Welcome to Peace House
We are here for you!
If you or someone you know is experiencing interpersonal violence, please call our helpline at (800) 647-9161.
Peace House Spring Luncheon is happening Thursday, May 4!
We are excited to welcome speaker Rachel Louise Snyder, author of No Visible Bruises.
For sponsorship opportunities and registration details, please visit the link below!
Keeping Kids Safe
Join us Saturday, April 15 from 11 AM to 2:30 PM for a presentation, coupled with dance class for children of parents attending.
Join Peace House and Jill Johnson, Owner Paint Mixer and Art Therapist as we work collectively to move toward healing and acknowledgement of survivors of sexual assault.
The event takes place at the Peace House campus from 6-8 PM on Wednesday, April 26th.
Volunteer with us!
We need your help this winter. There are various opportunities to get involved on our events page. Be sure to register in advance, and consider volunteering for multiple events!
Pillars of Giving
Join to engage with a group of individuals committed to ending interpersonal violence.
A Statement from Peace House
Peace House is dedicated to ending interpersonal violence and abuse and empowering survivors to heal and thrive by providing safe housing, support services and prevention education. Interpersonal violence occurs when one person uses power and control over another person through physical, sexual, or emotional threats or actions, economic control, isolation, or other kinds of coercive behavior.
Victims of interpersonal violence often experience increased abuse during pregnancy. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, homicide is the leading cause of death for pregnant women in the United States. One in six abused women is first abused during pregnancy. Many abusive partners go so far as to weaponize a partner’s bodily autonomy and reproductive choices by tactics such as birth control sabotage and forced pregnancy.
Peace House is committed to empowering survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and supporting their right to bodily autonomy. Survivors thrive by taking control over their lives and choices, including making the legal and medical decisions that best support their safety, health and well-being.
If you or someone you know needs help,
please call the Peace House 24/7 HELPLINE at 1-800-647-9161.