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Mission: to address the health, safety, economic and social justice issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and substance abuse through education, public awareness, and direct services

Geographic areas served: Arizona

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2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I Actively seek goods and services to contribute to the homes and lives of the women involved in the Seeds program. Call on local community business such as dentist, doctors, alternative health companies that host classes and workshops for supporting women’s needs. I generate extras that women would enjoy. Seek cash donations and events for the Cup O Karma coffee shop. Creating an up and coming conference for women at ASU in Arizons. I love the purpose of NATN and being active in that purpose to enhance the lives of these women.


Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I am a professional who has worked in the substance abuse and domestic violence fields for over twenty years. I was a peripheral support and consultant since NATN’s conception and inception. I have participated along side other professionals and experts from NATN in speakings, trainings and workshops, before audiences of a modest few individuals and upwards to hundreds of participants. In each and every case NATN has liked to make the experience personal and meaningful. NATN operates the SEEDs program, which provides direct services to women and children. Over the years of interacting with SEEDs the most remarkable aspect has been the vision and optimism that the program operates under. Time and time again I have been at planning meetings and heard “we are going to do so-and-so and we are going to do it such-and-such way” and someone (at times even myself) would chime in “no you can’t do that, nobody has ever done that” or “that’s not how its done (in these kind of programs, or our field)” . Only to hear the response “well, we ARE going to do it and that’s how we’re going to do it”. And low and behold, to everyone’s astonishment, time after time it’s a success! Such is the power of positive and forward thinking.