At BrightHouse, we work to bring victims of abuse out of the shadows and into the light. We help those we serve shine, and work towards a brighter future for our community. When we walk with our allies, we outshine the darkness of abuse.
We’re constantly seeking new ways to bring attention to the important issue of abuse. By hosting and participating in local events, we can show the impact BrightHouse services have in our communities.
“What Were You Wearing?” Runway Show
BrightHouse hosted a unique runway show, where models showcased outfits victims of sexual violence were wearing at the time of their assault. This event was part of a larger campaign to shatter the myth that women are responsible for being harassed or assaulted because of their clothing choices.
Hutchinson Pride Festival
BrightHouse participated in the first-ever Hutchinson Pride event. Participants showed their support for survivors with messages of hope in the photo booth.
BrightHouse provides presentations on abuse as well as healthy/unhealthy relationships, dating relationships, child sexual abuse, spiritual/emotional effects of violence, and power/control issues.