- 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 dev on July 31, 2012
“Intimate Partner abuse does not discriminate against age, race, sexual orientation, religion, gender, educational background or income level. It effects not only the immediate family, it also impacts the community and the world as a whole.” Raise Your Awareness by Attending this Event. Let’s come together to end intimate partner violence. LET’S FACE IT! As […]
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By dev on June 4, 2012
Elementary to high school students, youth groups and more … many of our young citizens have been doing their part to support the Conover & Sullivan children. Donations have come in from a Girl Scout bake sale, Petaluma Youth Lacrosse League fund raiser, Kenilworth Junior High Student Body dance, and a Casa Grande High School Associated Student Body […]
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By dev on June 1, 2012
Ahh, the dating scene and internet dating. Are you one of those searching for your love online? In the process, had you considered researching your next date found on one of the many online dating services? If so, how did you attempt to do this? Via Google? Facebook? Did you ever consider a more diligent background check […]
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By dev on May 8, 2012
With a board composed of a few past Girl Scout leaders, trainers, and life-time members, Guided To Safety is thrilled to help spread the word about this Saturday’s Girl Scout Bake Sale with an ambitious goal of earning $1,000 for the Conover & Sullivan Children. Please spread the word. And “Go, Girl Scouts!”
By dev on April 19, 2012
Thanks to the generousity of local merchants and eating establishments, there will be several opportunites to donate to the GTS Conover & Sullivan Children account over the next month. Participating businesses as of today include: April 19 – TONIGHT! April 26 April 27 May 3 Cafe Giostra Lala’s Creamery
By dev on April 17, 2012
Thanks to the assistance of Jennifer March, we now have a credit card option available for making donations to the GTS Conover & Sullivan Children account. To use your credit card, please visit the donation page by clicking here and scrolling down to “Credit Cards” for a link to our PayPal donations account. On another note … while […]