Dr Patricia Castillo, Md
She is currently the Triple P Parenting Coordinator. P.E.A.C.E. Initiative has recently for the first time offered parenting classes as a way to prevent violence. She will be offering classes and group discussions to schools, organizations, and individuals throughout San Antonio. Education for the prevention of family violence is one of the most effective ways of slowing the rate of people injured or killed by spouses or partners. Patricia has 35+ years of working to end violence against women and families.
En primera no tienen los votos y en segundo esos audios no prueban la culpabilidad de Castillo en nada no lo mencionan solo dice Pedro pero no hay apellido así que no sabemos si se refiere a Castillo o no así que deja de suponer cosas que sabemos que no pasará saludos
— Daniela Patricia Romero Hurtado (@Daniela80389260) May 25, 2022
“Since I started, women have been telling me, ‘Help me to help him to stop hitting me,’ They want the violence to stop, so they can have a family.” Some people in the movement haven’t been as willing to listen. In other ways, she has her parents — her father especially — to thank for pushing her into college and a career. While she was secretly meeting with Army recruiters in high school, he was talking to a financial aid officer at Our Lady of the Lake University. Long before Patricia Castillo became a social worker and one of the city’s leading advocates of domestic violence awareness, an issue recognized every October nationwide, she showed signs of becoming an advocate. My objectives are to help end domestic violence and abuse in my community.
Veronica Davila worked in the community for thirty years. Vero worked extensively with The P.E.A.C.E. Initiative since its inception. She is a formerly battered woman and has assisted other women to become free from abuse.
State Department in 5 major cities in Nicaragua educating about the issue of family violence. The P.E.A.C.E. Initiative is a diverse coalition of grassroots organizations, public and private institutions and individuals working collaboratively to eradicate family violence through education and mobilization. We have a significant track record over our 25+ year history of advocating for battered women and their children.
Patricia S Castillo,lmswexecutive Director
Today, accused abusers must face the State of Texas in court. While the staff attorney was often out fundraising, Castillo sat at her typewriter. Castillo never knew what the principal did about her report, but that early activism could have predicted she’d rise to leadership, and her role as executive director of the nonprofit PEACE Initiative, which stands for Putting an End to Abuse through Community Efforts. A Chicano/a is a politicized Mexican-American, or a proud American of Mexican heritage. Castillo is one of San Antonio’s Chicana feminists who not only theorizes about Chicana feminism, but actually does the work.
- Vero worked extensively with The P.E.A.C.E. Initiative since its inception.
- She will be offering classes and group discussions to schools, organizations, and individuals throughout San Antonio.
- She’s done casework at the Women’s Shelter and with inmate women and their families at the County Jail.
Community advocates meet with kids who’ve committed low-level crimes and must, thus, face the legal repercussions at the municipal court. While the impact of Patricia’s legacy will live on, her loss will be felt by not only her family but all of the people she came in contact with through her many adventures and drive to make her extended community a better, more just place for all. During her term as Sunnyvale Mayor, Patricia served as First Vice President and President of the League of California Cities and a member of the Board of Directors for the National League of Cities.