Womens Center Of Southeastern Connecticut Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 513
16 Jay Street New London CT 06320 USA
To save lives, restore hope, and change the future for those impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault in southeastern connecticut.
Transitioned approximately 36 women and children, who were homeless and survivors of domestic violence, to independent living, free from domestic violence within 24 months, by providing safe, afordable housing and supportive services that develop self-esteem and self-reliance.
provided approximately 5,969 victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault emergency assistance and support, including two (2) 24-hour hotlines, crisis intervention services, general advocacy, safety planning, court-based advocacy, support groups, information and referrals, and supportive services.
provided approximately 131 women, children and men, fleeing a domestic violence situation, with safe, confidential, emergency shelter; food, clothing, and personal care items; crisis intervention services; case management; advocacy; and supportive services.
provided approximately 21,274 units of school-based violence prevention education to approximately 3,503 students in approximately 21 elementary/middle/high schools and 1 church. In addition, we provided other training, community awareness, and educational programs and activities to another approximately 3,867 individuals from the community in order to increase their understanding of issues related to the dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault, services available for victims and survivors and their families/friends, and strategies for prevention.
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Provides safe temporary housing for women and their children that are victims of domestic violence and helps them break the cycle of abuse and gives them the tools and resources to take their lives back. A superb, committed, excellent, devoted group of people who make a huge difference in bettering the lives of victims of domestic violence.
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