Some fall techniques
by Mike Gerry
There is no time of year that you can catch fish on such a wide variety of techniques as you can in the fall of the year.
How to Recognize the Potential for Abuse
by Christina Hays
In previous articles advocates have defined “red flags” and warning signs of abuse. This is an important discussion to have because these red flags can be a very good indicator that the relationship has the potential to become abusive and even violent.
He Paid A Debt He Did Not Owe
by Terry Broome
Stories float around through the years, and they’re often repeated as parables of modern day life with spiritual application. I don’t know who first told the following story, but I had the good fortune of hearing it many years ago.
Boat houses anyone?
by Mike Gerry
If there is any time better for fishing around boat houses than the fall, I do not know what it would be. It just does not get any better than the shallow docks, boat houses,0 and property edges than the fall of the year.
The Dynamics of Domestic Violence: What everyone must know
by Rebecca Hieronymi
Several years ago, long before I became an advocate at Crisis Services, I was a victim of domestic violence. I didn’t know about resources for survivors and it seemed like no one wanted to talk about it, domestic violence was swept under the rug and only spoken about in secret. After I started at CSNA I had the opportunity to attend a conference where Retired Lieutenant Steve Searcy spoke openly about his time on the force and experience with domestic violence calls. His words resonated with me and inspired me to continue with my work as an advocate. Education is just one step in ending and preventing domestic violence, so I would like to share some of what he taught us and hope that it helps you or someone you know.