Thanks to our Culturally Specific Services Program (CSSP) Grant from the Office of Violence Against Women under the U.S. Department of Justice, we are now offering services to survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault, and stalking. These services include, but are not limited to:
One-on-one, woman-to-woman, support and guidance from a fellow immigrant and refugee certified life coach. They will assist in the identification of your values and goals, and help you reach them. All sessions are confidential and free for survivors! We match you with a coach who understands your culture and language so you can focus on surviving and thriving. Interpretation and childcare are available.
Share your personal stories of survival with a few other women who have experienced a similar situation. Learn what helped them, or share what helped you! Your story matters! For survivors only.
For women who are in currently in crisis situations, we match them with the agencies that can assist with their emergent needs such as: filing for Protection From Abuse (PFAs) and other important legal matters, transportation and accompaniment to Crisis Intervention, temporary shelter, and health clinics. We also offer referrals for all of our clients for other needs including counseling, food pantries, english language classes, and much more.
For more information about our current services for survivors, please consult our updated brochure found here: PAIRWN – Life Coaching Brochure