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Our Services

Currently Serving Survivors Through:

 

Survivor Support

  • Support Group provides safe and confidential space for sharing and validation of survivors’ lived experiences

  • Safety planning, risk assessment, referrals for temporary shelter care, wrap-around services, and other resources for healing and rebuilding

  • employment readiness, job search, financial literacy

Prevention

  • Faith Institutions and Community Organizations DV Awareness & Training Workshops on best practices and creating safe spaces

  • Relationship education and awareness to middle school through college aged students about the effects of teen dating violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking

 

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Where We're Going

Ishshah’s Place seeks to provide emergency shelter beds for women suffering domestic violence. Shelter beds will be available for women and their children on a temporary basis up to 90 days.

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Where We're Going

Transitional housing seeks to provide shelter beds for a period of six to eighteen months in preparation for self-sufficiency and reintegration into community.

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What We're Doing

Ishshah’s Place assists survivors

  • In resume writing, job search, and interviewing skills in preparation for gainful employment

  • Refers to community resources for GED preparation and continued educational services as necessary

Ishshah's Place assists communities​

  • Provide education and training workshops to Faith-Based and Community Organizations 

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What We're Doing

  • Sistah Social Support Group where survivors receive validation, encouragement, and solidarity in their journey towards healing  

  • Community resources and exclusive content

  • Referrals are made as appropriate for spiritual counseling and guidance upon request

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