SAFEHOME Announces New Assistant Director
OVERLAND PARK, KAN. – SAFEHOME, Johnson County’s only comprehensive provider for victims of domestic violence and their children, has named Kristin Brumm its new Assistant Director. Brumm replaces the recently promoted Janee’ Hanzlick. Brumm is an experienced and skilled nonprofit manager, with experience in human resources, finance, fund-raising, social media marketing and program management. She has a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management and most recently worked in a leadership role with Jewish Family Services. She previously served as Executive Director of the Douglas County AIDS Project. Kristin sought a position at SAFEHOME due to her passion for serving victims of domestic violence.
About SAFEHOME For 33 years, SAFEHOME has been saving lives. Since its incorporation as a not-for-profit agency in 1980, SAFEHOME has grown from a network of “safe homes” in the community to a 45-bed shelter and comprehensive service provider for victims of domestic violence. Services include: 24-hour crisis hotline; safe shelter; transitional living; counseling and support groups for women and children; child care; bilingual advocacy, counseling and support; substance abuse assessment; Johnson County District Court and hospital advocacy; civil legal assistance; and school and community education programs. All services are free and confidential. In 2011, SAFEHOME assisted more than 6,900 survivors of domestic violence. For more information, visit www.safehome-ks.org.
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