The countdown to CAPSEA’s Cupid Cupcake Competition has begun and we’re inviting all Elk and Cameron County residents to submit their best and most beautiful cupcakes for a friendly community-wide fundraising competition.
WHAT'S NEW WITH CAPSEA
Stay up to date on all things CAPSEA. We'll share updates on everything from upcoming events and job listings to recent blog posts and third-party resources.
Learn more about CAPSEA’s DVAM programs and how you can help spread awareness and hope!
CAPSEA’s ‘Leave the Lights On’ fundraiser is dedicated to raising crucial funds for the operational sustainability of our emergency shelter.
CAPSEA welcomes Amanda Tyler to the nonprofit’s team as the new Medical Advocate.
Billie Jo Weyant, CAPSEA, & Barbara, PCAR discuss the impact medical advocates have when providing survivors the help they need after a traumatic event.
Billie Jo Weyant, CAPSEA, and Kara Wasser, CEO of OhanaLink discuss how secure communications and virtual connectivity is critical for victims of domestic violence, especially those in rural areas who may not have reliable transportation or may live far away from their nearest agency.
Critical Incident Stress Integration & Support (CRISIS) training provides the knowledge and skills required to use this person-centered, step by step process.
Past CAPSEA client (and now current CAPSEA employee) Sherrie shares her story and how CAPSEA was there for her when she needed them.
CAPSEA is hiring a Shelter Manager to oversee the staffing and maintenance of the CAPSEA domestic violence shelter and donation center.
CAPSEA Executive Director, Billie Jo Weyant, shares her favorite moments from 2022 and looks ahead to 2023.
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