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Community Spotlight: Brad Stumpff, UF Mover Guys

As a non-profit organization we are constantly looking for innovative solutions to help us advocate for our clients. With a staff of 30 advocates, there is no doubt that community involvement helps us reach that goal. We are so proud to be a part of a community that understands domestic violence and works side by side with […]

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Community Spotlight: Dan Glassman

Community Spotlight: Dan Glassman

As a non-profit organization we are constantly looking for innovative solutions to help us advocate for our clients. With a staff of 30 advocates, there is no doubt that community involvement helps us reach that goal. We are so proud to be a part of a community that understands domestic violence and works side by side with […]

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2016 Vagina Monologues Dates Announced

2016 Vagina Monologues Dates Announced

Gainesville’s Benefit Production of The Vagina Monologues is back again this year! The award-winning play The Vagina Monologues is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler’s interviews with more than 200 women. With humor and grace the piece celebrates women’s sexuality and strength. Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout […]

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2015 Adopt-A-Family Program has started!

Our 2015 Adopt-A-Family program has officially kicked off. This year we have over 75 families who have signed up to participate in this program. We have included the flyer below which includes our general holiday wish list. You can also choose to adopt a family and purchase gifts from their wish list. To participate or for more […]

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Peaceful Paths Commemorates Domestic Violence Awareness Month

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Dr. Theresa Beachy, Executive Director, Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network, 352-377-5690 September 4, 2015 Local Center Creates Events for Domestic Violence Awareness Month Peaceful Paths is planning numerous activities for the community to increase awareness www.peacefulpaths.org/october GAINESVILLE- Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network will again commemorate national Domestic Violence Awareness Month during […]

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Peaceful Paths Unveils Emergency Services Campus

Peaceful Paths Unveils Emergency Services Campus

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Dr. Theresa Beachy Executive Director, Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network, 352-377-5690 June 15, 2015 Peaceful Paths Unveils Emergency Services Campus with Dedication and Ribbon Cutting Local partners, donors, and the community are invited to celebrate Thursday June 25th at noon.  GAINESVILLE- Over the past 4 years Peaceful Paths has been working […]

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Peaceful Paths Speaks Out: Teen Dating Violence

What is teen dating violence?  Is that really a thing? Teen dating violence is very similar to partner abuse in adult relationships, in which one person attempts to have power and control over the other person through manipulation, “mind games,” belittling behavior, isolation, threats and coercion. (http://www.ncdsv.org/images/powercontrolwheelnoshading.pdf). However, abuse between teens also commonly includes tactics […]

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Peaceful Paths Speaks Out: The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children

Witnessing or experiencing violence can have profound effects on children. Simply exposing a child to violence in the home can  lead to anxiety, psychosomatic symptoms, and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Children may be physically harmed in an incident, and even if they are not directly involved, studies show that children are often more aware […]

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2014 Adopt-A-Family Program has started!

Our 2014 Adopt-A-Family program has officially kicked off. This year we have over 100 families who have signed up to participate in this program. We have included the flyer below which includes our general holiday wish list. You can also choose to adopt a family and purchase their holiday gifts. To participate or for more information […]

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

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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