August Newsletter

We have some exciting news and numbers to share. Read on for our Annual Update featuring survivor comments, program stats, and information about our newest team member! Events The Summit County Fair is taking place the first full week of August! “It’s a traditional small town county fair with cowboys and bucking broncos, a carnival […]

*The following statement contains information that may be triggering to some.   Trigger Warning/Content Warning: domestic violence, homicide, interpersonal violence  It is with immense sadness that we share the following news.  On July 14, 2022, we learned the life of a community member experiencing domestic violence was taken. We extend our deepest condolences to their friends […]

National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month Mental health conditions do not discriminate based on race, color, gender or identity. Anyone can experience the challenges of mental illness regardless of their background. However, background and identity can make access to mental health treatment much more difficult. Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month was […]

June Newsletter

June is Pride Month! Each June, we celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month. Pride Month commemorates the Stonewall Uprising of 1969, which marked a turning point in the Gay Liberation Movement and evolved into a month-long recognition of human rights and the impact that people in the LGBTQ+ community have had on our shared history. During the […]

May is Mental Health Awareness Month May is a time to raise awareness of those living with mental or behavioral health issues and to help reduce the stigma so many experience. For 2022’s Mental Health Awareness Month, the National Alliance on Mental Illness will amplify the message of “Together for Mental Health.” Events 05/18 7:00 […]

We have an exciting announcement! As we welcome a new season of growth and change, Peace House Executive Director Kendra Wyckoff announces the nonprofit organization’s new vision and mission statements today, reflecting a process of shared strategic reflection by Peace House staff and the Board of Directors. After 25 years of serving families affected by […]

March Newsletter

We are looking forward to longer, warmer days ahead! The Peace House team is hard at work gearing up for spring and has some exciting opportunities to connect with the community coming up. March is Women’s History Month. The 2022 Women’s History theme, “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” is both a tribute to the ceaseless work […]

Peace House February 2022 Newsletter

February Newsletter It’s February 2022. This month boasts the date 02/22/22 . . . and it falls on a Tuesday! This newsletter features updates from our prevention education team, including welcoming one new staff member and parting words from her predecessor. We look forward to continuing our community collaborations and connections with all of you! […]

Peace House Sunsets Bling Fling

  We are so grateful for the many dedicated volunteers who have made Peace House’s Bling Fling a dazzling success for seven years.  Thank you to those who participated in this holiday-shopping spree every year, and to the many supporters who donated their bling. Together we have raised more than $300,000 in direct support of victims of interpersonal violence […]

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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