When I lived in the shelter……
My name is Jon, and when I was a child, I moved with my mom and siblings to different domestic violence shelters for safety reasons until one day we were brought to Center for Domestic
Systemic failures harm CA domestic violence program
Center for Domestic Peace lauds the California State Auditor's recent report pointing to systemic failures regarding the monitoring and accountability of batterer intervention programs (BIPS). As co-author of the original legislation that established the statewide
Day of the Dead Annual Event Friday, October 28
Center for Domestic Peace Invites Bay Area Residents to Commemorate Day of the Dead as a Result of Domestic Violence Center for Domestic Peace (C4DP) will hold a special hybrid ceremony of remembrance and memorial
Letter from the Board Chair: PeaceWatch 2022
Dear Supporters, The year 2022 marks 45 years of Center for Domestic Peace’s dedication to the eradication of domestic violence in Marin County and beyond. In 1977, the founders of Marin Abused Women’s Services (our
There’s been a 32% decrease over eight years in domestic violence-related calls to Marin law enforcement!
GREAT NEWS! There’s been a 32% decrease over eight years in domestic violence-related calls to Marin law enforcement! This trend is not seen anywhere else in California! Center for Domestic Peace (C4DP) is excited to
Spotlight on Success!
Spotlight on Success! Marin CCR’s Law Enforcement Liaisons The Marin Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Network (Marin CCR) brings together individuals, organizations, and institutions to promote safety and mutual respect in
Our Preliminary Findings Are In: C4DP’s Group Therapy Model A Success!
In This Together! “Thursday’s group helps a lot — it's a place where you feel safe and you can talk about all these things, and they're not judging.” As noted last year in our 2021
A True Heart of Marin: Suzanne Jansen
Meet Suzanne! This past fall, Center for Domestic Peace (C4DP) nominated Suzanne Jansen for Volunteer of the Year at the Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership’s Heart of Marin award ceremony for her substantial contributions
STAFF PROFILE: Shihuan Luo
Meet Shihuan! Shihuan Luo was born in southern China and came to the United States as a student in 2009. While studying at Sonoma State as an accounting major, she began looking for a job.