Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) participates in the Arizona Gives Day to raise funds for the agency’s operating needs on April 9, 2014. Thanks to everyone for asking family and friends to make a donation. Every donation, no matter how large, can potentially SAVE many Domestic Violence victims.
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Family Bargain Center and Executive Director are interviewed by Jack FM – 8.05.2014
Lake Powell Life reported a story on Executive Director Gregg Martinez’s initiative to reopen the community pool in Page, Arizona.
Another Way Program Coordinator and Executive Director are interviewed by Jack FM – 7.09.2014
January 15, 2014
In early April, Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) will once again join other nonprofits in the statewide Arizona Gives Day campaign. This important fundraising initiative helps us raise funds for the PRDVS operating needs. Stay tuned for more information about AZ Give Day and the PRDVS online Razzo donation site.
MORE ON FUNDING CUTS FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES
January 9, 2014
Sixty five percent. That’s the amount that funding for the Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) from the Navajo Nation was reduced for the coming year. And, this funding is a significant source of funding for the association. Executive Director Gregg Martinez shared that new funding sources are “aggressively being sought.” Read more at Lake Powell Life. Individual and other private funding sources are welcome. Donate now.
PODCAST POSTED ABOUT PROGRAM CUTS
January 3, 2014
Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) Executive Director Gregg Angel Martinez, MACL, discussed program cuts to domestic violence services in our service area with Lake Powell Life. Check out the podcast. We need your help to keep all of PRDVS’ vital programs and services available throughout our region. Donate today.
PRDVS HIRES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
October 1, 2013
Gregg Angel Martinez, MACL took the reigns of the Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) as the new executive director this month. He brings a unique set of skills and expertise, including both organizational management and behavioral health. Read more in the December 30, 2013 issue of the Lake Powell Chronicle.
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT REAUTHORIZED
March 7, 2013
Today President Obama signed the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA) of 2013, marking an historic day in our nation’s effort to reduce domestic and sexual violence. A week ago today Congress reauthorized this landmark bill, which maintains proven successful programs and includes significant new provisions that expand and improve the federal government’s response to violence against women.
CONSIDER THIS SURVEY
February 1, 2013
The University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing is helping us learn more about women who are pregnant and are in or have recently been in an abusive relationship. Thanks to everyone who participated in this confidential research study. It will help many future survivors!