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Click here to read an article published in the Bowling Green Daily News about the regional winners of the KCADV "Peace in Kentucky" Award: John Sells, Chris Cohron and Mayor Rhonda Trautman.


5th Annual Dress For Change has just finished up another successful year! During the months of October and November, a record number of women shopped in our "store" in Bowling Green. Over 200 women chose from a wide selection of professional attire and accessories that they can wear on interviews or to wear at their jobs to further their careers.

Special Thanks to the donors and sponors who made this event possible:
Bowling Green Junior Woman's Club, Macy's Logistics, CATO's, Fruit of the Loom, and Meijer.

And take a moment to read a short column about the NFL's poor handling of cases of domestic violence throughout their league.
News Democrat Leader (Russellville, KY) "The NFL's Fumble Propels Domestic Violence to the End Zone." By Lee Alcott


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BRASS thanks the Woman's Fund of
South Central Kentucky for awarding us a grant in the amount of $51,000! We are excited to use this funding to improve shelter facilities for the women and children living there.



"Under the Bridge- Legal Rights & Resources for the Homeless Commonwealth of Kentucky Region II Continuum of Care."

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Kentucky DOC now offers free mobile app to access VINE Services! The app "VINEMobile" allows individuals to use smartphones or tablets to register and be notified of changes in an offender's custody status such as release, parole eligibility or escape.



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Pictured left to right Meijer Bowling Green Store Director Bill Thompson, BRASS, Inc.
Assistant Director Pam Hurt, and Gwen Tinsley.

Special Thanks to Meijer for their generous donations to support our shelter, Dress for Change, and National Hunger and Homelessness Week.



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The Allstate Foundation's Purple Purse Challenge has ended, and we'd like to send out special thanks to all who donated and showed support for Barren River Area Safe Space. We are very excited to announce that we shattered our fundraising goal of $5000! This event raised over $6,685 for the shelter to help us continue our efforts to serve domestic violence survivors!

Our sincere thanks to the Allstate Foundation for their dedication to ending domestic violence and financial abuse nationwide. The Purple Purse Challenge raised a total of nearly $2.5 million for domestic violence programs around the country!



BRASS, Inc. is a United Way member Agency.


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WEBSITE UPDATED ON: December 15, 2014

Domestic violence services are funded, in whole or in part from federal and state funds provided by the Cabinet for Health & Family Services through a contract with the Kentucky Domestice Violence Association.

    All services are free and confidential.