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The actors stop and start the performance to ask for audience feedback about the best ways to support a friend in an abusive relationship.Pictured after the performance of Remote Control are Tim Hoover, actor; Mary Alice Thomas, RHS Student Assistant Counselor; Amie Cazel, actor; Josh Coleman, actor; Molly O’Meara, RHS student; and Susan Herschman, RHS School Psychologist.“We are so pleased that Patti Lee will continue her work with JBWS through her service on our advisory board, remarks Patricia Sly of Chester and CEO of JBWS.Jersey Battered Women’s Service is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to the prevention and treatment of domestic violence and is based in Morris County.All proceeds from the recent Grand Tastings event will benefit JBWS services including a 24-hour helpline, professionally-staffed safe house for victims and their children, counseling for victims, abusers and their children, legal advocacy program, transitional living resource center, teenage dating violence program, and other community educational and training services to support victims and their families.The agency depends on the community for a substantial portion of its funding. Nearly 200 guests shopped for accessories, apparel, trips, home decor and more at the Autumn Auction for Hope luncheon event.The event raised more than ,000 toward the mission of JBWS.
Kareem Brown (l) of Delbarton School is glad he was invited to represent his school and feels it is “important for all boys to talk about this.” His classmate, Jordan Hubbard (r) agrees.Lee was also noted as an inquisitive, compassionate, thoughtful leader with an upbeat, can-do spirit whose generosity, vision and talent and have made a profound difference in the lives of many.Lee is the Senior Vice President Human Resources & CDO of Wyndham Worldwide in Parsippany where she engages the employees in various volunteer projects on behalf of the families served by JBWS.Though estimates of dating violence vary, one study funded by the National Institute of Justice found the following results from a sample of middle and high schools in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania: • 33% of students responding reported experiencing psychological dating abuse • 18% reported experiencing cyber dating abuse • 21% reported experiencing physical dating violence • 9% reported experiencing sexual coercion Through small group discussions and an interactive play called Remote Control by Deana’s Educational Theater, the students had the opportunity to learn about the warning signs of dating abuse and how to help.The play depicts a bystander’s response to an abusive relationship.
“Too many boys don’t know how to handle situations when they hear or see something that’s inappropriate in a relationship. September 2016 - With the full support of the JBWS Board of Directors, JBWS is undertaking its first philanthropic campaign in 15 years.