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Right To Protect

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Centers to Support the Independence of Specific Populations, Human Services

Mission: Provide supportive services and resources to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking, and stalking; assisting those whom we serve with everything from escaping their situations to living a healthy and productive life thereafter.

Target demographics: Victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking, and stalking.

Programs: 1) Domestic Violence Advocacy in accordance with California Evidence Code 1037.1 2) Batterer Intervention Facilitator in accordance with California Evidence Code 1203.098 3) Certified Anger Management Specialist level II, NAMA Membership level Fellow 4) Human Trafficking Advocacy in accordance with CA Title 13 & PC 14308, CA SB 180, US Code Title 22, Ch 78 5) Certified Breakthrough Parenting Instructor 6) Certified Court Advocate 7) Safe at Home enrollment application assistance 8) Confidential Identity change assistance

Community Stories

10 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I have not received services from this non profit, but I happen to know the founder, I know her path. There is no better guide and friend in this journey than her. She is fierce, tenacious, and doesn’t give up. There is nobody better to have in your corner.

3 Terrence T.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I know the founder of this non-profit organization, and the heart that motivates her work. Both she and this organization is a great advocate for the rights of women and children to be helped from various abuse. I am glad that this exists!

4 funlovingdiva

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

This nonprofit does outstanding work for victims of trauma. The passion, dedication, honesty and empowerment they provide in recovery of trauma and resources helps the Survivor feel that there is hope for a bright future. I know the executive director/president and she is very dedicated to the work and to the clients who come to her.

3

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I've known the creator of this non-profit for many years, and have seen her go through great trials and tribulations. Watching her get through those tough times with such a strong head on her shoulders, even in times that could've broken her; is such a testimony to what kind of mentor she is.

This non-profit is a great way for her to help others that are in similar situations that she was once in. Her faith is also what drives her to help those in need. I would highly recommend Right To Protect

4

Client Served

Rating: 5

From the moment I spoke to Nadeya I felt like I was a priority. She is absolutely a kind and understanding soul. She took my matter seriously and made me feel like I wasn’t alone and everything was going to work out. I am so grateful this agency is here to help us in the darkest moment they provide hope. Such a blessing to myself and my children.

4 anddylann

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Right to Protect is an incredible organization that provides supportive services and resources to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking, and stalking; regardless of gender. There are times a person finds themselves in a relationship that threatens their life and safety, realizing that they are no longer in charge of their own choices, only to be left believing that they have no hope of escape.

The founder of Right to Protect, a dear friend of mine, is a living testimony to the steps one can and must take to escape a dangerous situation and rebuild your life completely.

She has built an entire multifaceted organization to assist victims and survivors with everything from escaping their situations to living a healthy and productive life thereafter.

She has taken all of her experience and poured her heart into an organization designed to give people the support they need to move from being a victim and survivor to thriving in life after abuse.

4

Client Served

Rating: 5

This non-profit is a great advocate for the rights of women and children to be free of abuse. I could not have gone through court without the advocacy and encouragement I received from RTP. I am so grateful for the knowledge I received from this organization. I am truly at peace with the decisions I have made to move forward in my life. If you are in need of advocacy or guidance out of an abusive situation, do not hesitate to contact this organization.

4 Christina M.11

Client Served

Rating: 5

I can’t say how thankful I am for Nadeya and her services. She helped me through a dangerous domestic violence situation before her organization came to fruition! Since then she has gone above and beyond for my children and me in assisting me in avenues to feel safe from my perpetrator. She has used the traumas she has faced and turned them into good helping those whom feel helpless and are so terrified thinking there’s no safe way out. I am forever grateful for her and her organization. I have since met women in similar situations and have been able to send them to Nadeya for her services. If you need help and don’t know where to go please know she is a safe place, if your a donor looking to give to a cause that really others people please give to Right to Protect, I can not stress enough how important her organization is for fellow women. Thank you right to protect for helping my family and me feel safe and move on in life you are beyond a blessing.

4 Diana K.4

Board Member

Rating: 5

Right to Protect has been a passion for the Founder/Director/CEO for years. Recently, she's been able to acquire necessary documents and certificates that will allow her to service the community. The non-profit organization will be instrumental in transforming and impacting lives.

4

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Right to Protect has a drive and a heart to help those escaping abuse. Lots of experience understanding the system and how to navigate within it to get the necessary things done.

They are constantly working to improve on their knowledge and expertise. Keeping up to date on requirements.