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Since 1971, WISE has been the only organization dedicated to providing crisis advocacy and support for people and communities impacted by domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking within 23 communities of the Upper Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont. WISE offers a confidential and free 24-hour crisis line, peer support groups and workshops, emergency and transitional shelter, safety planning and in-person advocacy at hospitals, police stations, court houses and other social service agencies. WISE provides essential immigration legal services and works with youth, professionals, and the community to develop culturally relevant community education and comprehensive prevention strategies. WISE is committed to engaging everyone in learning to recognize and eliminate the root causes of violence.

Mission: WISE leads the Upper Valley to end gender-based violence through survivor-centered advocacy, prevention, education and mobilization for social change.

Vision: A world of freedom, justice, equality and dignity where all thrive.

HOURS: Advocacy and support is always available 24-hr 866-348-9473; Program Center: M-F 8:30 am-4:30 pm *currently by appointment only due to Covid;

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Youth Violence Prevention Educator
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
The WISE Prevention Education Program (PEP) facilitates programming to end gender-based violence across the Upper Valley of NH/VT. WISE has provided evidence-based prevention programming in schools for over twenty years. Our education grounded in a feminist and public health informed theory of change that invites every person to join us in ending violence. The Youth Violence Prevention Program ...read more
Contact: Kate Rohdenburg
Phone:(603) 448-5922
Fax:(603) 448-2799
Family Violence Prevention Coordinator
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
The Family Violence Prevention Coordinator is a part of WISE’s Advocacy Team, responsible for providing sophisticated, well-coordinated advocacy for people impacted by gender-based violence. In collaboration with the NH Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF), this position specializes in working with families experiencing the co-occurrence of child abuse and domestic violence. The ...read more
Contact: Kate Rohdenburg
Phone:(603) 448-5922
Fax:(603) 448-2799
Program Advocate
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
WISE Advocates are integral to our mission of leading the Upper Valley to end gender-based violence. Program Advocates are responsible for providing sophisticated, well-coordinated advocacy for victims of gender-based violence, their family, friends, and communities. Advocates build and maintain relationships with survivors, community organizations and institutions to best meet the needs of ...read more
Contact:
Phone:(603) 448-5922
Fax:(603) 448-2799
WISE Multidisciplinary Interview and Training Center (MITC) Coordinator
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
Position Overview: The Coordinator works on all aspects of the three prongs of this grant-funded Project. The priority areas are: providing trauma-informed forensic interviews for victim/survivors of gender-based violence prioritizing felony-level domestic violence in northern Windsor County; building capacity in law enforcement to respond to misdemeanor-level domestic violence in northern ...read more
Contact: Abby Tassel
Phone:(603) 448-5922
Fax:(603) 448-2799
Community Prevention Educator
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
  The WISE Prevention Education Program (PEP) facilitates programming to end gender-based violence in 23 towns across the Upper Valley of NH/VT. PEP represents WISE through its public messaging, outreach, events, professional development, and community opportunities. The right candidate has experience creating and facilitating trainings, workshops, and events geared towards adult learning. This ...read more
Contact: Kate Rohdenburg
Phone:(603) 448-5922
Fax:(603) 448-2799

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