A Window Between Worlds

Rating: 4.93 stars   14 reviews

Issues: Civil Rights, Arts & Culture, Mental Health, Women

Location: 710 4th Ave #5 Venice CA 90291 USA

Mission: A Window Between Worlds uses art as a healing tool to empower and transform individuals and communities impacted by violence and trauma.
Results: For 24 years, A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) has centered our work in the field of domestic violence, providing art interventions for over 159,000 women and their children. Our partner agencies recognize how effective our workshops are in healing trauma and building resilience, and strong results have created an even higher demand for our workshops in shelters and beyond. Today AWBW is being asked to share our healing art curriculum with new partners. We are at a unique crossroads ready to explore new collaborations using art to create safety, healing and change.
Target demographics: survivors of trauma including domestic violence and sexual assault survivors, returning combat veterans and their families, the homeless, the mentally ill and others.
Direct beneficiaries per year: In 2014, AWBW worked with 928 Leaders serving over 20,700 women, men and children in 30 states.
Geographic areas served: A Window Between Worlds uses art to transform trauma, creating a life changing space for safety, connection and healing. We make art accessible by serving as a hub of innovation, partnering with domestic violence shelters, sexual assault agencies, veterans organizations and other community sites using art to emwpoer healthy transformations.
Programs: AWBW is the only national organization offering comprehensive training and ongoing support to domestic violence and other trauma recovery programs wishing to develop and implement permanent healing art programs for adults and children who have experienced violence. These highly effective workshops utilize hands-on arts experiences, as well as embodied art and movement, to provide a safe environment for survivors to open up expression, release painful feelings and start the healing process in a supportive, trauma-informed environment.
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EIN 95-4448606
(310) 396-0317
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