During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence staff and Board of Directors honor individuals and originations who demonstrate outstanding commitment to the mission of the Coalition and to the collaborative work of ending violence against women/men in the state of West Virginia.

This year Linda Farmer, SAFE’s Wyoming County, Victim’s Advocate, has been awarded the Pinnacle Award. The recipients of the Pinnacle Award go beyond their professional commitment through practical and statewide actions to increase safety, raise public awareness and create hope for change at personal, public and institutional levels.

Stop Abusive Family Environments Inc join with WVCADV in honoring Linda. She is an extraordinary advocate who has been dedicated and committed to assisting domestic violence victims for the past 19 years. Linda is married to Bobby Farmer and they reside in Wyoming County.

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