MSH IN THE NEWS

MEDIA INQUIRIES

My Sister's House and our CEO, Tosha Connors, are available as a resource for media coverage about domestic violence in the Lowcountry, policy and advocacy work at the S.C. local, state, and national level, and our victim service programs.

 

To schedule an interview, request a comment, or ask for current statistics and resources, please contact our Director of Communications, Maryn Goolsby Favors

MEDIA RESOURCES

My Sister's House has various current resource materials available upon request, in addition to the following published resources for media, funders, and partners: 

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My Sister's House 2021 Community Impact Report

Pubished Feb. 2022

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My Sister's House 2022

Services & Support Sheet

Pubished March 2022

Sydney Conrad - Town Hall 2022
Post and Courier Oct 3 2022
Lowcountry Live, ABC4, October 3, 2022
NCPD chief pushes domestic violence resources after rough start to year
Congress could slash crime victims funds 40%, crushing SC domestic violence programs
Live5: How holidays plus pandemic impact domestic abuse case numbers in the Lowcountry
Post & Courier: Letters to the Editor: Victim services in danger of losing funding
ABC4: New laws lead South Carolina outside top 10 in nation for 'women murdered by men'
Live5: Uptick in women and children experiencing homelessness
Post & Courier: SC laws protecting domestic violence survivors a complex system for victims
Live5: Organizations continue work to curb domestic violence and abuse during pandemic