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Women Helping Battered Women (WHBW) has evolved into the largest service provider for domestic abuse victims in Vermont, serving Chittenden County.  We believe that all adults and children have the right to live without fear of abuse – sexual, physical, emotional, or financial.

No one deserves to be abused. There are places to get help. 

WHBW’s Hotline: 802-658-1996

TTY: 802-540-2992

Or call the statewide 1-800-ABUSE95 a toll free number from anywhere in Vermont to connect to the closest Vermont Network Against Domestic & Sexual Violence member agency.

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ZUMBA_ Purple-1                      8th Annual Zumbathon®


        March 19, 2016


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SHARE YOUR STORY: We are interested in hearing about your experiences of domestic abuse. You can share your story and experiences with us anonymously by clicking here.

9th Annual Run for Empowerment


June 18, 2016 on Burlington's Waterfront


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News & Events


In-person response at the Emergency Department

Our hope with this service is to break down the fear and barrier of making that phone call and explain our services to the survivor right away and get them connected to programs more rapidly if they choose. How it Works: If a survivor of domestic violence is at the University of Vermont Emergency Department […]



Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM)! TDVAM is a national effort to raise awareness of dating violence among teens and youth adults. Nationally, 1 in 3 youth experience dating violence from a current or former dating partner. With youth experiencing violence at a higher rate than adults, it is important to take this […]