2020s - 2020s
Recent history is marked by the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, which required PSG to begin providing services remotely and stay abreast of ever-changing court operations.
During that same year, the organization adopted a new mission, vision, and core values, and developed its anti-racism statement in response to systemic injustice against communities of color.
In 2021, PSG’s current Executive Director, Jennifer Eyl, was awarded the Senator Norma Anderson Excellence in Victim Advocacy Award by the Office of Domestic Violence and Sex Offender Management. The same year, the community mourned the death of long-time advocate Denise Thach, who had been a staple at PSG for more than 25 years and helped increase safety and self-sufficiency for countless survivors during her career.
In 2022, PSG’s Grants and Finance Director, Nancy Olson, was selected to receive a Purple Ribbon Award for Lifetime Achievement by DomesticShelters.org Nancy previously served as PSG’s Executive Director from 2013-2020.