Join us for a group discussion of the Netflix original series “MAID.” This newly-released Netflix series takes a look at a mother’s struggle to provide for her child after fleeing an abusive relationship. This 10-part series was released October 1, 2021, and has been widely viewed and discussed since its […]
Save the Date! Gateway to Hope 2022 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 25 Chattahoochee Country Club, Gainesville, Ga. Stay tuned for more information!
GAINESVILLE, Ga.- Gateway Domestic Violence Center welcomed its 2021 Board of Directors, including three new members, during its first meeting of the year on Jan. 21, 2021. The board is composed of volunteer leaders who are representative of the Hall County community. “Domestic violence affects people from all walks of […]
A Virtual Event & Fundraiser View the our 2021 program here! Friday, March 26, 20217:30 p.m. During difficult times like these, we’re providing hope for survivors of domestic violence. That hope comes in many different forms, whether it’s a safe place to shelter, assistance obtaining a protective order or access to counseling and […]
GAINESVILLE – Hall County Sheriff officer Sgt. John Dawson has been named the 2020 Officer of the Year by the Hall County Domestic Violence Task Force. The award was announced at the group’s annual Domestic Violence Breakfast and Briefing which is held each year during October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month. […]
What: Domestic Violence Virtual Breakfast & Briefing When: 8:30 – 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27 Program will include: Officer of the Year Award A brief conversation about the impact of the pandemic on incidents of domestic violence in our community Limited space! The first 100 people to sign up will […]
Thank you to everyone who purchased raffle tickets. The raffle is now closed and winners will be announced May 19. We appreciate your support! Previous post Gateway to Hope is our biggest fundraiser of the year. Unfortunately the 2020 event originally scheduled for March 27 had to be canceled due […]
GAINESVILLE – For the second year in a row, Gateway Domestic Violence Center has passed a major milestone in its campaign to build a new emergency shelter, just in time for Christmas. Gateway to 2020, the capital campaign to build the new facility, has passed its original $2.5 million fundraising […]
Janet Paulsen did “everything we ask of a woman in her situation” said Hall County Solicitor Stephanie Woodard. She filed police reports about her abusive husband, documented his firearms, then filed for and was granted a temporary protective order (TPO). But that didn’t stop Paulsen’s husband from shooting her six […]
Leaders from the Beverly J. Searles Foundation, Inc., the nonprofit owners and developers of Myrtle Terraces, recently presented a $50,000 gift to the Gateway in support of our campaign to build a new shelter. We are so grateful for this community partnership!