Fenway’s VRP To Co-Facilitate Cape Cod Support Group for Male Survivors of Domestic or Sexual Violence

The Violence Recovery Program (VRP) of Fenway Health is excited to announce its collaboration with Independence House, Inc. in launching a jointly facilitated “Male Survivor’s Support Group.” This group is for any persons identifying as men – straight, gay, or transgender – who is a survivor of domestic and/or sexual violence on Cape Cod.

The group will begin on September 29 at 6:00 pm. Anyone interested in participating can call our Cape Cod VRP Advocate Anne Burke at 857.313.6681 or Independence House Hotline at 800.439.6507, or email aburke@fenwayhealth.org or  ChrisM@indhouse.net for more information.

The Violence Recovery Program of Fenway Health provides free and confidential support for LGBTQ persons who have experienced domestic violence, sexual violence, hate crimes or police misconduct. The VRP offers services in Boston, Western Massachusetts, and on Cape Cod.

Independence House, Inc. offers resources, counseling and advocacy to address and prevent domestic and sexual violence. Independence House operates four offices on Cape Cod in Hyannis, Falmouth, Orleans, and Provincetown. Their specially trained staff is also located in all Cape Cod District and Probate Courts and provides advocacy at Yarmouth and Falmouth Police Departments, encompassing free and confidential services to adults, teens and children throughout Cape Cod who are survivors of, or affected by domestic or sexual violence.

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