SEE ABUSE! REPORT ABUSE!
SPEAK OUT AGAINSTDOMESTIC VIOLENCE!
Our goal is to prevent domestic violence through community education, awareness.
Hours: M-F by appointment or 24/7 Helpline: 740.823.2000
Stephanie J. Seifert was a kind, beautiful, loving and giving person who always strove to do the right thing. She graduated from Lancaster High School in 1991. Stephy’s young life was cut short in October 2012 when her ex-husband shot and killed her and her friend, off-duty Lancaster Police Officer Randy Bartow, before turning the gun on himself.
Stephy’s House will strive to prevent domestic violence through community education, awareness and early intervention programs. Stephy’s House will provide hope and healing to empower victims to become survivors to women and youth whose lives have been traumatized by domestic violence-physically, emotionally, or sexually. Some may be in physical danger, while others are living with controlling partners or in relationships that are emotionally abusive.
Our Mission: We are committed to investing with victims of domestic abuse in their journey to a violence-free life.
Fairfield County Sheriff interviews Stephy's House director