Since 1978, CORA (Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse) has worked to provide safety, support and healing for those affected by intimate partner abuse. We invite you to find out more about how we became the agency we are today.
More important than our staff’s combined experience in the corporate and non-profit world, are the amazing qualities they bring to their jobs every day. From their empathy and kindness to their courage and commitment, CORA wouldn’t be possible without the dedicated individuals who work here.
CORA board members represent a wide range of individuals in the community from both public and private sectors. Our board is united in their commitment to reach our destination of a community free of violence and abuse.
At CORA we value honesty and accountability. We invite you to browse our annual reports and other financial documents so you can learn more about us and make an informed decision about supporting, volunteering, or partnering with us.
This program represents and expansion for CORA into direct prevention-related community engagement. Activities are done with the goal of learning about healthy relationships and communication.
Do you feel passionate about ending domestic violence? Enough so that you want to spend your days working to address it, educate others about it, and assist those who are experiencing it? If so, we may have a job for you.