Unity House’s Dave Warren, Director of the Domestic Violence Services Program, was featured in a Times Union article on Sunday, January 3rd.
In it, writer Paul Grondahl profiles Dave Warren and his experience in the field of services for victims of domestic violence. As the article mentions, Warren is not a newcomer to DV services. He started out with Unity House as an intern in 2008 while pursuing a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and political science at SUNY Albany. This was followed by a job with Unity House as a court monitor in domestic violence court cases and on other facets of domestic abuse. At the same time, he finished his schooling, most recently a law degree from Albany Law School last year.
Unity House is proud to have Dave Warren head up a great team for those in need of help with intimate partner violence and abuse. The full article details more about Dave, the program and the issue of domestic violence. You can read it on the Times Union website here.
The Unity House domestic violence services program offers safe haven to all victims of domestic and dating abuse. Help is always available. Those seeking assistance can call the Unity House 24 hour hotline at (5180 272-2370.