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19 Jul A Word from Mark

Dear Friends of WTLC, I hope everyone survived the extreme heatwave that swept through Southern California in recent weeks! Living in Orange County for the past 25 years, I don’t remember ever feeling that close to the sun, but it did remind me of the summer...

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22 May Preventing Violence: Points of Access

Understanding that violence is preventable and not inevitable is the key to change. The CDC uses a social-ecological model to frame its efforts. Working from the individual, relationship, community, and society in efforts to decrease and ultimately prevent violence.  For WTLC, preventing Intimate Partner Violence...

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26 Apr You Make the Difference!

By Gigi Tsontos, LCSW, MPA Chief Executive Officer, WTLC As WTLC works to END THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE AND EXPLOITATION, your investments have allowed us to keep families together by including the furry babies, increase access to counseling services, ensure access to victim's assistance by meeting people...

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09 Apr We Are Here For You

Victims of all types of crime—both violent and non-violent—may experience trauma, which includes not only physical injuries, but the mental and emotional wounds caused by the victimization. Sometimes that trauma is compounded in the aftermath of a crime—in the re-telling of details to law enforcement...

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27 Mar Enough is Enough

By Gigi Tsontos, LCSW, MPA Chief Executive Officer, WTLC In March we celebrated International Women's Day, participated in National Youth Violence Prevention Week, and this year we saw a National School Walkout and a March for Our Lives. The message is clear: ENOUGH is ENOUGH. Standing for...

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