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One in four women experiences violence at the hands of a man
Audience members watching performances of “The Odd Couple-Female Version” were invited to donate.
Iconic Seattle band Pearl Jam has been in the news recently after raising nearly $11 million to fight homelessness through its Home Shows Initiative this… Continue reading
The DOVE Project, the island’s domestic violence agency, is moving into a new home in town this month. For the last several weeks, DOVE staff… Continue reading
Vashon’s DOVE Project, the island’s domestic violence agency, is in the midst of transition, as Executive Director Betsey Archambault is stepping down this summer after… Continue reading
When I write for the Beachcomber, typically my aim is to provoke a few chuckles, but today, I’d like to raise the visibility of an… Continue reading
Six years ago this spring, islanders launched The DOVE Project, Vashon’s domestic violence organization, which has grown exponentially since then and served 400 percent more… Continue reading
A public forum on making the island and its bars safer, especially for women, will meet Wednesday evening. The gathering is intended for members of… Continue reading
With help from Vashon's domestic violence awareness organization, six Vashon High School students are taking on the responsibility of educating their peers about sexual health and relationships through a Planned Parenthood program called Teen Council.
There has been a lot in the news lately both locally and nationally regarding domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment and bullying. These are complex issues, and many islanders have been reaching out to The DoVE Project with questions and concerns. As advocates for social change, we'd like to begin a dialogue to address your questions and concerns and explain how we can and cannot help.
t’s that time of year again, the time when we promise ourselves to make, and keep, our New Year’s resolutions. Most of us will pick resolutions like losing weight, eating healthy, exercising more or just being happier, healthier people.
October is nationwide Domestic Violence Action Month (DVAM). The original purpose of DVAM was to connect domestic violence advocates around the country and region, but as the month has gained more attention, it has expanded to involve everyone interested in learning about domestic violence, reporting instances and breaking the cycle of violence.
Vashon’s anti-domestic violence organization, the DoVE Project, recently expanded its services to offer a free legal clinic for survivors of domestic violence
Seattle’s first lady of comedy Peggy Platt will headline the DoVE Project’s second annual comedy night “Laughter is the Best Medicine” at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Open Space for Arts & Community.
In an effort to address the issues of abuse and violence in teen relationships, Vashon’s anti-domestic violence organization, The DoVE Project, will host free workshops for both middle and high schoolers next week.
The place where Betsey Archambault finds herself now — holding her daughter Emerson in her lap and a new puppy at her feet in her farmhouse overlooking Colvos passage — seems as they say “a far cry” from her life overseas.
The DoVE Project will begin a new group for male survivors of domestic violence, filling what the nonprofit says is a significant need on the island.