North Suburban Legal Aid Clinic and Judy’s Pizza Help Domestic Violence Victims Connect to Free Legal Aid
Free virtual cooking demonstration will provide domestic violence victims the opportunity to ask questions to attorneys anonymously in the chat.
North Suburban Legal Aid Clinic (NSLAC) invites anyone with questions about domestic violence to join a free cooking demonstration that provides an opportunity to ask questions to NSLAC attorneys anonymously in the chat.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM).
While any victim or ally in need of help is encouraged to connect with NSLAC during monthly demonstrations, DVAM is a particularly important time for victim advocates, allies, survivors of abuse, their loved ones, and communities to come together to mourn the lives lost to domestic violence and raise awareness to end this epidemic.
The unique cooking demonstrations include a live chat via RingCentral.
No domestic violence content will be shown in the video.
Guests can log on anonymously using an alias throughout the hour. No registration is required. The Clinic hosts free virtual cooking demonstrations with professional chefs on the second Thursday of every month.
The next opportunity to participate will be on October 13, 2022, from 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM with Judy’s Pizza Join the event by clicking this link.
Judy’s Pizza is a family-owned local pizzeria serving the best pizza in town. The pizzeria was established in 1979 in Deerfield and in 1996, moved to its current location in Highland Park, IL. Judy’s uses the highest quality ingredients from locally sourced vendors, with each pizza crafted to your liking.
NSLAC is dedicated to reaching victims of domestic violence with information about how to obtain help and stay safe. The most important thing we can do is let victims and allies know about unique resources that are available.
For questions or assistance, please visit www.NSLegalAid.org, call 847-737- 4042, or email info@NSLegalaid.org. Also (www.JudysPizza.com)
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