October 4, 2021
Luncheons begin at 11:30 a.m.
The Program / Meeting begins at 12:30 p.m.
Artemis Center for Alternatives
to Domestic Violence.
Speaker: Kelly Sexton, Director of Development
What is Artemis Center? Dayton’s Domestic Violence Resource Agency has been in operation for over 35 years. Artemis Center operates the Montgomery County Domestic Violence 24/7 hotline, they provide services free of charge to the Dayton community, and provide education and prevention services as well. This program will cover a brief history of the organization, a description of services and some facts and current stats about Domestic Violence.
Chairperson for the Day: Marsha Tolle
More information about Artemis Center:
Artemis Center was established in June 1985 in Dayton, Ohio. Its founders realized that victims fleeing domestic violence, in addition to needing a safe place, need help and guidance through the often confusing and sometimes intimidating legal system. Victims also need counseling about domestic violence and how it affects the individual and children in a household. If needed, Artemis provides referrals to other community services able to assist often-isolated victims. Since its inception, Artemis Center has aided thousands of victims and their children in the Dayton Area.