Domestic Violence can have a lifelong impact. Survivors endure physical, mental and emotional abuse as well as suffer social and economic consequences. While same-gender and heterosexual partner abuse share similar occurrence rates and dynamics, members of the LGBTQ community face unique barriers when seeking help. Prejudice, discrimination and misunderstanding within law enforcement, the justice system and even from service providers can make it even harder to prevent and address violence. Read further.
SACRAMENTO, CA. May 10, 2017 – A COMMUNITY FOR PEACE and FOUNDATION FOR PEACEFUL COMMUNITIES are prepared to LAUNCH a SAFE HAVEN Project for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (C.S.E.C.) in Citrus Heights, California. read further.
As a leader in creating social justice change, The Foundation for Peaceful Communities launches the P.E.A.C.E. Projects (Personal Excellence Achieved Through Community Empowerment). Partnering community leaders with solutions for foster kids and the foster youth aging out of the foster-care system. Together we can achieve a better world for these foster youth. read further
Published on Apr 21, 2015 Elaine Whitefeather, Executive Director of A Community for Peace received the Service To Mankind Award from the Mountain West Region of SERTOMA. This video is her acceptance speech, as she was unable to attend the award ceremony in Arizona.