We thank you for your desire to help Abused Adult Resource Center (AARC) financially as we have partnered with National Day Calendar™ (NDC) for our fundraising efforts. For every National Day Wall calendar you purchase AARC receives 40%.
You receive the Wall Calendar to use year-round to Celebrate Every Day and AARC receives the much financial support required to help others out of difficult situations. We thank NDC for supporting us!
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The Abused Adult Resource Center (AARC) headquartered in Bismarck, North Dakota, provides emergency support, crisis intervention, temporary shelter, food, counseling, and advocacy to victims of domestic violence and domestic assault. We serve families and individuals in distress throughout south central North Dakota, helping them find a life free from abuse.
Read AARC’s full story on their website: Abused Adult Resource Center
We are guided by a nine member volunteer board of directors. The board establishes the policy guidelines which provide the direction for the day-to-day operation of the Center. The board meets monthly and reviews all operations, including fiscal, of the Center.
History of AARC
The Abused Adult Resource Center has been helping victims of domestic violence and sexual assault for more than 20 years. The AARC began as a citizens task force in 1976 under the name Abused Women’s Resource Closet. In March 1977, the Region VII Community Action Program and the Mental Health Association of North Dakota sponsored a CETA Project to establish a program of direct services to adult victims of domestic violence. The Abused Women’s Resource Closet became the Abused Adult Resource Center in January 1984.