DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION THROUGH EDUCATION
Nicole Beverly is a survivor of Domestic Violence, Stalking and multiple attempts by her ex-husband to hire people to kill her from prison. She is a loving Mother of two sons, Myles and Carter and is a Master’s level professional. Nicole has her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work and Certifications in School Social Work, Suicide Prevention and Trauma Therapy.
Nicole and her story of survival have been featured on Inside Evil with Chris Cuomo Episode: Until Death Do Us Part, Huffington Post Live, NPR, multiple news articles and interviews. Nicole firmly believes that the only way to reduce domestic violence is by educating our young people on the red flags of abusive relationships and equipping them with the skills to avoid and escape unhealthy relationships. The ENOUGH Initiative also seeks to empower victims of domestic violence with the skills necessary to avoid re-vicimization.
Through The ENOUGH Initiative she also seeks to change societal view points and understanding about Domestic Violence by spreading awareness and advocating for victims and survivors in legal, political, educational and social settings.
Nicole Beverly- President
Sally Szilagyi- Vice President
Miriam Pedrys- Treasurer
Lamont Martinez -Secretary
The ENOUGH Initiative seeks to create awareness and change in societal viewpoints about domestic violence. ENOUGH provides Domestic Violence education and prevention programs to schools, youth groups and other organizations as well as support for victims. Here are just a few of the reasons that The ENOUGH Initiative views prevention programs as crucial in reducing rates of domestic violence and stalking...
Your support and contributions will go directly to Domestic Violence Prevention and Education Programs at High Schools and Colleges as well as Victim Empowerment workshops and retreats to help victims and survivors avoid future abusive relationships!