Genucel- a subsidiary of Chamonix –leads in recovery therapy for domestic violence women victims

Domestic violence has been on the rise in recent years all over the world. When domestic violence occurs families break up, and the repercussions left to the individuals affect their physical and well being. Research has shown that the United States of America is no exception to the cases of domestic violence. There exist several states in the United States with the effects of domestic violence evident through broadcasting over the media and other channels. Many domestic violence cases do not reach the public domain and individuals involved may suffer in silence.

According to alivenewspaper, women experience domestic violence more often than men. The state of New Jersey has reported the most significant cases of domestic violence. Women Aware is a nonprofit organization located in Middlesex New Jersey that helps families affected by domestic violence. The organization has professionally trained staff who interact with the victims of the violence to offer specialized therapy.

Genucel works in the provision of specialized care to the women of New Jersey region who are more prone to the emotional and physical abuse than their male counterparts. Women aware organization was formed in 1981 and has been instrumental in the provision of essential amenities such as food, shelter and educative recovery program for Middlesex County domestic violence victims and their families.

The contribution of Genucel to the recovery of domestic violence victims

Women Aware partners with Genucel- a subsidiary of Chamonix company- in the provision of therapeutic products to help women in their recovery phase. Genucel company has developed grab bags and anti-aging products in addition to providing monetary assistance to the nonprofit organization for the women afflicted by the violence. Women Aware have a hotline number available throughout where women can report cases directly to the organization for assistance.

Women Aware has various self-care recovery programs for victims to enable them to regain their self-worth and self-esteem. Women Aware has developed physical exercise as a way of reducing the emotional effects of domestic violence. The organization engages the victims in a walk as part of the physical activity. Walking helps in circulation and improving the skin which serves as a critical step in regaining of self-worth and esteem.