All posts tagged: Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit

Document the Abuse, Susan Murphy Milano, Neil Schori, Sandra L. Brown

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Change Is Here, Action!

When you always do what you’ve always done, you always get the same results. Time’s up for doing things as they have been done. Time’s up for statistics to be gathered and reports to be written all the while lives are lost and children are forever changed.  Time’s up for those hired to do a job for the victims who look at it as only a job, victims of abuse need and deserve more, they need your passion! The faith based community in our country should always be looked upon as a safe haven, a place where bodies and souls can come to feel the protection of the Creator, a place where pastors have the ability to advise prudently based on the situation presented to them.  Unfortunately, this is not the case in the majority of our churches. After care of abuse victims is another area lacking in resources. Many involved in the issue of intimate partner violence don’t fully understand the nuances of the perpetrators and the inevitable harm they create. Treatment providers need …

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Neil Schori Keynote Speaker at “Take Back the Night” Event

Outspoken and passionate anti-domestic violence activist, Pastor Neil Schori, has been invited by the Will County, IL Take Back the Night event to be the keynote speaker for their October 3rd event. October is the national Domestic Violence Awareness Month and events are planned across the country to bring awareness to the pandemic of violence in the hope that it can be curtailed. Neil Schori helped create the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit working with the late Susan Murphy-Milano.  The Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit is outlined in Murphy-Milano’s book, Time’s Up: How to Safely Leave an Abusive and Stalking Relationship. Pastor Schori has been instrumental in the establishment of Document the Abuse along with Murphy-Milano’s colleague, Sandra L. Brown, M.A. of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction headquartered in North Carolina. Pastor Neil Schori has created a program within Naperville Christian Church which has been highly successful in assisting victims of violence with the creation of their personal safety plans, the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit, and, if necessary, providing safe houses in emergency cases. Through Document the Abuse and it’s subsequent certified training, Schori will bring this plan to others in the faith …

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Tracey Murphy Speaks about Susan Murphy Milano and the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit at Crime Survivors Award Event

Tracey Murphy, advocate and intimate partner violence survivor, will be speaking at the 2013 Crime Survivors Awards Banquet, sponsored by Crime Survivors, Inc. Friday, April 26, 2013 at Anaheim Marriott, 12015 Harbor Boulevard, Garden Grove, CA. The purpose of this event is to present public safety personnel from the private and public sector with awards for assisting and helping victims of crime; Bringing awareness, prevention, and survival to all of the surrounding communities while offering resources and services to victims of crime. This event is also a fund-raising opportunity for Crime Survivors, Inc. to help support our programs. All proceeds raised by this event will go directly to programs for Crime Survivors.  http://www.crimesurvivors.org/page/events/2013-crime-survivors-awards-banquet/ For several years Tracey Murphy was mentored by the late Susan Murphy Milano, nationally recognized intimate partner violence expert. Murphy assisted her in the exposure of the revolutionary Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit (EAA) described in detail in Murphy Milano’s book, Time’s Up: A Guide on How to Leave an Abusive and Stalking Relationship. Using the EAA in her own safety and escape plan, Tracey Murphy is …

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Pastor Neil Schori and Jim Glasgow Get Serious About Domestic Violence on WJOL Wednesday, Dec 12

Steve Brandy’s morning segment on WJOL 1340 AM Talk Radio, Brando’s Garage, will play host to two men standing up for the issue of intimate partner violence. Listen LIVE at 9:25am Central, 10:25am Eastern  CLICK HERE Talking to Will County, IL State’s Attorney Jim Glasgow and Pastor Neil Schori the discussion will surround the protection of women in violent relationships and what each of them are doing in their respective fields to alleviate and prevent the escalation of the violence. Before and since Jim Glasgow successfully prosecuted Drew Peterson, there is an initiative through his office to address the issue of intimate partner violence in a serious way. One of the key witnesses in the trial for the murder of Peterson’s third wife, Kathleen Savio, Pastor Neil Schori ,testified about a confessional meeting with Peterson’s still missing fourth wife, Stacy, and helped deliver the conviction the prosecutors were looking for. Jim Glasgow and Neil Schori are among the “few good men” who are willing and able to make a stand against violence in relationships, whether the …

Vito Colucci Pays Homage to Susan Murphy Milano with Re-Broadcast of Interviews

  While in the midst of writing her last book, Holding My Hand Through Hell, Susan Murphy Milano was interviewed by colleague and friend, Vito Colucci, Jr. on his weekly radio show, Crime Time with Vito Colucci. As they spoke to one another during the 2 part interview they both realized there was something special being captured. First aired in June of 2011, and timeless, Vito Colucci is re-broadcasting both hours of his time with Susan starting Sunday, November 25 and continuing with the second interview on Sunday, December 2 at 11pm Eastern time at www.businesstalkradio.net   Listen to the interviews: Part I Part II What makes these interviews so special?  Vito says, “We had no outline, no preconceived format for the shows, we just started talking with one another and afterwards talked about it on the phone. Susan and I were blown away by both the questions coming from me and her responses. Susan touched on subjects she had never talked about on air before, going deep, very deep.” On October 28, 2012 Susan Murphy Milano …