WOAR receives a $15,000 grant from Verizon for the “Building Blocks” toddler support group. University of Pennsylvania hosts two Vagina Monologue performances and donates the proceeds to WOAR in the amount of $30,565.00. Katie Rose Glickman, Vagina Monologue Producer, receives PCVA’s Outstanding Volunteer Award. WOAR holds 3rd Annual “Take It All Back” event in observance of Sexual Assault Awareness month in April. This year a community walk was added which raised over $4,000. WOAR moves to new office at One Penn Center-Suburban Station, 1617 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 1100, Philadelphia, PA 19103. WOAR unveils new website. A graduate level course for psychology students at Arcadia was designed by WOAR’s Director of Counseling Services and the Director of Graduate Programs in Counseling Psychology. Students take the course at WOAR to learn the dynamics of sexual violence and how to work with survivors in the community.