Voter Suppression Disproportionately Affects Women

Voting matters. There are high stakes in economics, public health, and social equity. American citizens have a right and a responsibility to vote. Many states across the US, however, have passed measures making it harder to cast a ballot. Unfortunately, the goal of these measures is to manipulate political outcomes. These tactics range from Voter […]

Prevention Education and Awareness in Schools During COVID 19

COVID-19 and Peace House Prevention Education At Peace House our mission is to Empower, Educate, Shelter, Support. The Peace House Prevention and Education team works actively with multiple partners including the Utah Department of Health, Utah Domestic Violence Coalition, and Prevent Child Abuse Utah. Together we provide important education on child abuse, sexual assault, and […]

Portraits of Peace House History:  Teri Orr

This year marks 25 years of Peace House serving survivors of family violence and abuse in Summit and Wasatch counties through shelter, support services, education and outreach. As part of our 25th Anniversary Year, each month we are spotlighting some of the many individuals who have shaped Peace House history. Throughout the year, we will […]

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 2020

Walk A Mile In Her Shoes 2020 Cancelled Park City residents have been putting themselves in “her shoes” since 2013 as part of Peace House’s annual men’s march to stop rape, sexual assault, and gender violence. This year Peace House is prioritizing our commitment to community safety during the COVID-19 pandemic and cancelling Walk a […]

Portraits of Peace House History: Evelyn Richards

This year marks 25 years of Peace House serving survivors of family violence and abuse in Summit and Wasatch counties through shelter, support services, education and outreach. As part of our 25th Anniversary Year, each month we are spotlighting some of the many individuals who have shaped Peace House history. Throughout the year, we will […]

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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