Join us as we paint this lovely “Yellow Door”
Invite some friends and come enjoy the fun while benefiting a worthy cause.
Fee: $39 includes all supplies to produce one beautiful painting.
Date: Friday October 13th
Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Place: Optimum Impact Building
400 Kendrick Lane # B
Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.facebook.com/thestudioforlearning
Thank you to Kelly Walker of The Studio & Optimum Impact
Print a copy of this flyer here.
Statewide Sexual and Domestic Violence Coalition Recognizes Leaders and Innovators in the Sexual and Domestic Violence Field
Richmond, VA – The Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance (Action Alliance), Virginia’s leading voice on sexual and intimate partner violence, announces 8 recipients of the 2017 Catalyst Awards. The Catalyst Awards encompass superior work across eight different categories, including both sexual and domestic violence work, and apply to program staff, community leaders, volunteers, and allied professionals.
The group of honorees has been selected for their innovative and outstanding contributions to the field. “We are absolutely delighted to honor these individuals for their exceptional and inspiring work on behalf of survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence and for their extraordinary contributions to the field of sexual and domestic violence,” Action Alliance Executive Director Kristi VanAudenhove said.
Katie is being honored with the Purple Ribbon Award for working specifically in the field of domestic violence and demonstrating exemplary commitment to restoring power and hope to victims who have experienced domestic violence through the provision of direct client services. Katie excels in advocacy work by promoting empowerment which fosters healing.
Katie’s nominator for the Purple Ribbon Award states, “Katie has been a catalyst for domestic violence in the legal community. She has been innovative in her approach with clients and continues to learn different techniques and approaches that fit best with the individual client. Katie is the perfect combination of professional and warmth.”
To learn more about the Action Alliance, go to www.vsdvalliance.org.
Sponsored by Phoenix Project
“A community’s response to domestic violence”
Where: BLUE WING FROG
219 CHESTER ST, FRONT ROYAL
WHEN: June 15, 2017
Come join us for light food and a glass of wine. Everyone who purchases a ticket will leave with a bottle of wine or some wine tasting certificates. Come pull a cork and participate in the basket raffle.
Come on out and have some fun challenging other Teens to a game of Corn Hole.
There is no fee…only fun…
There will be a couple small prizes.
We will have snacks & drinks for sale.
Date: Saturday February 18, 2017
Place: Front Royal United Methodist Church (Inside)
Phoenix Project invites you to join us for an open group discussing healthy and unhealthy relationships.
The group will meet the First Tuesday of every month from 6 pm to 7pm.
No need to RSVP just show up!
Light refreshments and childcare will be provided.
In case of weather, call 540-635-2302 to see if group is still running
Please email email@example.com for more information.
Saturday October 8, 2016
Walk A Mile In Her Shoes
Participate by walking and getting sponsors or sponsoring a person walking with a minimum donation of $10.00
WHEN: Wednesday, October 21, 2015
WHERE: Warren County Government Center, Board Room
TIME: 11:00 am – 1 pm
Lunch will be served at NO COST!!!!
Please join us to learn more about domestic violence in our community, our agency, and have a chance to ask questions you may have.
Feel free to bring your agency information.
Bring your business card to be entered into a drawing to win a prize.
Free lunch and a chance to win a prize? Yes!! Come join us!!!!
Please join us for a T-shirt decorating event.
Open to all that would like to attend, You do not have to be a survivor
WHEN: Wednesday, October 14th 6-8 pm
Thursday, October 15th 2-4 pm
WHERE: Samuels Public Library
White Meeting Room B
We have all the supplies needed to make your shirt.
Survivors, friends, and loved ones of survivors decorate T-shirts in a way that reflects their experience of sexual and domestic violence and recovery. Shirts are then hung side by side and displayed as a way to raise awareness of the impact that sexual and domestic trauma have.
This is a collaborative effort by The Laurel Center of Winchester and Phoenix Project of Front Royal.
For more information call
Phoenix Project: 635-2302
The Laurel Center: 540-305-1083
“Keeping Your Balance”
facilitated by Phoenix Project
Tuesday Sept. 22 at 6 p.m.
Come for 1 or all 6, whatever suits your busy schedule!
I. Stress Relieving Tools
II. Importance of Self C
IV. Are Your Relationships Healthy?
V. Peace from Within
There is no charge. Seating is limited,
please call 540-635-2302 for reservations
Asking for help does not make you weak. It shows your strength.
There is hope and help available for healing from a current or past unhealthy relationship.
Use this hope list activity when you want to journal and are in a good place emotionally. Then, when you are having a hard time you can go back and read the lists and remind yourself that better days are ahead. Make a list of . . .
- the ten most beautiful things you have ever seen,
- the things you are most proud of,
- the things that need to happen for your ideal future life to take shape,
- some of your favorite smells,
- your favorite songs,
- all the positive things in your life,
- the people that are positive and support you in your life,
- five quotes that inspire you,
- ten things you like about yourself, and/or
- ten things you can do to comfort yourself when you are feeling down.
Never let go of tomorrow.