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Java House Domestic Violence Awareness Lunch

Domestic Violence Awareness helps everyone   Java House wants Bartlett to learn more

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Joyce Parkinson, herself a victim of domestic violence, now helps others overcome the problem

Many "vendors" were on hand Friday, October 7 to raise awareness about domestic violence. The gathering took place in the large parking area next door to the Bartlett Library. Chik-Fil-A and hot dogs were served up as a delicious free lunch for anyone who wanted to stop by and learn more about recognizing the signs of domestic violence, what to do if a friend asks for help, how to help and many other important lessons that may help save a life. Java House is the sponsor of the annual event.

For general questions about domestic violence and non-emergency issues you can reach Java House by email at thejavahouse@gmail.com, or if you prefer or need someone to speak with, please call 901-262-1113.  If you are in a life threatening situation, please call the police at 911.

If you are not familiar with Java House, we would be pleased to hear from you. Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.

In brief, you should know the following about us: Java House is a faith-based, Christ-centered, program here to assist those who are in domestic violent situations within the Bartlett community.  We offer free advocacy and free referral services to counseling, legal, and other agencies as appropriate. 

Again if you are in a domestic violent situation, please don't hesitate contacting us.  Java House is a faith-based organization ready to assist you in any way we can.  We know that living in domestic violence is a horrible way to live; it really isn't living; it's existing.  We know it can be a lonely existence, and we want you to know you are not alone.  WE are here.  Be Blessed My Friend.   Jeremiah 29:11

Learn More, Know More, Do More

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Katie Bailey and Duley Stout with The Exchange Club Family Center

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Lisa Allen of Java House, District Attorney Amy Weirich, and Karen Cook stop for a picture

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Informational Vendors lined the parking lot

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Damarius Coleman represented Memphis Area Legal Services

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One of the guidance councelors from Bolton was on hand to enlist particpants for Ashley Scott 5K

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Karen Cook, Danielle McCollum and Leslie Fouche were working the DA's booth

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Bartlett Patrolman Anderson was handing out flyers that will be given at domestic violence calls

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Shuntea Price works for the Mid-South Sexual Assault Resource Center



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