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Enough Is Enough. Domestic Violence Statistics Proves That Women Are Not Dying At The Hands Of Strangers

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In 2010 New York City Domestic Violence Hotlines Received Over 320 calls per day. One of Those Calls Was From Survivor Tiffany Johnson.

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 10, 2011

New York, NY (April 7, 2011)  Author Tiffany Johnson takes a stand against domestic violence. The former victim is set to release her first intimate memoir Enough Is Enough: This Is My Story. The book release and signing will commence on Saturday April 16th, 2011 at Roy Arias Studios, located at 300 West 43rd Street suite 401C @ 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10036 at 3pm. Over 100 advocates and supporters are scheduled to attend this event.

“My 4 year old son was almost the witness of my attempted murder,” says Tiffany Johnson. In her memoir she is quite candid; Tiffany talks about the violent beatings, her experience in Safe Horizon domestic abuse shelters, the visits to Rikers Island and the day that she was left for dead lying in a pool of blood. Unlike 70% of women in domestic violence situations, Tiffany survived and is now sharing her story to help women worldwide. “I found Enough Is Enough to be quite moving. Going through Tiffany’s book took me on a roller coaster ride. Several times, I caught myself wiping away my tears and biting my nails” says Carmen Garcia of New Mexico City.

Domestic violence is an epidemic. The dialy news headlines in New York City continues to
report recent crimes, including the case of former NYC police officer Eddy Coello, indicted for the murder of his wife Tina Adovasio. In 2010 the New York City Police Department responded to 249,440 domestic violence incidents; this averages to over 680 reported incidents per day. In addition, NYPD’s Domestic Violence Unit conducted 67,761 home visits in 2010, a 77% increase since 2002. On average, more than three women and one man are murdered by their intimate partners in the US every day.

Enough Is Enough: This Is My Story, is certainly a solution to this epidemic that plagues our nation. This book is a must read for women, men and families whose lives have been affected by domestic violence.

A portion of all event proceeds and book sales will be donated to Child Abuse Prevention Program; an independent non-profit child safety workshop that speaks directly to children about the prevention of physical and sexual abuse. And P.O.W.E.R.S. INC., a nonprofit organization providing restorative services to individuals who have been victimized by domestic violence.

About Tiffany Johnson
Tiffany Johnson is a mother, an author, entrepreneur and an advocate against domestic violence. She is also a full time student at Bramson Ort College, pursuing a degree in Health Care Administration. Tiffany currently reaches out to domestic abuse organizations within her community to help educate women and families who are victims of domestic abuse. She is also CEO and founder of Treasure Box Publishing, a book publishing company in Queens, New York City. With dedication Tiffany Johnson continues to be “the voice” for millions of women who are no longer with us.

For more information about Enough Is Enough: This is My Story, events, upcoming book signings and the author, please visit: http://www.treasureboxpublishing.org or send an email to info@treasureboxpublishing.org

About Child Abuse Prevention Program (CAPP)
The Child Abuse Prevention Program (CAPP), an independent non-profit agency founded in 1986, is the only agency of its kind. The effective CAPP Child Safety Workshop speaks directly to children about the prevention of physical and sexual abuse. For children that are experiencing abuse, this program can be the first step to getting help. For thousands of others, it ensures understanding of their right to be safe, their right to speak up and their right to a childhood that is free from abuse. Over the past twenty-five years, CAPP has reached over 400,000 New York City school children and made them aware of their right to be safe from abuse. To help protect a child today, please visit cappnyc.org

About P.O.W.E.R.S. INC.
P.O.W.E.R.S. INC. is a non-profit program of packaged restorative services for victims of Domestic Violence. The mission of P.O.W.E.R.S INC., is to restore the lives of individuals who have been victimized by abusive predators. P.O.W.E.R.S INC. provides life educational and wellness services, counseling, job training and protection technique courses. The organization was founded in 2010 by Executive Director Steven Walerstein, who prides himself in the ability to reframe and redirect the best attitude and skills development, to counter balance and eradicate the ravages of Domestic Violence. His earnest beliefs and active hands-on approach, has led him to protect, model and mentor in the most kind and loving ways. To learn more about P.O.W.E.R.S. INC., please visit powersinc.org.

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