Walk This Way

Walk This Way

In honor of its 30th anniversary, the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center is sponsoring its Walk Against Domestic Violence in a new location — along the beautiful and scenic Newburyport Rail Trail. And, once again, the Interlocks Team is welcoming clients and friends to walk with us!

The Crisis Center has been serving the Greater Newburyport area for three decades now.  Its services include not only support for victims of domestic violence, but also programming that serves to educate the community. From its 24-hour hotline to art therapy and children’s trauma services, the center offers best practices to people in need. Furthermore, the Prevent Domestic Violence High Risk Team Network is a highly acclaimed model and nationally recognized program.

Interlocks is a proud supporter of the Crisis Center’s efforts “to help end domestic violence one step at a time.” And toward that end, our staff has participated annually in the Walk Against Domestic Violence for the past 13 years. Collectively, the Interlocks Team has raised more than $80,000 over this 13-year period to support this local organization’s important mission.

The annual walk takes place on Sunday, September 30th. The 3.5-mile walk begins at 9 a.m. at 40 Parker St., Newburyport. Please watch this blog and our Facebook page for more information about joining our team. We look forward to seeing you there!

Interlocks’ staff gathers with community members and Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center staff at the kick-off event for this year’s walk.














Attending a recent planning meeting were Interlocks staff members, from left, Robin Spero, Director of Operations; Jordan Eramo, Project Manager; and Ginny Eramo, Owner/Creative Director.