DVCCC's newest initiative involves assisting our survivors after they have achieved autonomy/independence. In this, we have created this new section of our website to provide comprehensive, accessible support after survivors have moved beyond our agency's services.

Our hope is to create a sense of support and a shared understanding among a community of survivors of domestic violence in Chester County by sharing their anonymous experiences here: to instill hope in others and to let them know they are not alone.

If you are interested in writing a piece for this anonymous blog, please contact DVCCC's Data Analyst & Outcomes Coordinator, Odette Kolenky, at or DVCCC's Director of Education, Amelia Rayburn, at

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A journey through verbal and emotional abuse, is not just a mere event in one’s life. The experience is long lasting because usually the victim of this abuse does not realize that they are being abuse

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Last update: September 2020