Women Called Moses was created to be an underground railroad for survivors of domestic violence. We seek to prevent and end the cycles of domestic violence through education, research, resources, and advocacy programs which are provided to individuals, families, communities, corporations, and coalition non-profit agencies throughout the United States.
To end domestic violence and its impact on the confidence, hopes and dreams of women and children living in underserved communities. Build preventive infrastructures that provides access for the human capital and aspirations of children in these communities to be successful.
80% of homeless women and kids reported that they previously experienced domestic violence safehousingpartnerships.org
63% of unmet survivors’ request were for emergency shelter
60% of perpetrators of intimate partner violence (IPV) also abuse their children
Save Her Life
Save Her Dream
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS THE 3RD LEADING CAUSE OF HOMELESSNESS AMOUNG FAMILIES.
OVER 3 MILLION CHILDREN WITNESS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THEIR HOMES EACH YEAR.
Imagine Fleeing an Abusive Partner Only To Be Turned Away at Your Local Shelter due to Lack of Space.
Over 1100 women who are victims of domestic violence are turned away and unserved due to lack of shelter or available resources each month. Women in the Dallas Southern Sector especially experience a resource desert. The WCM #1000SAFENIGHTS Program is a 1st Step Solution for these women and children in crisis and fleeing abuse. We provide safe shelter for $75 p/night for an average of 3-7 nights until long-term transitional housing can be provided. Each #1000SAFENIGHTS tier funding goal reached serves an additional 250-300 clients/family units per year.