Visions of Women – Domestic Violence Child and Youth Services

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February 2024 Success: Love Like That Event Triumph! 

We’re thrilled to announce the resounding success of the “Love Like That: The Culture of Teen Dating”. 

We would like to give a special thank you to Teaira Mack, founder of Rooted Vibrationz, Imani Perterkin, founder of  Brown Girls of Tomorrow, Bre Spaulding, founder of The Winning Platform and Tamara Turner, Recreation Program Coordinator at Booker Washington Heights Cultural Arts Center for there help and expertise. 

Several Initiatives came out of our educational event:

🤝 Community Connection: The event provided a safe and supportive space for teens to connect with each other, share experiences, and build meaningful relationships. 

🎓 Learning and Growth: Participants left the event feeling inspired, empowered, and equipped with valuable insights to navigate the complexities of teen dating. The lessons learned will continue to resonate in their lives, guiding them towards healthier and happier relationships.

Thank you to everyone who made the “Love Like That” event a resounding success – from our dedicated organizers and passionate speakers to our enthusiastic participants and supportive community members. Together, we’ve made a positive impact on the lives of teens, fostering understanding, empowerment, and love in our community. Here’s to many more successful events in the future! 

Visions of Women’s partnership with Molina Healthcare of the Midlands to donate baby items to the community for men and women with children between the ages of 0 to 18 months was nothing short of a resounding success.

This collaborative effort demonstrated the power of community support in action, addressing a crucial need for struggling families.

The donation of diapers, wipes, baby toiletries, Pedialyte, blankets, sweaters, car seats, and breast pumps made a profound impact, bringing relief to parents and caregivers facing challenges.

The outpouring of gratitude from local residents was heartwarming, as they recognized the significant assistance provided to them during a critical period in their lives.

Such partnerships exemplify the positive change that can be achieved when organizations and communities come together to uplift those in need, fostering a more compassionate and resilient society.

Thank you Molina Healthcare for this collaboration to help parents with children.

News Interview

Sophia Laico of Carolina News and Reporter interviewed with Dorlisa Adams, the founder of Visions of Women, discussing the importance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in South Carolina.

For the complete interview and more details, you can visit the link: Read more

Visions of Women 2024 Scholarship Information

Visions of Women gives a scholarship yearly to a college student who has taken the initiative to raise awareness towards domestic violence through education, support, and leadership. The student must also promote healthy relationships. We will announce our scholarship recipient.