- 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 October 28, 2013
An article from the Press Democrat, by Sonoma County YWCA ED Madeleine Keegan O’Connell. Close to Home: Domestic violence is never far away If you believe, as I do, that if Kevin Bacon resided in Sonoma County, his “Six Degrees of Separation” would be more like 2, and considering that 25 percent of families are […]
Posted in community support, control, dating violence, domestic violence, economic independence, Gender Equality, Guided To Safety, healthy relationships, intimate partner violence, Kim Baucom, One Billion Rising, Petaluma, relationship abuse, relationship violence, respect, survivors, Uncategorized, VAWA, victims, Violence Against Women Act, War on Women, women, Womens Rights, YWCA | Leave a response
By dev on February 2, 2013
Being a Vagina Warrior “means developing the spiritual muscle to enter and survive the grief that violence brings and, in that dangerous space of stunned unknowing, inviting the deeper wisdom.” – Eve Ensler Petaluma resident Lori Burleson has been chosen as V-Day Petaluma’s 2013 Vagina Warrior. This recognition honors a person of any gender identification […]
Posted in children, community support, Conover & Sullivan Children, control, date rape, date rape drug detection, date rape drugs, dating violence, domestic violence, Eve Ensler, Family Justice Center, Guided To Safety, healthy relationships, intimate partner violence, Kim Baucom, Lori Burleson, One Billion Rising, relationship abuse, sexual assault, teen dating violence, The Vagina Monologues, Until The Violence Stops, V-Day Petaluma, victims | Leave a response