WOAR’s Executive Director nominated and accepted into the Federal Bureau of Investigation Community Partnership Program.

WOAR holds 2nd Annual “Take It All Back” event in observance of Sexual Assault Awareness month in April.

WOAR holds King Tut exhibit fundraiser. WOAR trains 10 new Latina community sexual assault counselor volunteers.

WOAR Community Outreach Manager, Cristina Perez receives the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape’s “Jody Pinto Award” for outstanding work in the Latina Community. Building Blocks, an 8-week group for child survivors of sexual abuse and up to two caregivers, was designed by WOAR and copyrighted in 2008. Building Blocks was designed for children between the ages of 3 and 6 years of age. The goals of the group are to allow the children the opportunity to learn about their body and safe touch in addition to exploring their feelings pertaining to the abuse and their relationships with their support system.