Week 2
Planting Seeds of Growth

Day 8: What was the name of the national training project ADWAS pioneered in 1998?

Day 9: Which cities were the first 5 that received the Justice for Deaf Victims National Training in 1998?

Day 10: What are the names of the Deaf DV/SV agencies who received the 1998 training?

Day 11: How many cities total did ADWAS train from 1999-2000?

Day 12: How many days was the Justice for Deaf Victims National Training?

Day 13: How many more cities did ADWAS train in 2009-2010?

Day 14: How many Deaf DV/SV agencies are currently available in the US?

Week 3
Building our Nest

Day 15: What is the name of ADWAS supportive housing?

Day 16: When was the groundbreaking ceremony for “A Place of Our Own” supportive housing?

Day 17: Did ADWAS meet its capital campaign goal of raising $8.6 million?

Day 18: When was the Open House for “A Place of Our Own”?

Day 19: What year did the ADWAS children’s playground open?

Day 20: Who painted the mural in the children’s room?

Day 21: Can Deaf, Deaf Blind and Hard of Hearing survivors from other states live at “A Place of Our Own”?

Week 4
A Cause for Celebration

Day 22: What historical event took place at Time Square July 2012?

Day 23: How does ADWAS support staff who have children?

Day 24: When did the National Deaf Hotline expand operation hours to serve callers 24/7?

Day 25: When did the ADWAS Children’s program start?

Day 26: How many survivors does ADWAS serve per year?

Day 27: When did the Marilyn J. Smith Inspirational Award start?

Day 28: How do ADWAS Advocates support survivors?

Week 5
A Future of Healing and Liberation

Day 29: What are ADWAS core values?

Day 30: What are the ADWAS programs and services?

Day 31: Which ADWAS programs offer volunteer opportunities?

Day 32: How many board and staff are on the ADWAS team?

Day 33: What is ADWAS’ mission statement?

Day 34: How many executive directors have served ADWAS?

Day 35: Who can help end violence in our Communities?