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FIND YOUR VOICE Workshop Series

One more week before our upcoming series for teens on dating abuse!  There are a few seats remaining.  No cost.  Snacks will be served.  With 1 in 3 teens being physically, emotionally, or sexually abused in a dating relationship, how can we afford to not raise the awareness of our youth? Contact us now, GuidedToSafety@gmail.com, […]

I Don’t Like My Teen’s Dating Partner

The following blog is from Break The Cycle and offers several good tips on what to do if you don’t care for the individual your child is dating, particularly if you suspect dating abuse. In regards to talking with your child, Guided To Safety can provide you with a series of handouts to assist you […]

A Warning To Teens Before They Start Dating

By Jan Joffman NY Times Photos: Joe Jaszewski BOISE, Idaho — After studies emerged more than a decade ago showing that the highest rates of physical and sexual assault happen to women ages 16 to 24, programs to prevent abusive relationships have concentrated on high school and college students. Students from North Junior High School […]

In Love & In Danger

In Love & In Danger

In Love and in Danger:  a teen’s guide to breaking free of abusive relationships With one out of three adolescents experiencing some form of physical, emotional/verbal, or sexual abuse by a boyfriend or girlfriend, our youth need to know where they can turn for help.  In Love and in Danger, by MSW Barry Levy, is […]

Share Your Face On Our New Website!

Thanks to WIMP (Web & Interactive Media Professionals), Guided To Safety is one of six North Bay nonprofits who will participate in a “Charity Hackathon” on Saturday, April 6!  From 9:00am to 7:00pm, at the iHub in Rohnert Park, teams of web designers, developers, and strategists will work with their designated nonprofit to create a new and improved website.  […]

Share Your Photo(s) with Us!

Share Your Photo(s) with Us!

Thanks to WIMP (Web & Interactive Media Professionals), Guided To Safety is one of six North Bay nonprofits who will participate in a “Charity Hackathon” on Saturday, April 6!  From 9:00am to 7:00pm, at the iHub in Rohnert Park, teams of web designers, developers, and strategists will work with their designated nonprofit to create a new and improved website.  […]

10 Reasons to Move to the Music and End Violence Against Women

10 Reasons to Move to the Music and End Violence Against Women

On February 14th, Guided To Safety, host of V-Day Petaluma, will join with V-Day in the One Billion Rising campaign to dance in solidarity with the estimated one billion women and girls who have experienced violence in their lifetime. Violence against women is one of the world’s most pervasive human rights abuses. It is also […]

PLEDGE to Make a Change!

We are only days away from One Billion Rising and couldn’t be more excited! There are now 200 countries signed up to participate in this world-wide event, along with world leaders, celebrities, organizations, and activists who are ready to Strike, Dance, RISE, proving that everyone is ready to say enough and end violence against women […]

February = TEEN DATING VIOLENCE Awareness & Prevention

Dating Violence occurs among all races, ages, religions, and socio-economic levels. No state, no city, no community is immune. Stay Strong. Choose Respect. Expect Respect!