Programs & Activities
2017 Scramble For Safe Families
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In Their Shoes: Teen and Dating Violence
The Jennifer Beach Foundation will be presenting a In Their Shoes: Teen and Dating Violence Workshop in partnership with the Kent School District on April 26th. In Their Shoes was developed by the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The workshop is a training tool for adults who work with teens, such as teachers, counselors, nurses,... [Read more ]
Kid’s Club Starting Soon
Children who have been affected by domestic violence are invited to join a new 10 week class aimed at helping them break the cycle of abuse. Kid’s Club is a safe place where children can heal from their exposure to domestic violence. Children ages 6 – 11 will learn there are healthier behaviors than hurting someone or breaking something... [Read more ]
Now Offering Support Group
A women’s support group for victims and survivors of domestic violence is being offered by the Jennifer Beach Foundation. Our hope is to break down barriers of isolation, and provide a supportive atmosphere and a forum to discuss the effects of domestic violence on victims and survivors. The group is free and will meet at a confidential location in... [Read more ]
2016 Charity Golf Tournament
Reserve your spot in the 2016 Scramble for
Safe Families Charity Golf Tournament!
Date: Saturday, September 17, 2016
Time: Shotgun start 1:00 p.m.
Location: The Washington National Golf Club, 14330 SE Husky Way, Auburn, WA 98092
Format: FOUR-PERSON SCRAMBLE
Save the date, September 17, 2016, for our 7th annual Scramble for Safe Families Charity Golf... [Read more ]
Upcoming Hope & Power for Your Personal Finances Class
Are you a survivor of domestic violence interested in learning how to manage your finances. Develop Hope & Power by learning new skills in our upcoming 6 week class starting soon. Learn more about our Skills Classes under Programs & Services.
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Silhouettes by Lorina Westmore
Too young to be believed,
But sure it was there so long ago.
Hugging the bear so easy to love and trust.
Footsteps approach from down the hall.
Sneaking a peek through eyelids almost shut,
Just to be sure…
The outline of my terror had arrived.
A silhouette looms in the doorway.
With tiny eyes squeezed so tight,
Unable to see,
Hear the threats,
Feel... [Read more ]