Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

When someone leaves an abusive relationship, they frequently have nowhere to turn. For many, the only option is to remain in an abusive relationship, enter a shelter, or live on the streets. Domestic violence and homelessness have been linked in studies, particularly among families with children. Shelters offer immediate safety, respite, and assistance. Unfortunately, shelters are frequently overcrowded and frequently turn away women and children. It is more important than ever to raise awareness about this issue and the funds required by such shelters so that they do not have to turn away anyone in need of their assistance.

The Facts

While accurate information on the extent of domestic violence is difficult to obtain because of under-reporting, some aspects of the problem are known:

Fight Against Domestic Violence

 It is important that victims of domestic violence have access to resources and support to help them escape abusive situations and rebuild their lives. Our charity is dedicated to providing these resources to domestic violence victims, including emergency shelter, legal assistance, and counseling services. We believe that every person deserves to live a life free from fear and violence, and we are committed to doing everything we can to support and empower those who have been affected by domestic abuse.