News and Events

AVP’s Director of Counseling, Mary Beth Hays, comments on the reality of traumatic loss in WHYY reporter Kevin McCorry’s look into two sisters effected by violence. Read more here.

AVP selected for Impact 100 $100,000 project grant for the Violence Intervention/Prevention (VIP) Project! Read more here.

AVP’s Director of Victim Services comments on witness intimidation after a homicide on NPR. Check it out here.

AVP’s Executive Director comments on the decline in homicides in early 2013. Read more here.

For our Fall/Winter Fundraising Drive, AVP is matching all increased and new donations through the Remembering Miriam Frankl Fund, a memorial fund created in honor of Miriam Frankl who was killed by a drunk driver in 2009. Please contribute to AVP online through PayPal or send a check to our main office at 2000 Hamilton Street, Suite 304, Philadelphia, PA 19130.

Philadelphia Tribune recently reported on AVP’s Exhibition of Art Therapy. Read the article here.

City Paper covered the Exhibit of Art Therapy, which opened October 4th. Read more here!

AVP just completed its first Exhibition of Art Therapy at the Art Sanctuary gallery in Philadelphia. Please visit our Facebook page for photos of the exhibit!

AVP therapist quoted in piece on grieving families in Philadelphia Inquirer.

Adolescent therapist, Molly Schamel, and her client are featured in the South Philly Review! Read the article here.

Anti-Violence Partnership joined local children’s charities at the Rittenhouse Square Flower Market on May 9th and 10th. Learn more here  and check out pictures below.

AVP featured in Rittenhoused, an online Philadelphia about-town. Check out Lindsey Johns’s article here .


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