Cereal drive benefits Domestic Violence Service Center|
DVSC helps victims of domestic violence in Luzerne and Carbon counties by providing free and confidential services, including emergency shelter, transitional housing, a 24-hour hotline, safety planning, supportive options counseling, and assistance in filing for Protection from Abuse Orders. DVSC staff member Tammy Rogers was on hand for the presentation.
Members of the Misericordia University Staff Council recently held a cereal drive to benefit the Domestic Violence Service Center. Participating in the donation, from left, are council members Emma Mulhern, custodian, facilities; Gail Wyberski, cataloging specialist, Mary Kintz Bevevino Library; Michael Hilstolsky, technician, information technology; Tammy Rogers, DVSC volunteer outreach coordinator; DVSC; Alexandra Przewlocki, staff accountant; Lisa Malcolm, advancement support manager, development; Emily Travers, DVSC intern; and Rachel Oberg, assistant director, admissions. Missing from photo are Bruce Riley, assistant director, Student Success Center; Joan Yamrick, interlibrary loan specialist, Mary Kintz Bevevino Library; and Vicki Austin, director, Ruth Matthews Bourger Women with Children Program.