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What We Do
Emergency Assistance Fund
Resources such as gas, co-pays, personal items, etc. are very important for those affected by domestic abuse. Not having them can often make a difference in whether or not a personal leaves or stays in an unhealthy situation. The flex cards offer an extra boost of financial support and confidence needed to make their journey a bit smoother.
We are grateful for the relationships we’ve established and maintained over the years with agencies who provide collaborative services to assist individuals impacted by abuse and trauma. If we are contacted by an individual or agency regarding programs or services we don’t provide, we do our best to directly refer them to other agencies for help and support. See Resources
Our financial sustainability program is designed to implement the principles of financial literacy to include safe banking account options, savings, short/long term goal setting, etc. Victims are mentally exhausted, and being financially challenged only adds to the frustration and stress. In addition, we’re addressing one’s mental health and wellness through the self sufficiency process.
Cooking, sewing, writing, creating candles, gift baskets, cosmetics, or any number of hobbies are talents which can potentially create and maintain a stream of income. We will connect you with the individuals and resources needed to confidently walk through the process. We’ll provide support for a survivor’s dream of business ownership to include business plan development, technical assistance, and business funding.