sexual assault programs across Pennsylvania. As a collective, we met with our senators and representatives to advocate for level funding for these life saving services and ask for their support of important bills that will protect survivors and bring justice to our community.

Thank you to Senators Don White, Scott Hutchinson, and Elder Vogel Jr. for meeting with us during PCAR and PCADV's 2017 Advocacy Day. They listened to our concerns and started the conversation.

We're proud to be part of this movement and proud to stand next to the strong women and men trying to end sexual and domestic violence every single day.
Clothesline Project

Butler Community College hosted their first Clothesline Project this April. With the help of Slippery Rock University's Clothesline Project, BC3 was able to begin their own collection!

This project is for anyone directly or indirectly impacted by sexual violence. Students were able to decorate their own t-shirts displaying healing and supportive words for survivors.
Denim Day in Diamond Park

Each year, we wear denim to prove that it's not about what we wear. We wear denim to support all those that came before us who were never taken seriously. We wear denim to let the world know that we're still here, and that we're not going anywhere.

Thanks to Pennie's Bake Shop and Espresso Bar, we were able to hand out free coffee and cupcakes throughout the morning while spreading the message behind Denim Day.

The story behind Denim Day
What's New?
Make a Difference
Volunteer at VOICe

There is only so much our staff can do without help from dedicated, compassionate members of the community such as yourself.

Every hour you can give, and every task you can help us complete, helps survivors in Butler County. No matter how big or how small your actions, YOU make the difference.


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Join Our Board

VOICe is looking for local residents interested in shaping the social change of our community. The agency operates with several standing committees. Each committee is an integral part of agency operations and is in need of talented members like you!

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    Victim Outreach Intervention Center  
111 South Cliff Street, Suite 1A
   Butler, PA 16001  
  Butler Office: 724.283.8700 
    Outreach Office: 724.776.5910 
    24-Hour Hotline: 1.800.400.8551