Our foundation provides direct services and training to victims on pre-employment and work maturity skills, financial literacy, healthcare and social services. We also work with survivors by helping them find residency in local shelters and job placement within established community and corporate partners.
Across the country, we support shelters and work with individual victims of domestic violence (women and girls (13+) both currently residing in shelters and those in transition. In Georgia alone, we work with over 64 facilities across the state in the following counties: Clayton, Cobb, Dekalb, Fulton, Gwinnett.
We also work directly with students in middle and high schools, colleges and universities on dating violence prevention and education. We provide hospitals with domestic violence transitional services to include post discharge assistance and holistic wellness care.
- Social Services (advocacy, counseling, legal assistance, safety planning, etc.)
- Pre-employment and work maturity skills training (resume writing, interviewing, hygiene and grooming)
- Job Placement
- Financial Literacy
- Education and training (STEM, Media & Entertainment)