The Peace House team is grateful for the ongoing support of the OOFCC Car Club. This contribution helps break the cycle of abuse for families in Summit and Wasatch County. Thank you OOFCC Car Club for investing in the Peace House mission to end family violence and abuse. The 12th Annual OOFCC Car Club and […]
Peace House finally gets a new website! Working for months with great local company Spigot Design, Peace House develops a site that serves our community better in numerous ways. People that need the services of Peace House can find more and better information. This critical mission must reach the public that needs services and those […]
Thank you, Scott Iwasaki of the Park Record, for this wonderful article about our new executive director Kendra Wyckoff. Park Record, Peace House selects new executive director July 11, 2017 Kendra Wyckoff named as new Peace House Executive Director Kendra Wyckoff led Safe Harbor Crisis Center Scott Iwasaki, Park Record Peace House has selected Kendra […]
We are over the moon excited and grateful to be this year’s choice for the Women’s Giving Fund Impact Grant. The $30,000 grant will symbolically underwrite the first Transitional Housing Unit in the future Peace House Community Campus – providing much needed safely and support to women and children after fleeing abusive homes. Read more […]
We are so grateful to the members of the Women’s Giving Fund for their support of our grant to symbolically underwrite the first transitional housing unit in the new Peace House Community Campus! Please read the article below which was published in the Park Record, Peace House earns Women’s Giving Fund Grant. Nan Chalat Noaker, […]
Thank you to everyone who attended our Ground Staking Celebration, and became a stakeholder in building a place where domestic peace can thrive!
Violence is a public health issue Domestic Violence is a serious public health and safety issue, not a private family matter. It has a ripple effect on families, communities, and globally. Nationally, the estimated costs of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) exceed $5.8 billion each year. This includes costs of medical care, mental health services, and […]
The Spring Luncheon was a sell out as a caring community comes together in support of Peace House. Thank you to the community for filling the St. Mary’s social hall during the recent annual Spring Luncheon. The sold-out luncheon honored outgoing executive director Jane Patten. Domestic violence survivor and thriver Sarah Larsen also addressed the […]