Shelters and provides for a woman or child at our center for 1 night to begin a journey to safety.
Shelters and provides for a mother and a child to begin their journey to safety.
Aids in prevention work to educate one classroom at area middle or high schools with a presentation on healthy relationships and the warning signs of teen dating violence.
Helps a domestic violence survivor to access the 24 hour hotline and to complete a cycle of support groups to aid in the recovery from domestic violence OR helps a child attend the weekly Forgotten Victims educational support group for children and learns they are not to blame and skills to help them (3 months or longer).
Supports one victim through the civil and/or criminal court system (the duration of this process may be months and sometimes years).
A family of 3, mom, her teenager, and her child to complete educational support groups that help them achieve hope and freedom from domestic violence.
A survivor of domestic violence is sheltered and obtains a protective order to return home.
Shelter and advocacy to support one family obtain safety during their shelter stay and move toward independence.
Helps us to move one family experiencing domestic violence into their own housing, an initiative towards sustaining them with services and rental subsidies until they achieve financial stability and function independently of charitable community support.
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