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1007 S. 2nd St.
Clinton, MO 64735
Crisis Hotline: 800.801.7883
DV Shelter: 600.885.5008
Business Phone: 660.885.6067
Welcome to FAITH, Inc., located in Clinton, MO. Founded on the idea of helping people, FAITH, Inc. endeavors to provide assistance to those in need. We also advocate for victims of domestic violence.
FAITH, Inc. serves Henry & St. Clair counties of Missouri. If you are a victim of domestic or sexual violence and in need of assistance, call our Crisis Hotline at 800-801-7883. Our professionally trained staff are available to assist you 24/7. If you are outside of Henry or St. Clair counties, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-SAFE (7233). Check out our Resources section for more information.
Outgoing President: Marcia Salinger (660) 885-7090, (660) 924-4411
Incoming President: Steven Harvey (660) 351-3509, (660) 351-6169
Vice-President: Debbie Joy (660) 351-2765
Treasurer: Stacy Hinkle (660) 351-1288
Secretary: Christy Curtis (660) 351-6627
Karlee Bohannan (660) 885-1635
Public participation is welcome (not to exceed 30 minutes).
4th Mon Each Month * 5:30 pm at the
Professional Building on the Downtown Clinton Square
FAITH Board will meet July 27th, 2015 at 5:30pm
THANK YOU to the following businesses & organizations for participating in this year's Denim Day fundraiser: First National Bank, Pathways, H.C. Courthouse, Clinton High School, Clinton Central Office, Henry Elementary, Clinton Intermediate School, City of Clinton, Clinton United Methodist Church, Hawthorn Bank, Clinton Middle School, Mike Keith Insurance & Clinton Technical School. All money raised was donated to FAITH'S Domestic Violence Shelter to continue providing services to victims and their families.
Blue jeans are worn by millions of Americans every day, but citizens of Henry County wore their denim on Thursday, April 23, 2015, for a special reason – to step forward and take a stand against rape.
Wearing jeans during Sexual Assault Awareness Month became an international symbol of protest against common attitudes about rape in 1999 when an Italian High Court overturned a rape conviction. The justices reasoned that since the victim wore very tight jeans, the man who was accused of raping her could not have removed her jeans by himself, so the victim must have willingly participated. Women in the Italian Legislature protested the decision by wearing jeans. As news of the decision spread, so did the protest. In April 1999 the state of California established the first Denim Day in the United States.
“Every year since 1999, people have made a social statement by wearing jeans to protest the myths that surround rape and sexual assault. There’s no excuse and never an invitation to rape."