ROSEBURG, Ore. -- The Battered Person's Advocacy is under new management.
Melanie Prummer took over as the Executive Director of the BPA on June 25.
Prummer moved from Tacoma, Washington, where she was working as a Clinical Supervisor with Catholic Community Services.
But Melanie is no stranger to Douglas County, she has over a decade worth of experience working for non-profits in the area.
Prummer hopes to continue to work with community partners to help the BPA flourish. "I'm hoping that we'll be able to do some more outreach so that we can be able to educate and inform the community about the services we provide at BPA," she said.
Melanie adds that they're always looking for more volunteers, and you can contact the BPA for more information.