The mission of Project PAVE is to empower youth
to end the cycle of relationship violence.

Founded in 1986, the mission of Project PAVE is to empower youth to end the cycle of relationship violence. The cycle of relationship violence is generational and affects people in every community. PAVE’s approach to ending this cycle is through therapy and family support services, violence prevention education, and youth leadership. Project PAVE annually reaches more than 4,000 children, teens, parents, teachers and other professionals with its counseling and violence prevention programming in Denver-metro area schools and other community outlets. All Project PAVE services are youth-focused and offered for free to the community.

Staff

Adam Evans
Executive Director

Tara Williams
Development Director

Lynne Wichert
Finance Director

Derek McCoy
Director of Prevention Initiatives

Brent Adams
Prevention Educator/Coordinator

Alexis Johnson
Development Coordinator

Duane Mullner
Clinical Supervisor

Linnette Barreto
School-Based Therapist

Alison McGinty
School-Based Therapist

 

Julia Reeder
School-Based Therapist

Stephanie Roman
School-Based Therapist

Robin Brock
Family Advocate