You Made a Difference in October

November 2, 2022 Huge thanks to everyone who participated in DVAM, Domestic Violence Action Month, in October! At TTD, we were very busy facilitating three book clubs, participating in a variety of business events, spreading the news about Purple Light Nights® , promoting the Library Campaign, joining the Maine Marathon, pulling off Wear Purple Day, … Read More


October is Domestic Violence Action Month!

Welcome to October! This year we are taking DVAM in a slightly different direction and have revamped our terminology from Domestic Violence Awareness Month to Domestic Violence Action Month! Yes, the focus is on ACTION. What can I do? What can you do? What can we all do together to reduce domestic abuse as it … Read More


Thank you Martin’s Point!

Martin’s Point recently produced a video of one survivor of domestic violence who worked with Through These Doors over a long period of time, coming to a place of hope and promise. “Jade” shared her story of abuse, survival, and creating a new life thanks to her own resilience and strength, plus the support and … Read More


Domestic Violence & Firearms

Through These Doors is heartbroken by the recent events surrounding gun violence. Our hearts break because we know these acts of violence were preventable. As leaders in violence prevention and response, we call on community leaders to respond, repair and work towards preventing damage caused by violence. TTD is committed to raising awareness around the … Read More


TTD’s BOARD of DIRECTORS ANNOUNCES TWO NEW MEMBERS!

TTD’s community-based, volunteer Board of Directors steers the organization toward a sustainable future. They provide guidance by contributing to our culture, strategic focus, and fiscal health. They serve as ambassadors and advocates for our organization. As TTD continues to move toward our strategic goals, we are pleased to welcome two new distinguished Directors Susan Kamin, … Read More


Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, began as a simple idea in 2012, a day that encourages people to do good. The initiative was the brainchild of Henry Timms at the 92nd Street Y in New York. Of course, it follows the days that encourage shopping: Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and offers … Read More


Wondering about employment at TTD?

A job can be so much more than a way to earn money. Many people are considering a different path, engaging in a new adventure, and seeking work that is meaningful to them. If that is you, consider learning about the work of TTD and joining us, as an employee, volunteer, donor, or other type … Read More


October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

“Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) was launched nationwide in October 1987 as a way to connect and unite individuals and organizations working on domestic violence issues while raising awareness for those issues. Over the past 30+ years, much progress has been made to support domestic violence victims and survivors, to hold abusers accountable, and to … Read More


The Tactic of Gaslighting

The term gaslighting was adopted from a 1944 film where a man slowly manipulates his new wife into believing she is going mad. In the movie, the couple married after a 2 week ‘world-win romance’ and the husband, jealous and accusatory, then moves his new bride away from family and friends thereby isolating her and … Read More


Meet Through These Doors Youth Educators!

With kids home for the summer, don’t forget about our great resource @TTDTeen! It is run by our youth educators, Caroline, Emily, and Henry. The account encourages youth to empower themselves and others, build healthy relationship skills, stand up to dating violence, and share their voices! To learn more about TTD’s youth education program and … Read More


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