Ask Amanda: Does Having Money Keep You Safe from Abusers?
WomenSV CEO Ruth Patrick celebrates receiving the Jefferson Award for public service from CBS/KPIX
DomesticShelters.org - February 13, 2019
Domestic abuse doesn’t discriminate because of income, education level or geographic location. Abusers are cunning individuals who look for trusting individuals they can manipulate, control and gaslight, and many of these abusers have power, money, fame and influence. If anything, these factors make them even more dangerous.
Are digital devices weapons of domestic violence?
Los Altos Town Crier - January 30, 2019
Los Altos resident Ruth Patrick, founder of the nonprofit WomenSV, received the KPIX Channel 5 Jefferson Award for Public Service Jan. 16 at the Herbst Theatre in San Francisco.
Good Morning America – June 26, 2018
Survivors of domestic abuse are raising awareness of a trend where abusers use smart-home technologies to harass and intimidate victims.