News and Events Archive

Listed in this section are news releases, articles and informative links about The Center for Family Safety and Healing previously published on our website.


The Big Give

For 26 hours, The Columbus Foundation will increase your online donation of $20 or more made to TCFSH. A bigger gift from you will help us to continue to break the cycle of family violence and restore hope. Go BIG. Be KIND!  Click here for details.


WTL Campaign Event

Join us for a ‘Taste of Easton’ featuring the best cuisine Easton has to offer.  Benefiting the Bystander Public Education Campaign.  Thursday, October 12, 2017 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM.  Click here for event details

By popular demand, we will again be hosting our Project S.A.F.E. conference, Building Resilience: A Community Response, on Tuesday, October 5, 2017! This event will be an exact replica of our conference in May that many were unable to attend due to a maximum capacity audience. Be sure to print, complete and submit your registration form before the September 22, 2017 deadline! Project S.A.F.E. (Safe Assessment for Everyone) works to screen all women for domestic violence who are receiving prenatal care and refers them to supportive services as needed.

Restoring Hope: Addressing Domestic Violence in the Workplace
Our business forum was held on Thursday, April 6, 2017Click here for additional information.

Check out this Columbus Monthly article that features the New Albany Classic 20th anniversary event, as well as our wonderful TCFSH staff members and partners.
Columbus Monthly September 2017: The New Albany Classic

"Family 411", Bite-Sized News Parents Can Use
- June 8, 2016, WSYX ABC 6 

Where is the "Where's The Line" Campaign?
- Columbus CEO, October 2015

Line in the Sand
- CityScene, September / October 2015

Where's The Line?, a first-of-its-kind public education campaign to raise awareness about family violence and increase bystander reporting.
 - Karen S. Days, President, The Center for Family Safety and Healing, March 2015

See additional coverage of the campaign kick-off:

Volunteer Spotlight: Dr. Colleen Bryan, Professor

"Talking With Children About Child Sexual Abuse"
- Nancy Cunningham, PsyD, Director of Program Development and Implementation
The Center for Family Safety and Healing, August 2015

"Domestic Violence Intervention: Back to Basics/Best Practices"
- The Center for Family Safety and Healing, and Project S.A.F.E., 
  Thursday, April 30, 2015


"Family Violence: Perspectives and Interventions"
A joint effort with TCFSH and The Ohio State University Department of Social Work





The Center for Family Safety and Healing
655 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, OH 43205
(614) 722-8200