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The Willow Domestic Violence Center

All of our services are free of charge, confidential, and available to all survivors of domestic abuse and human trafficking who live in Douglas, Franklin, or Jefferson County in Kansas.

The Willow Domestic Violence Center is a safe space for people of all sexual identities and gender expressions. All services are accessible to those in need of a translator or physical accommodation.

Location: 1920 Moodie Road, Lawrence, KS 66047

Please note: The center can only hold 15 people on-site. For larger groups, staff will come to you. Programming is available for Girl Scout troops in Douglas, Franklin, and Jefferson counties in Kansas.

Cost Per Girl: Suggested donation of $5 per girl OR $50 per troop (max 30 girls) 
Cost Per Adult: N/A

Registration Requirements:  All girls participating as a Girl Scout in these activities must be registered Girl Scout members. If attending as a troop, all volunteers also need to be registered members and/or have completed and approved background checks. If non-registered individuals (adults or tags) are allowed to participate in this activity supplemental insurance is required. Use the Insurance Purchase Form to purchase insurance at least 3 weeks prior to the event. Completed forms can be emailed to

How to Register: Contact Alexandria Williams, Prevention Specialist, at 785-331-2034 ext 109 or at



Bullying Prevention Workshops

 Junior   Cadette

Each hour-long activity includes presentation, discussion, and either a game or art project. Choose to do one activity or two as best works for your troop’s schedule and needs, or partner with another troop to come together and strengthen friendships between troops.

Cyber Bullying
Bullying can be tough anywhere, but cellphones and the Web have taken an age-old problem to new heights. Discover the roles bullies, victims, and bystanders play in Internet harassment and how you can refuse to be a part of the problem.

Journey Connection: Cadette aMAZE

Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em
This fun educational game allows girls to actively explore the twists and turns friendship can take and how it feels to decide your own boundaries and priorities. This activity focuses on stereotypes, healthy relationships, and personal agency.

Journey Connection: Cadette aMAZE

Back Talk
Confront the way rumors and gossip hurt feelings and destroy social circles. Learn how to stand up to bullies and verbal violence in a game that requires you to both “walk the walk” and “talk the talk.”

Journey Connection: Junior aMUSE

Empowering Profiles
Join us as we sift through the words and phrases in print and advertisement to identify the things and ideas that best describe who you are and who you want to be. Self-discovery and definition result in a beautiful work of art for you to take home and share with others.

Journey Connection: Junior aMUSE