Hosts: Molly Maid of Chapel Hill &
Ms. Molly Foundation
Molly Maid of Chapel Hill has been actively involved in supporting domestic violence awareness, prevention and aid to victims in our community since 1999. The Ms. Molly Foundation was formed in 1996 to offer a way for Molly Maid businesses across the country, to become actively involved in local domestic violence agencies.
Don and Kathy Rice, owners of Molly Maid of Chapel Hill, are passionate about their commitment to support domestic violence agencies in our community. It’s a perfect fit for a Molly Maid business that employs mostly women. Dave and Mary Dickinson are on the Board of Directors of the Ms. Molly Foundation. They have been the catalyst for expanding participation in the Ms. Molly Foundation by over 500%.
Hosts: Lisa and Brian Goldstein
Brian is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for UNC Hospitals. Lisa recently trained as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner for UNC Hospitals and is also a practicing artist.
Brian and Lisa believe in the work of the Beacon Program to end the cycle of family abuse. All people, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, age, socioeconomic status, or sexual orientation should be free from abuse.
UNC Hospitals' Beacon Child and Family Program
101 Manning Drive, CB #7600 Chapel Hill NC 27514 US
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The University of North Carolina (UNC) Hospitals Beacon Child and Family Program provides comprehensive, coordinated care to UNC Health CareSystem's patients, families, and employees experiencing a variety of family violence. It includes services for children, victims of domestic abuse, human trafficking, workplace violence, sexual assault, and the elderly. The program provides medical and psychological assessments, counseling, and education for patients. Any patient who has experienced fear, physical danger, threats, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, or other violence is eligible. Services are provided at UNC Hospitals, its satellite clinics, or over the phone.
Our Goal: To provide services that help break the generational cycle of family violence and to encourage caring attitudes in the delivery of patient care.