Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice, Inc.

Rating: 5 stars   1 review

Issues: Children & Youth, Homeless & Housing, Human Services

Location: 105 E Market St Leesburg VA 20176 USA

Mission: LAWS (Loudoun Abused Women''s Shelter), opened in March 1985, provides emergency shelter, food, and emotional support to women and their children who are escaping domestic violence or sexual assault. Currently LAWS offers a wide range of direct services to more than 1,400 citizens annually. Prevention and education programs are presented throughout the county to reduce the incidence of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse. Through its programs, LAWS seeks to empower survivors of personal violence so that they may live their lives free from fear, anxiety, and danger.
Programs: LAWS provides emergency housing and food in a clean, attractive, and safe home in a confidential location.
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Rating: 5 stars  

I served on the Board of Directors with this organization for several years. I was impressed by the organization's commitment to helping survivors of domestic violence, work to educate the community about violence, its efforts to help abused children and adults, and its work to support healthy parenting and violence prevention. This is a caring organization that has made a big difference in our community, offering a domestic violence shelter, counseling, prevention programs and much more. Their financial management was exemplary and they evaluated their programs.

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