January 2023 Newsletter
It is wonderful to look back on all that we accomplished in the past year. From events, to lectures, to workshops and more, we have definitely learned and grown quite a bit! We'd also like to emphasize the work that each of our staff members do throughout the day. Our helplines are always open; clinical therapists, housing navigators and case managers are always working with survivors to improve mental wellbeing, stability, safety and more. We are excited to welcome a new year, but want to take a moment to embrace all we have navigated together, as staff, and as a community. Let's continue to make each other better in the coming year.
Our admin offices will be closed on Monday, January 16 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Winter/ Spring 2023
Violence is the co-pandemic of COVID-19. All forms of violence from child abuse to domestic, interpersonal, and racial violence have escalated.
To participate in this series of presentations, please contact the Peace House Director of Prevention and Education at firstname.lastname@example.org - she will send a ZOOM invite option.
Cyber Safety - January 11, 2023, 5:00 – 6:00 pm • Zoom
The Power of One Trusted Adult - February 8, 5:00 – 6:00 pm • Zoom
Gender Roles: Their Contribution to Sexual Violence - March 8, 5:00 – 6:00 pm • Zoom
Bystander Intervention - April 5, 5:00 – 6:00pm • Zoom
Sundance is right around the corner! We are excited to see everyone come together to experience the incredible work done by the artists featured this year.
With this influx of traffic, we hope that you will join us in keeping an eye out for the safety of festival-goers. If you notice someone is in an uncomfortable situation, please consider intervening, even if it is to call our helpline and see what resources are available.
The following details resources and information highlighting ways you can help yourself and others enjoy the festival in a safe and informed way. Peace House is a nonprofit supporter of Sundance.