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House of Ruth hopes work with Ravens will prompt more domestic violence workplace policies

By: Lorraine Mirabella

The panels on the stand-up display feature the words of a dozen women who survived domestic violence, telling why they stayed and how they left.

Growing out of a larger effort to tackle domestic abuse — or intimate partner violence — as an issue affecting health and safety in the workplace, Kaiser Permanente sends the display, featuring the stories of its employees, around to its medical centers.

The project aims to “to open up a conversation, to let employees and members know they’re not the only one who may be experiencing domestic violence,” said Ann Jordan, program manager for women’s health at Kaiser, which offers domestic violence prevention programs to employees, including on-site services, referrals to community services such as shelters and training to recognize signs of abuse.

 

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