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Beth Knake

Executive Director

Project Help , Inc.

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What to Say/Not to Say to the Grieving | Mission Hospice Society

www.missionhospice.bc.ca [cached]

By Beth Knake, Project Help, Inc., Executive Director


Coping with Loss

www.lccmhc.org [cached]

From Beth Knake, Project Help, Inc,.Executive Director


Call for HELP sounds a sweet note | naplesnews.com | Naples Daily News

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Kae Nywening, left, of Naples laughs after her friend, Dr. Lillian Love of Naples, seated right, outbid her for a cake that is delivered by Project HELP Executive Director Beth Knake during the 11th annual Chocolate Extravaganza at the Longstreth-Goldberg Gallery in Naples on Saturday. The event was a fundraiser for the Project HELP Crisis Center, featuring a silent and live auction of chocolate cakes created by area chefs. Project HELP co-founder and Executive Director Beth Knake was elated with early calculations that about $35,000 would be cleared through this fun fundraiser.As she pointed out, "survivors become thrivers" through the efforts of Project HELP in alleviating the aftermath of trauma of crises including homicide, suicide or accidental death.


The News-Press: Local & State - 14 men charged in rape of woman

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Cases like this are rare, said Beth Knake, director of Project Help, a rape crisis counseling organization in Naples.It can take years of therapy before victims recover from the emotional trauma caused in such cases, Knake said.Victims who undergo gang rapes remain in shock for some time, she said."Then many go into denial after the shock wears off rather than dealing with the reality of what happened," Knake said.According to sheriff's reports, all but one of the men listed his address as 827 Rebecca Drive, the address where the woman said the rape occurred.


Naples Daily News: News

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He's very, very dangerous," said Beth Knake, executive director of Project HELP, the county's rape crisis center. As the woman, whose name and address officials withheld because of the nature of the case, was attacked Monday, deputies were investigating the previous attack against her, according to a press release from the Sheriff's Office. Around 10 p.m. Jan. 24, the woman was home alone inside her East Naples home, waiting for her grandson to arrive for a visit.When she heard a knock at the door, she assumed it was him.But when she answered, the suspect stood there instead. Knake provided information she hopes could help people protect themselves from similar attacks.Nationally, one sexual assault occurs every two minutes. A would-be rapist is looking for vulnerability and opportunity, often stalking their victims, watching and picking their chance.Precautions include locking doors and windows, leaving outside lights on, calling authorities if there are strange noises outside, installing a burglar alarm and extra locks on windows and doors, and having in different rooms in your house a weapon like a baseball bat or pepper spray. Despite those measures, nothing can guarantee a person's safety, Knake said. "There is no 100 percent prevention of sexual assault.There are certainly precautions, but in all my years of doing this work, and it's been 20 now, even with people taking different types of precautions, there have still been victims," Knake said.


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