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Ask The Advocate Podcast
A podcast series featuring advocates for domestic violence, abuse, and sexual assault survivors discussing critical victim service resources.
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Ask the Advocate Podcast: Domestic Violence and Its Impact on Children
Billie Jo Weyant, CAPSEA, and Angela Chew,...Read More >
Ask the Advocate Podcast: When Celebrity Abuse Makes Headlines
Billie Jo Weyant, CAPSEA, and Michelle Cooper,...Read More >
Ask the Advocate Podcast: Fighting Human Trafficking
Featuring: Jamie Beck, President and Managing Attorney...Read More >
Ask the Advocate Podcast: Episode Four
Featuring: Nicole Molinaro, President and CEO of...Read More >
Ask the Advocate Podcast: Episode Three
Featuring: Cynthia Lopez, Domestic Violence Survivor and...Read More >
Ask the Advocate: Episode Two
Featuring: Marian Volkman, President of Applied Metapsychology...Read More >
Ask the Advocate Podcast: Episode One
Featuring: Bruce Harlan, Executive Director, Women's Services...Read More >
About the Host
Learn more about Ask the Advocate Host, BillIe Jo Weyant, Executive Director of CAPSEA
Billie Jo Weyant is the Executive Director of Citizens Against Physical, Sexual, and Emotional Abuse, Inc., (CAPSEA, Inc.). She has been employed there for over 31 years and has been the Executive Director since 1994.
CAPSEA, Inc. is a private non-profit comprehensive victim service agency that provides 24 hour hotline, free and confidential crisis intervention and counseling/support to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, serious crime victims, and the homeless, plus provides Victim/Witness services, emergency shelter, Incredible Years Parenting workshops and Traumatic Incident Reduction throughout Elk and Cameron counties.
Billie Jo has also spent the last 40 years in broadcasting, starting as an apprentice with senior radio announcers at WTMX-FM and WKBI AM/FM in 1981. She received her certification in Broadcast Communication from the PA Association of Broadcasters in 1982 along with her FCC Commercial Radio Operator’s License and continues today as an, “On Air Personality” at The River 98.9. Billie Jo is the Chair of the Elk County Family Resource Network Collaborative/Prevention Board, Elk and Cameron Criminal Justice Advisory Boards, and various other boards and committees benefiting victims of abuse and crime.
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