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About Domestic Shelters

We make finding the right shelter and information about domestic violence easier. Instead of searching the Internet, it is all right here. We’ve painstakingly verified information on shelters in LA to shelters in NY, and every domestic violence program in between. If you or a friend is suffering from physical abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse or verbal abuse, this free service can help. Select domestic violence programs based on location, service and language needs. Find 24-hour hotlines in your area, service listings, and helpful articles on domestic violence statistics, signs and cycles of abuse, housing services, emergency services, legal and financial services, support groups for women, children and families, and more.

Welcome to domesticshelters.org. We’re the first and largest online and mobile searchable directory of domestic violence programs and shelters in the U.S. and Canada, and a leading source of helpful tools and information for people experiencing and working to end domestic violence. Our mission is simple: make more people aware of the services available for those experiencing domestic violence and make it faster and easier for victims of domestic violence and their friends/family, as well as program and shelter providers, to quickly find services and information best suited to their location, language and needs.

DomesticShelters.org is a service that is free to the public and is provided and operated by non profit Theresa’s Fund. Contact us and follow us:Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, RSS. A group comprised of authors, academics, researchers, program operators and nationally-recognized domestic violence experts serves on the Advisory Group of DomesticShelters.org.

We welcome you to review our Impact Report, published in August 2016. In it you’ll learn about how Theresa’s Fund came to be in 1992, why Theresa’s Fund launched DomesticShelters.org in August 2014, and the data that has been gathered since to help us understand the positive influence our work is having on people. Theresa’s Fund is an Arizona-based 501(c)3 non-profit charity started in 1992 by Preston V. McMurry, Jr. Originally, and at a time when domestic violence wasn’t yet a headline, Theresa’s Fund focused on changing the landscape of domestic violence services in its home state through grant making, board development and fundraising for Arizona-based organizations like East Valley Child Crisis Center, Sojourner Center, Florence Crittenden, Emerge, UMOM, and West Valley Child Crisis Center. In 2014, it developed the DomesticShelters.org concept as a way to expand its reach to people across the U.S./Canada.

Learn more about the DomesticShelters.org

 

AOPlogoAngels on Patrol supports families in crisis and youth who have either been abused or neglected and/or whose caregivers are facing extreme financial hardship identified by Phoenix and Tempe Police Officers.

Angels on Patrol:
• Has emergency funds available for officers who identify a crisis situation involving youth or families
• Funds recreational and enrichment opportunities for youth

The mission of Angels on Patrol is to:
• Help children and families in crisis who are identified by law enforcement
• Enhance the public’s perception of law enforcement
• Help officers become more than a “band-aid” and positively affect families after the initial crisis has passed.

Due to the nature of their profession, officers often come across horrendous crisis situations. Officers provide immediate assistance and ensure that the situation is stable before leaving. However, many officers have the desire to help families beyond the immediate situation. Angels on Patrol helps officers do this. By helping families and children past their immediate crisis situation, the families and the public have an additional opportunity to see officers as individuals who care about the community they serve.

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MASK LOGOHistory & Mission
MASK MissionThe mission of Mothers Awareness on School-Age Kids is to educate both parents and children about the issues facing our youth today and to empower children to make safe, healthy choices.

What is MASK?
MASK (Mothers Awareness on School-age Kids) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created in 2007 by a group of dedicated mothers who recognized the need to consistently educate families on rapidly changing issues. MASK’s mission is to educate both parents and children about the issues facing our youth and to empower children to make safe, healthy choices. MASK addresses important topics and gives parents the resources they need to communicate with and empower their children. MASK provides “teachable moments,” which can enable parents to open the dialogue on tough issues with their children. Whether a child learns by reading a real-life story or by watching a video testimonial, MASK presents examples of students who were able to turn a negative experience into a lesson from which others can learn.

Why MASK The Magazine?

MASK The Magazine offers parenting solutions for today’s families. We live in a fast-paced, time-deprived world and it’s not easy to keep up with the latest information and trends affecting our children. We want to help you navigate through the school-age years by providing information and solutions about various issues before they even become a problem.MASK The Magazine is a convenient way to receive information about these important matters. Each issue of the award-winning MASK The Magazine tackles a specific topic in-depth and examines how it can affect kids from kindergarten to college. You will learn age-appropriate conversation starters, which can help open the lines of communication between you and your child(ren). MASK The Magazine is packed with advice and will prepare and equip you with the knowledge, resources and decision-making skills to manage the tough challenges head-on. Goal Saving children’s lives by engaging, educating and empowering families.

engage: MASK recognizes that awareness and prevention begin at home, and should be reinforced within the schools and community.
educate: 
MASK takes pride in fostering parent-child communication and education as they grow on relevant topics.
empower: MASK will help equip and prepare families and the community with appropriate knowledge, resources, and decision-making to skills empower parents and youth to make safe, healthy choices.http://www.maskmatters.org

Tri4Cure Logo Tri Scottsdale LogoTri-Scottsdale Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the sport of Triathlon.

Our mission is to promote health and wellness through the growth of the sport of Triathlon in Scottsdale and the surrounding communities.

We do this by increasing awareness of the sport, sponsoring races and athletes and supporting youth development.

Our web site has the most comprehensive local and regional triathlon information compiled in one place and is the portal to everything Tri. And, it’s free. There are no membership fees, forms to fill out or club to join. We are not a team, a club, a coach, a race director, or a vendor, but we do work with a growing list of sponsors to host events or extend offers and discounts to Tri-Scottsdale users.

Tri-Scottsdale Foundation – While we are not race directors, we are putting together a third party event to benefit Susan G. Komen Central and Northern Arizona®.  We also provide charitable donations to underprivileged children and we will provide financial support to select triathletes.

Contact us to learn more about the Tri-Scottsdale Foundation or for sponsor opportunities. http://triforthecureaz.com and http://triscottsdale.org

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Established in 2009, Where Hope Lives, formerly The Rescue Project is a national leader in the rescue, recovery and prevention of human trafficking.

Where Hope Lives is bringing hope to survivors through – Safe housing – Where Hope Lives provides young women with stable, safe and beautiful housing and protection from traffickers.  Professional resources – Where Hope Lives opens the door for young women to become part of a healthy, community of support that provides assistance and resources for managing legal, medical and emotional needs. Life skills – Where Hope Lives teaches young women critical life skills necessary for a successful and independent life, such as communication, conflict resolution, anger management, setting boundaries, and making safe choices. Education – Where Hope Lives provides career counseling, facilitates goal setting and develops high school and college education tracks for these girls while in the program as well as after they graduate.  All resources are provided free of charge  http://www.wherehopelives.org

 

 

Mothers Grace LogoMother’s Grace foundation is dedicated to the support of Mothers and children who have endured life tragedies. By providing financial support and guidance, Mother’s Grace empowers these women to reach their goals of making a difference in their communities by helping others inflicted with similar circumstances.

Mother’s Grace remains committed to healing the world one mother at a time.  Our goal is to create the opportunity and secure funding streams for these specific endeavors. We wish to empower these Mothers to take leadership roles and support their desire to heal, rebuild, and revitalize their communities.

We are a grassroots foundation, bringing forth gifts of time, talent, and funds. We believe the real power of this foundation comes from Mothers who have survived loss and grief and have overcome through faith and perseverance. These Mothers touch the lives of others dealing with similar circumstances in their own communities. Mother’s Grace will support these Mothers in the following ways:

  • MG gives financial support to those in immediate need while trying to deal with the burden of devastating illness/loss, we step in and are able to help with utility bills, medications/testing, or any ancillary service that may support them during their time of need.
  • MG also supports children dealing with the loss/absence of a Mother or in need of a Mother’s mentorship. We currently sponsor a group of African Refugee children with a book club, life skill development, and scholarship support. In addition we have gone to schools/organizations to teach outreach skills to children and sponsor school fundraising that in turn sponsors schools and families in need (IE support for families of the recent natural disasters in the South/Midwest
  • Finally MG awards 4-5 grants per year to Mothers who have transformed their personal tragedy into grace filled action. Through their spiritual journey, and first hand experience they wish to start their own 501c3 organization with an ultimate goal to help others suffering with similar crisis. These grants often help with the start up costs associated with a 501c3. (IE attorney’s fees, accounting, marketing etc.)

Mother’s Grace is a 501c3 foundation. http://mothers-grace.org/index.html