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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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February is all about love!


 Tuesday, February 17th, Burlington Paint and Sip Studio will be helping us celebrate love in a positive way.
 Half of all registration fees will be donated to WHBW. Please click on the link below to register.
Friends can come together to paint the "Heart Tree"
to honor and recognize how love and relationships are connected.

http://www.burlingtonpaintandsip.com/event/1190/WHBW-Fundraiser

7th Annual Zumbathon® - Be a part of our "Rhythm Nation"!


*** REGISTER · FUNDRAISE · UNITE · COSTUMES ·  DANCE! ***


Register today to reserve your spot on the dance floor!


http://www.firstgiving.com/22338/rhythmnation2015
Saturday, March 28, 2015 at Higher Ground

News & Events


WHBW Peer Advocacy Program Encourages Teen Involvement

The Peer Advocacy Program at WHBW is comprised of trained and qualified high school students that serve as a liaison between their high school and WHBW. The Peer Advocacy Program is twofold, and Peer Advocates’ duties include education and outreach and emotional support to their peers. Peer Advocates work with the Educator and Youth Advocate to […]



May 2014 New Advocate Training

The below workshops are open to all WHBW members. The full 20 hours of training are required for new direct service workers to earn Vermont “Victim and Crisis Worker Privilege.” New non-direct service volunteers need only to attend Orientation. Contact Michelle Hough, michelleh@whbw.org to RSVP. We would love to have you join us!     […]