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The mission of Hope's Door New Beginning Center is to offer intervention and prevention services to individuals and families affected by intimate partner and family violence and to provide education programs that enhance the community's capacity to respond.Hope's Door New Beginning Center's vision is to become a leading advocate for ending domestic abuse.
Our Mission: To lead in ending sexual assault and exploitation, child abuse, and domestic violence through prevention, intervention, and advocacy for change. Our Vision: A just and safe community free from violence and abuse.
House Of Ruth Maryland leads the fight to end violence against women and their children by confronting the attitudes, behaviors and systems that perpetuate it, and by providing victims with the services necessary to rebuild their lives safely and free of fear.
The mission of the East Los Angeles Women's Center is to provide services to women and children, focusing on sexual, domestic, and family violence and hiv/aids. We work to empower and give hope to individuals, families and the community at large with an emphasis on bilingual/bicultural services for the Latino community.
To be the leading advocate in breaking the pattern of domestic violence by providing confidential and comprehensive services, including shelter, counseling, advocacy, and prevention.
Peace Over Violence's mission is to build healthy relationships, families and communities free from sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence.
The mission of the Lincoln County Coalition Against Domestic Violence is to provide an alternative to living in a violent situation and to offer education / resources necessary for survivors to make healthier choices for themselves and their families.
Our mission is to provide emergency shelter and supportive services to victims of domestic violence. Domestic violence victims are frightened for themselves and their children. It is often difficult for them to leave or stay and maintain safety for many reasons including that they are often blamed for their own victimization. It is vital to the safety of our community that victims are provided effective services and those who use harm in relationships are held accountable. Domestic violence is a societal problem that results in disruption and trauma in the lives of individual victims. Our vision is a community where families are safe in their own home. We seek to create a safer community through quality services. We know that our clients deserve adequate housing, resources, other supports and information to choose healthy and safe alternatives and reduce the violence in their lives. We believe collaborating with others in the community will provide the strongest trauma-informed services to our clients Our work is focused on achieving racial equity, gender equality, and welcome for all members of our community. Our vision, simply put, is: Safe and peaceful families, safe and peaceful communities.
Tubman's mission is to advance opportunities for change so that every person can experience safety, hope, and healing.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline creates access by providing 24-hour support through advocacy, safety planning, resources and hope to everyone affected by domestic violence. We answer the call to support and shift power back to those affected by relationship abuse. We envision a world where all relationships are positive, healthy, and free from violence.
Doorways creates pathways out of homelessness, domestic violence, and sexual assault leading to safe, stable, and empowered lives
The primary purpose of the Saint Louis Crisis Nursery is to provide a safe haven for children, birth through age 12, thereby preventing child abuse and neglect, and to support the needs of families. Children are cared for in the Nursery for any situation that may jeopardize their health and safety, including: parental stress, domestic violence, homelessness, and other family crises. The Crisis Nursery services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, at five locations throughout the St. Louis and St. Charles' regions and are free of charge.