PAWS Against Domestic Violence Pet Walk Event

Sun October 3 - Mon October 4 Allison Park, PA 15101 US Directions

Walk with Pet and Swag Bag

10/03 10:30AM EDT - 1:30PM EDT

Walk - Additional Person

10/03 10:30AM EDT - 1:30PM EDT

Walk - Child Under 3

10/03 10:30AM EDT - 1:30PM EDT

Walk with Pet (No Swag Bag)

10/03 10:30AM EDT - 1:30PM EDT

PAWS Pet Costume Contest

10/03 10:30AM EDT - 1:30PM EDT

VIRTUAL Pet Walk for DV Awareness Month

10/03 - 10/04 12:00AM EDT - 12:00AM EDT
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North Park Boathouse
10301 Pearce Mill Rd
Allison Park, PA US 15101

Crisis Center North's PAWS for Empowerment program and Healthy Pet Products welcome you and your pet to participate in the "Paws Against Domestic Violence" Pet Walk event! Let's go for a walk/run! Grab your tennis shoes and a pet, and join us at North Park for a 5K on October 3rd to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness month! We will have a variety of pet and non-pet related vendors as well as a pet costume contest with prizes! 

The mission of Crisis Center North is to empower victims of domestic violence and cultivate attitudes and community behaviors that break the cycle of violence. Crisis Center North is a 501(c)(3) non-profit counseling and resource center that provides services to victims of domestic violence and their loved ones in northern and western Allegheny County via counseling, therapy, case management, legal and medical advocacy, and economic empowerment services. In addition, the Center provides community trainings on topics related to intimate partner violence and teen dating violence, as well as prevention education programming to local schools.

The PAWS program has evolved into a highly successful service offering four distinct components, including:

  1. assisting and providing emotional support and comfort to victims during trauma-informed counseling/therapy services (i.e., animal assisted therapy);
  2. accompanying domestic violence (DV) victims in Allegheny County courtrooms to help them face their perpetrators during Protection From Abuse (PFA) hearings and help find legal recourse;
  3. an educational component for local veterinarians and animal service providers designed to address the intersection between animal abuse and IPV; and,
  4. emergency animal care stipends for pets of families impacted by DV.
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