Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month During the month of October you are invited to join us at any or all of our events as we work to end Domestic Violence in our community. We have many ways for you to get involved this year. Click here to download the events flyer! Graphics for Facebook [...]

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When Someone You Love is Impacted by Intimate Partner Violence – Peaceful Paths Speaks Out

We have all been there. We have had a family member, friend, coworker, classmate (the list goes on and on…) who has been in an abusive relationship. It can be very difficult to stand by and watch someone we love stay with a partner who is controlling them, verbally abusing them, or even physically harming [...]

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What Should We Really Be Talking About? Peaceful Paths Speaks Out

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month – please feel free to share and repost this commentary by Dr. Theresa Beachy, our Executive Director Over the past eight weeks, we have been served numerous daily articles about domestic abuse and intimate partner violence from a diverse range of writers, commentators, and advocates.  From ESPN to the [...]

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Local Domestic Violence Center Commemorates National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Dr. Theresa Beachy, Executive Director, Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network, 352-377-5690 September 30, 2014 Local Domestic Violence Center Commemorates National Domestic Violence Awareness Month Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network closes out 40th Anniversary year with October events www.peacefulpaths.org/october GAINESVILLE- Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network will again commemorate national Domestic Violence Awareness Month during October, closing [...]

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Peaceful Paths Speaks Out: Be a Better Bystander – Empowerment in Action

To be blunt, domestic violence is frightening. Seeing it happen, hearing it happening or finding out it is happening to a friend is stressful. What do you do? Finding a supportive way to get involved may seem overwhelming.  You may fear that your instincts are wrong, that you’re blowing it out of proportion. The person being [...]

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Gainesville Color Run: Register to run or volunteer today to help Peaceful Paths raise money!

We are thrilled to be benefiting from The Color Run Gainesville!  Join us this September 27, 2014 to volunteer or run and support our organization. To volunteer, click this link and pick your times and you will be contact the week of the race with the details. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/volunteer-gainesville-registration-10650797823?aff=PeacefulPaths   To register to Run and support [...]

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Peaceful Paths Speaks Out : Accountability is a Four Letter Word

Peaceful Paths Speaks Out:  Accountability is a Four Letter Word Since when did accountability become a four letter word? Our agency plays a variety of roles in our community, from answering helpline calls for survivors of abuse and providing shelter to families in crisis to counseling victims through trauma and educating youth about healthy relationships.  All these [...]

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Second Annual Cornhole Tournament!

Join us for the best beanbag toss tournament around! Two person teams will compete for a trophy and cash prize while having a great time for a good cause. Register online by May 25th – space is limited to the first 25 teams. Entry fee is $40 per team and includes lunch – additional concessions [...]

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Expansion Campus Groundbreaking set for March 4, 2014

Join us as we celebrate the official start of the Expansion Project!  The ceremonial groundbreaking will attended by state and local dignitaries, include remarks from the Board of Directors and Donors, and will  reveal the new Emergency Shelter name. Participants will be able to tour the property, view architectural renderings, and meet the project team.Sponsorship [...]

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Cook. Eat. Advocate! Peaceful Paths Guest Chef Cocktail Party 03/13/2014

Only one more week until this year’s event! Come and join our annual Guest Chef Cocktail Party on Thursday, March 13, 2014 from 6-8 pm at the historical Gainesville Woman’s Club! Hosted by Storm Roberts and Dr. Laurel Warwicke (featured Chef!), this unique affair is the community’s biggest potluck event featuring 30 individuals who bring their favorite culinary creation [...]

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