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GAINESVILLE – Just in time for Christmas, Gateway Domestic Violence Center received some welcome holiday cheer in its campaign to build a new emergency shelter.
By Nick Watson The (Gainesville) Times Christy Sims said she had no idea someone in her house would be plotting against her. As she was
By Alyson Shields AccessWDUN.com Christy Sims wears her battle scars on her sleeves. As the first person who has survived an acid attack in Georgia, Sims was badly
WHAT: 14th Annual Domestic Violence Breakfast & Briefing featuring domestic violence survivor Christy Sims. The event is presented each October (Domestic Violence Awareness Month) by
July 1 marked the beginning of a new chapter in the Georgia law books. But while most of the public focus centered around the enforcement
Gateway Domestic Violence Center is one of 150 domestic violence programs around the country that recently was awarded a $20,000 grant from The Mary Kay
By Scott Kimbler, AccessWDUN.com As a part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, AccessWDUN sat down with the Executive Director of Gateway Domestic Violence Center in
The Medical Center Foundation’s Open Golf Tournament was held Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, with the 19th Hole Reception at Chicopee Woods Golf Course. This year,
By AccessWDUN staff The 26th Annual Medical Center Open Golf Tournament, which was held Thursday at Chicopee Woods, raised $262,082 for Gateway Domestic Violence Center. All of
By Alyson Shields, AccessWDUN.com “I’m in a different box. I can’t be them because I know better. I’m a prosecutor, I’m a law student. I’m
By Nick Watson The (Gainesville) Times After three months of intensive rehabilitation, multiple surgeries and roughly 19 months away from her job, April Ross returned
WHAT: 13th Annual Domestic Violence Breakfast & Briefing featuring domestic violence survivor April Ross. The event is presented each October (Domestic Violence Awareness Month) by
Due to inclement weather associated with Tropical Storm Irma, Gateway has canceled support groups for Monday evening, Sept. 11. Everyone stay safe and please call the
By Nick Watson The (Gainesville) Times Wearing a bracelet with her sister’s motto, “be excellent,” Dao Huynh and her sister’s co-workers tried to “channel their