- Domestic Violence
- The Cycle of Violence
- The Wheel of Violence vs NonViolence
- Are You a WITNESS?
- Are You a VICTIM?
- MEN Are Abused, Too
- What About the CHILDREN?
- Presidential Proclamation
- Teen Dating Violence
- Why Worry About Our Teens?
- When Is It Abuse?
- Forms of Abuse
- Warning Signs for Guys
- Warning Signs for Girls
- LGBTQ Abusive Relationships
- Helping A Friend
- Parents of Teens
- Getting Out of the Relationship
- Who Is A Good Dating Partner?
- Dating Pledge
- Baucom & Dodd Healthy Relationship fund
- City of Petaluma Proclamation
- Sexual Assault
By guidedtosafety on January 13, 2015
Get your calendar out and schedule them in! One Billion Rising 2015 REVOLUTION! February 14, 2015 Join Guided To Safety and the Sonoma County Commission on the Status of Women in Walking, Dancing, Speaking Out for Justice and demanding an end to the violence against women and girls. WALK Your Revolution … Followed by DANCE […]
Posted in District Attorney, domestic violence, education, empowerment, Gender Equality, Guided To Safety, healthy relationships, intimate partner violence, Jill Ravitch, relationship abuse, relationship violence, sexual assault, street harassment, teen dating violence | Tagged Commission on the Status of Women, dance, Ending Violence, flash mobs, Friedman Center, justice, Marin County, North Bay, one billion rising, Petaluma Mail Depot, Revolution, Sonoma County, walk | Leave a response
By guidedtosafety on October 22, 2013
From the October 21, 2013 Press Democrat’s “Letters to the Editor …” Domestive Violence EDITOR: October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As we pause to reflect on the toll this crime takes on our community, we realize that one in four women will be a victim. At a recent luncheon in Santa Rosa, California Supreme […]
Posted in California Lawmakers, community support, control, District Attorney, domestic violence, economic independence, education, Family Justice Center, Gender Equality, healthy relationships, intimate partner violence, Jill Ravitch, media, One Billion Rising, power, rape, relationship abuse, relationship violence, respect, survivors, Uncategorized, V-Day Petaluma, VAWA, victims, Violence Against Women Act, War on Women, women, Womens Rights, YWCA | Leave a response
By dev on November 3, 2012
This afternoon, 3:30pm, at Petaluma City Hall will be a rededication ceremony of the recently transplanted memorial for Georgia Moses, a 12-year old who was left naked and dead under a tree very close to the Petaluma Blvd. South on ramp to Highway 101. In attendance will be representatives from various organizations including the Family Justice Center, […]
Posted in children, community support, District Attorney, domestic violence, Family Justice Center, Georgia Moses, Guided To Safety, healthy relationships, intimate partner violence, Jill Ravitch, Petaluma, rape, relationship abuse, relationship violence, sexual assault, victims | Leave a response