Recovery, Healing, Outreach, Awareness:  A Podcast About Domestic Violence

Domestic or intimate partner violence is a complex and silent epidemic that affects millions of people worldwide.


To respond to the overwhelming issues associated with domestic violence, Randi’s House of Angels (RHOA) has produced a series of podcasts that will bring this epidemic to the forefront of public consciousness and break the silence that often shrouds it.


By creating a dedicated platform, RHOA hopes to create a safe space for survivors, advocates and experts to share their stories, insights and knowledge.  A series of topics will be discussed that can offer vital support and resources to victims and survivors, helping them realize that they are not alone and that there is help available.


It can also serve as a catalyst for raising awareness and fostering necessary conversations within families, communities and institutions to empower individuals, foster empathy, and inspire collective action towards eradicating domestic violence while creating a safer, more compassionate society.


We invite you to access these podcasts here.

Randi's House of Angels (RHOA) Podcast Series


September 6, 2024 at 8:00 am 227 Rich Valley Road Mechanicsburg, PA 17050

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For about ten (10) years I was a Girl Scout and worked my entire way through, and at one of the meetings, Nancy Chavez came and spoke to us to talk about RHOA. Ever since that meeting, I’ve been involved in volunteering. You can see firsthand how you are helping individuals and how powerful that can be and knowing that you are doing something and making an impact on other people’s lives.

Kaitlyn Andrews


You can become involved…in some capacity, and there are all sorts of ways that you can step up. Whether it’s the golf tournament, whether it’s the race Randi’s Race, or whether it’s just wanting to help and pitch in, in whatever way you can.

George Labecki

Past Board Member

I think we have a tremendous Board of Directors, plus lot of experience in the domestic violence associations. Many retired from there. We are there because we want to be there, and we know that we have a fighting chance at helping to combat domestic violence. When you’re dealing with kids, anytime you throw add kids into the picture, with anything, I think…. that alone makes you fight even harder.

Landon Roe

Current Board Member

Domestic violence is a cycle. It is a cycle through families and so breaking that cycle so that these children do not find themselves in violent adult relationships is essential. We must give them the skills so that they know what a healthy and functioning relationship looks like.

Jen Doyle

RHOA Therapist

The whole organization, they hold your hand the whole way through, and the scariest part is doing it for the first time, then you realize, it was so worth it, like …. it’s just so worth it!

Tammy Delgado


The group creates a safe, supportive environment for children to learn that they are not alone in their experiences and that they matter.

Samantha Haskell

DVSCP Child Counselor/Advocate