We are a nonprofit organization established in the city of Reston, Virginia. We are interested in working with families and women who are in crisis or who are experiencing domestic violence orabuse. We are a group that is committed to making our society aware of this socio-cultural problem, which is affecting people today at an alarming rate.
Our organization is aimed at all women and families who are looking for a place to be heard and supported without respect to race, religion, cultural or educational level.
We believe that women and their families have the right to lead healthy and stable lives so that they can prepare for a promising future. We have excellent strategies to will help women and their families achieve all of their goals and aspirations.
1. Breaking the Silence (Family or domestic violence)
We provide all the necessary information on places to go to find legal help for your emotional and physical needs, as well as counseling and rehabilitation programs. We refer people who come to us, to local programs and agencies specializing in domestic violence and sexual abuse. We work closely with support groups and counselors who give comfort, understanding, and hope to women that they can change their situation.
2. Open Doors
Offers a range of resources in the area so that you can train yourself and learn more about the job opportunities and skills that you can develop. Open doors provides training workshops and seminars to expand your vision for a better future in both the professional and intellectual realms. We develop our own teaching workshops and seminars involving specialized professionals who participate and contribute positively to the lives of the participants.
3. Helping hands (Social Work)
We offer consolation and support; visits are made to families in situations of emergency, crisis or abuse. We have the “Club of Friendship” in which members can interact, meet other people and share their experiences in order to discover and activate their talents and to be a positive influence on others in the group. We aim to unify the members of our multicultural, local community.
This program is designed to train and train any person, organization or religious institution that has understood the importance of domestic violence within our community. We developed a job with the Office of Women in Fairfax County Virginia, training started this work as a promoter for the Prevention of Domestic Violence.