OUR WORK

7%

DON'T TELL ANYONE ABOUT IT

60%

HAVEN'T REPORTED TO THE POLICE

30%

ARE VICTIMS DOMESTIC ABUSE

Intimate partner violence (IPV) occurs between two people in a close relationship. The term “intimate partner” includes current and former spouses and dating partners. IPV exists along a continuum from a single episode of violence to ongoing battering. IPV includes four types of behavior:

  • Physical violence is when a person hurts or tries to hurt a partner by hitting, kicking, or other type of physical force.

  • Sexual violence is forcing a partner to take part in a sex act when the partner does not consent.

  • Threats of physical or sexual violence include the use of words, gestures, weapons, or other means to communicate the intent to cause harm.

  • Emotional abuse is threatening a partner or his or her possessions or loved ones, or harming a partner’s sense of self-worth.

Examples are stalking, namecalling, intimidation, or not letting a partner see friends and family. Often, IPV starts with emotional abuse. This behavior can progress to physical or sexual assault. Several types of IPV may occur together.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Division of Violence Prevention

THE HARD TRUTH

 EACH YEAR 

 HUNDREDS OF WOMEN  

 ARE POSITIVELY IMPACTED 

 BY MINDz OF WOMEN 

Our mission is to give a sense of purpose to women who suffer from low self- esteem and low self-worth due to trauma or mental disorders and collectively build a bridge between the gap and living a purpose driven life.

We serve women who have mental disorders and/or drug addictions and/or who are victims of domestic violence, trauma, incest, human trafficking, rape and other life-altering situations.

We offer support through:

  • One-on-one emotional and spiritual mentorships

  • Group facilitation

  • Providing clothing 

  • Providing shelter and permanent housing referrals

  • Connecting women to effective addictions counseling resources

If you are a woman suffering from trauma, or know someone who is, we can help! Call us today at 267-969-1207 or 267-945-4583, or use the form below:

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