Talia J. Walley, Executive Director and Founder
Survivor of an abusive relationship lasting many years, Talia now directs her time and energy to positively impacting those facing a similar journey through her own services and referrals, as well as through the assistance of resource partners.
Her goal is to help women, men, and families rise above abusive circumstances to find new purpose and meaning in their lives.
Talia holds a radio and television broadcasting degree from Hofstra University in Long Island, NY and is certified as a Zumba Instructor, an Aerial Yoga Hammock Fitness Instructor, and a Dr. Sears Wellness Institute Health and Nutrition Coach.
SOAR is a resource and referral center that empowers survivors of domestic violence to seek safety and rise above trauma and abuse.
Domestic violence is a pattern of controlling and abusive behavior by one partner in an intimate relationship with the intent of establishing dominance and control over another.
Domestic violence does not always involve physical abuse or injury. Instead, the abuse may be emotional, verbal, psychological, or a combination, and it often
worsens over time.
Whereas the majority of victims are women and children, domestic violence can also happen to men and can occur regardless of age, race, economic or social status, educational level, or sexual orientation.
Whatever your story, SOAR’s free, confidential services offer support, guidance,
advocacy, and education to help women, men, and families make decisions for
a better future.
Pamela Sollenberger, Assistant Director
A Certified Grief Counselor and advisory board member of the American Academy of Grief Counseling in Warren, OH, Pamela has 29 years of experience serving diverse populations. She holds an MS in Counseling Psychology from California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA and is sole proprietor of the Tapestry of Healing Bereavement Services on Water St. in Exeter, NH.
Contact: 603-494-4175 or email@example.com
Our Mission is to guide people in emotionally
and physically abusive relationships to find safety
and rise above the trauma and abuse.