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Sharon Haynes

Executive Director

ASADV

HQ Phone:  (585) 232-2854

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ASADV

P.O. Box 20023

Rochester, New York,14602

United States

Company Description

ASADV has staff who support victims and survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual abuse. Services and referral support is free and available to people who are Deaf, Deaf-Blind, Hard of Hearing, and/or from Deaf and signing families (i.e. CODAs) and are resi... more.

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Sharon Haynes


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These women were: Beth Anne Metlay, Sharon C. Staehle, S. Martina Moore-Reid, Sharon Haynes, and Vicki T. Hurwitz.
Founders: Sharon Haynes, Vicki Hurwitz, Martina Moore-Reid, Beth Metlay, Sharon Staehle Sharon Haynes (2008 - 2009)


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On March 1998, five Deaf women from Rochester, New York, Beth Anne Metlay, Sharon C. Staehle, S. Martina Moore-Reid, Sharon Haynes, and Vicki T. Hurwitz, participated in a week-long intensive training program that was provided by Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services (ADWAS) the first internationally know Deaf-run agency in Seattle, Washington.
Founders: Sharon Haynes, Vicki Hurwitz, Martina Moore-Reid, Beth Metlay, Sharon Staehle


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Sharon Haynes, Interim Executive Director


deafnation.com

Gathering up her five women - Hurwitz herself, Sharon Haynes (currently the Advocate Coordinator at ASADV), Martina Moore-Reid, Beth Metlay, and Sharon Staehle - flew to Seattle for "…boot camp!," laughs Hurwitz.
Those interested in becoming advocates must go through 72 hours of training - provided by Advocate Coordinator Haynes - on domestic violence and sexual assault, such as rape, incest, stalking, inappropriate workplace conduct, and much more.


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