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Welcome to Peace House

We are here for you!

Our New Community Campus Has Opened

Your donation will make a meaningful impact on families
affected by domestic violence.

 

Pillars of Giving

Join to engage with a group of individuals committed to ending domestic violence.null

Careers at Peace House

We are looking for compassionate, reliable people to help us in our mission. Find your career at Peace House today!

 

Community Campus Program Sponsorships

Thank You To Our Sponsors

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

1 in 3 Utah women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime

Every year approximately 80 Utah children witness the murder or attempted murder of their mother

The number #1 predictor for becoming a perpetrator or victim of domestic abuse is growing up in a home with domestic abuse

YOU have the power to change your life and the lives of those around you

The Future for Peace House

Our mission—provide victims of domestic violence the most comprehensive and compassionate services possible.

Tax Deductible Gifts

Every donation to Peace House makes a difference, and every donation is tax deductible. There are many ways to donate, learn more and help Peace House thrive.

Many Ways to Help

Whether you are donating your time or making a financial contribution, you are making a difference. Learn more about how you can help to keep Peace House alive.

Volunteers Needed

Volunteering with The Peace House offers you the opportunity to actively engage with your community. From volunteering to internships, there are many ways to get involved.

Peace House News & Events

Events

News

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Peace House History Collection Project

June 11, 2020

This year marks our 25th Anniversary. Peace House shelter opened in 1995 when several committed grassroots groups mobilized in response to the brutal murder […]

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Portraits of Peace House History: Jean Paulson and Linda Hathaway

June 4, 2020

Jean Paulson, Domestic Peace Task Force Co-Founder Linda Hathaway, Domestic Peace Task Force Co-Founder This year marks 25 years of Peace House serving survivors […]

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Domestic Violence, the Shadow Pandemic

May 13, 2020

I recently attended the Stanford Criminal Justice Center Zoom panel discussion on COVID-19 and Domestic Violence. The panelists were CEO of Just Solutions Lisalyn […]

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With the coronavirus, Peace House is adapting and modifying our services to keep staff safe and to continue to support individuals and families in crisis to escape violence and heal from the associated trauma. This includes using technology to provide some services. The best way to access any of Peace House's services is by calling our 24/7 support line at 800-647-9161 Read More
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