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The Serenity House emerged on May 13, 2002, as a tribute to the cherished memory of Kim Nunez, a beloved member of the Colquitt County community tragically lost to domestic violence. Kim’s life was cut short by her estranged husband just a stone’s throw from her workplace, adjacent to the police department. The harrowing incident, witnessed by a county commissioner, underscored the urgent need for a sanctuary for women and children facing domestic violence in Colquitt County.

Since its inception, Serenity House has been a beacon of hope and refuge, offering essential support to survivors in their journey toward healing and independence. Beyond providing immediate necessities like food, clothing, and shelter, the organization extends a helping hand to families, offering legal aid and access to resources crucial for rebuilding their lives. Serenity House’s mission transcends mere assistance; it is a lifeline for those affected by domestic violence, empowering them to reclaim their self-worth and self-esteem as they navigate the path towards a future free from abuse. In the spirit of remembrance and resilience, Serenity House stands as a testament to the community’s commitment to combatting domestic violence and creating a safer, more compassionate world for all.

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