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Executive Director
Loudoun Citizens

Executive Director
Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter

Executive Director
LCSJ/LAWS

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Behind the Brand: Vol 3: Issue 31, January 4, 2012

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"We depend on this kind of fundraising to operate," says Susan Curtis, executive director of the Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter.


Total Health: Vol 3: Issue 37, April 11, 2012

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As Susan Curtis of Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice says: "This kind of support is essential to keeping our doors open and services available to the people who need it. Without this, agencies like ours wouldn't be able to do the work they do. Wells Fargo's Days of Giving reaches out to so many different kinds of organizations."

Curtis's group, which operates the Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter, provides crisis intervention, support and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse. The organization also provides psychological and legal counseling in its downtown Leesburg location. "Our annual budget is over a million dollars, and it takes donations to keep an agency as large as ours functioning," Curtis explains.


Rendezvous: Vol 3: Issue 16, May 11, 2011

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Susan Curtis, executive director of Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice and the Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter (LAWS), was the featured speaker at the "Women Helping Women" event at the RE/MAX Premier center in Ashburn.

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Sue Curtis, executive director of Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice and Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter, offered ways concerned women can help.


Is abuse a “family value”? : Equality Loudoun

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Sue Curtis, executive director of Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/LAWS (Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter), said she's most concerned with individuals that have used divorce to escape an abusive situation.

"From a Loudoun perspective, I'm especially concerned for women who get divorced, who are now out of abusive relationships, but have children and must continue for a long number of years to have contact with the abusive person.It is at this time that many women become victims of violence and death because this [abusive] person no longer has access to abuse them," Curtis said.


Times Community Newspapers - New concern in marriage amendment debate

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Sue Curtis, executive director of Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/LAWS (Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter), said she's most concerned with individuals that have used divorce to escape an abusive situation.

"From a Loudoun perspective, I'm especially concerned for women who get divorced, who are now out of abusive relationships, but have children and must continue for a long number of years to have contact with the abusive person.It is at this time that many women become victims of violence and death because this [abusive] person no longer has access to abuse them," Curtis said."In the case of women and men who were married but are now divorced, the victim would no longer be able to apply for a protective order."
If the proposed amendment is passed, its opponents say, the Virginia courts would likely follow the example set in Ohio.
"When we help women get protective orders, there is all this collaboration that goes into it," Curtis said.
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Curtis also spoke of the effect this would have on children caught in the crossfire.

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