Domestic Violence in Vermont: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Select Education of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session ... Held in Montpelier, Vt., on July 22, 1978

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56. lappuse - ... sections of the country as well as those who work in smaller communities across the nation. As a general trend, there appears to be a new and growing interest in "the rural issue." This development offers residents of rural communities a sense of considerable anticipation as well as a cause for alarm. Years of national neglect have contributed to a lack of knowledge about contemporary life in small towns and villages, and this in turn has resulted in ignorance about the needs of rural dwellers....
68. lappuse - ... concept of the Country Roads program. The response of the local population was excellent. Farm families, retired couples, young professionals, blue collar families and single parent families all came forward and offered to become shelter parents and join this community-based network. Each family which is selected to be a "shelter home" must agree to participate in a comprehensive training program. Although the format of the training may vary, the general topics include counseling skills, methods...
65. lappuse - ... circumstances of a young person, the family network must be strengthened. COUNTRY ROADS Country Roads, as the name suggests, is a program which was designed to serve runaway children in this rural region. The central concept of the project is the creation of a "network of supportive, helping familie-," who not only shelter and work with runaway children, but who become trained advocates for young people within their communities. The need for a program for runaway and transient youths in this...
58. lappuse - rural community" is a confusing one: it may at this point in time be a "state of mind" rather than a reflection of a standard measurement of populations collected from census data. However, two standard statistical...
12. lappuse - ... leave her home, her anonymity is less than in urban areas. Towns have only one main street, thus it is more likely a woman will encounter her abuser. Even though the woman and children are victims of a violent situation, they may literally have to remain in hiding, thus being victimized once again. The housing situation is difficult. Most women do not own cars, and therefore must live in the downtown area. Often a landlord will not rent to a single woman with children, especially if they are...
69. lappuse - September of 1976, it has provided more than 5,000 "nights" of temporary shelter to seventy-four youths*, counseling and family mediation for an additional seventy-two youths and families as well as training for thirty-one shelter parents and nineteen volunteer Roadrunners. Approximately twenty-five adults have participated in parent groups. The program has also maintained an average of 150 monthly contacts with teenagers and families throughout the central Vermont region. CONCLUSION One of the central...
63. lappuse - Abuse and in delinquency prevention work. The latter programming was the result of a grant from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration. Since that Initial period, the Bureau has expanded its range of services and has developed into a comprehensive rural agency. While the focus of the Bureau's programming is still the adolescent population, there has been a pronounced shift to include families and adults. In addition, the organization has become a community resource agency, not only sponsoring...
25. lappuse - Telephone: -»76 732H Testimonial for the Select Education Sub-Committee of the House Education and Labor Committee Family and Child abuse is a reality in our lives. The data is unclear whether tie incidence represents an actual increase greater than our population increase or a growing intolerance for abuse of children and manage partners.
69. lappuse - ... seventy-four youths*, counseling and family mediation for an additional seventy-two youths and families as well as training for thirty-one shelter parents and nineteen volunteer Roadrunners. Approximately twenty-five adults have participated in parent groups. The program has also maintained an average of 150 monthly contacts with teenagers and families throughout the central Vermont region. CONCLUSION One of the central tenets of this project is that rural communities like those in our region...
1. lappuse - Vermont today to hear testimony j from witnesses about the problem of domestic violence and the kinds of services that are provided and needed by the victims of spouse abuse. At this point, I shall turn to the gentlemen from Vermont, Mr. Jeffords, to present our first witness. (i) Mr. JEFFORDS. First, before I do that, Mr. Chairman...

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