The Domestic Violence Roundtable was founded in 1995 to provide a focus for domestic violence prevention and control activities in Brookline. The committee is currently co-chaired by Rita McNally and Sheila O’Flaherty.
The group generally meets every other month for educational meetings at 4 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month in the Denny Room at the Public Health Building, 11 Pierce Street.
Thursday September 10, 2020 at 4pm (Remote Participation)
Members are from a variety of community based organizations such as the Police Department, the Health Department, the Council on Aging, the Brookline Mental Health Center, the Brookline Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Relations, the Brookline Housing Authority, as well as concerned Brookline residents and representatives of organizations and agencies that address the problem of domestic violence.
The Roundtable provides an opportunity for continued education through its monthly guest speakers, as well as an opportunity for networking.
Anyone interested in receiving information about the Domestic Violence Roundtable can contact us to be placed on our mailing list.