You are not alone. For almost 50 years, WISE has supported survivors in times of stress and crisis. Our highly skilled advocates are able to respond and adapt to whatever circumstances arise. Even during these unusual and uncertain times, we remain in full support of survivors and committed to you. Although the Program Center is temporarily closed, our 24-hour support remains firmly in place. We are still available to you and your loved ones. We are adapting and adjusting, and we are here for you as always. On those inevitable days or moments when you are not feeling particularly strong, please know that we are here for you every hour, every day. Call the crisis line or chat with us online. You do not have to be in crisis to reach out to us.
Our WISE educators have created a number of WISE activities for teachers, parents, and students to supplement their home lessons. Check them out in Prevention.
WISE leads the Upper Valley to end gender-based violence through survivor-centered advocacy, prevention, education and mobilization for social change.
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