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InterAct’s Solace Center Offers Specialized Care for Sexual Assault Survivors (03/23/2023)

A busy emergency rooms can be a difficult place for someone who has been sexually assaulted to go for help. InterAct’s Solace Center offers specialized care for survivors in a quiet and confidential environment by a trained Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner or “SANE”.  ABC11 looks at why such skilled level of care makes such a difference.

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InterAct Embraces New Way of Giving for #GivingTuesday (11/30/2021)

InterAct has received its first-ever cryptocurrency donation, valued at nearly $20,000 from local digital artist, Phil Smith. The gift has been made through Endaoment, a 501(c)(3) Community Foundation built specifically for decentralized finance and focused on social impact.

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InterAct of Wake County is in Need of Gift Cards for Annual Holiday Bazaar (CBS17; 11/23/2021)

Each year, with your help, InterAct serves hundreds of individuals and families at its annual Holiday Bazaar event, providing hope for those impacted by domestic and sexual violence in our community.

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Urgent Need: InterAct Seeking Gift Cards for Survivors of Domestic Violence (WRAL; 11/23/2021)

InterAct needs help collecting gift cards and other items so survivors of domestic abuse can buy gifts for their children this year.

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11 Questions Used to Save NC Domestic Violence Victims (News & Observer; 10/31/2021)

InterAct spoke with the News & Observer to discuss the Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) – a series of questions used to evaluate the safety and risk of injury for victims of domestic violence.

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InterAct Aims to Break the Cycle of Violence (Spectrum News; 10/21/2021)

Ikeya, InterAct staff member and survivor speaker, spoke with Spectrum News about her experiences with domestic violence and ways she’s helping InterAct break the cycle for generations to come.

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ABC11 Conversation on Domestic Violence (ABC11; 10/19/2021)

InterAct recognized October as Domestic Violence Awareness month. Allison Strickland, chief development officer, and LaTonya, survivor volunteer with InterAct, participated in a live discussion with ABC11 about domestic violence.

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Wake County Mother & Son Advocate for Change Through InterAct (ABC11; 10/19/2021)

Jessica, and her son, Jason, join ABC11 to discuss their experiences with domestic violence and the change they hope to see in our community.

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How to Spot Warning Signs in an Abusive Relationship

InterAct spoke with WRAL about how to notice the red flags in an abusive relationship and ways you can help.

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InterAct recognizes October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month (ABC11; 10/8/2021)

InterAct spoke with ABC11 about their opportunities to engage with Domestic Violence Awareness Month throughout the month of October.

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In wake of Wilson double murders, advice from domestic violence experts (ABC 11; 9/2/2021)

InterAct’s Associate Director of Victim Services, Ryan Kelly, offered advice to other victims of domestic violence on how to seek safety and support in ABC11’s coverage of a double murder involving domestic violence. 

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InterAct Welcomes Rhonda Raney as New Executive Director – 8/26/2021

InterAct is excited to announce its board of directors has selected Rhonda Raney as its new executive director. Raney will lead the day-to-day activities of InterAct in its mission of saving lives, rebuilding lives, and securing safer futures for victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Wake County. Continue reading about InterAct’s new executive director

“Not All Heroes Wear Capes” (WRAL; 3/9/2021)

Lonerider Brewing Company’s latest release celebrates and supports the work of InterAct.

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