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domestic violence resources

Abuse is not your fault and there is help for battered men. If you need help, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or text “START” to 88788.


Most of us are faced with decisions that may cost our families freedom. Domestic violence and abuse is a pattern of threatening, controlling, degrading, forceful, and violent behavior.  Let your voice be heard, contact us today.

Programs Offered

Abuse against men happens in heterosexual and same sex relationships. Men from all cultures and ways of living can experience abuse, regardless of age or profession. Men are less likely to get help, though.

Building Tools

One of the major building tools is balancing work, home and setting healthy boundaries. Through our building tools program, our families will have the necessary tools needed to help change the way society thinks and how we raise our families.

Life Coaching

Through Life Coaching, we can help serve as guides, mentors, and support units. Together we can give our families the proper tools necessary to survive and succeed in today’s world.

Anger Management

Anger management can help families reduce both emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes. Anger can be managed by Identifing and correcting negative thought patterns.

Stress Management

Managing stress can help families lead a more balanced, healthier life. Stress is a normal part of everyone’s life.  It is natural to feel stress, anxiety, and grief. Through our program we want to help familes deal with stressful situations. 

Financial Awareness

Financial awarencess is the road to success. Through proper budgeting, families gain the necessary tools needed to becoming self-sufficient, so that financial stability can be accomplished. 

Safe Haven

With your donations, in situations where the abused feel as though their families life, mental health and / or well being is compromised we want to provide them with a safe haven for them to readjust.

Uncover the Whole Story

There is not a single definition for domestic violence. It can take on several forms with a range of behaviors such as:

  • Physical abuse
  • Social Media abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Emotional abuse.
  • Economic abuse 
  • Psychological abuse

One in five women experienced domestic abuse as well as one in seven men.

As grandparents, we are faced with very difficult choices. Either we report the abuse and have the child removed from the home and placed in some form of government facility or we take on the fight to have them placed in our care for safeguard.

Not often do we consider the third option, which is suppling parents with the necessary tools needed to help them become a happy healthy family.

There are many forms of abuse and behind each abuse is a reason why.  Helf us find the why so that together we can unite familes instead of tearing apart families.

Making a change that works for all

In order for change to take place, we have to do the work. Part of doing the work is taking a stand to help make senses out of a senseless acts.

Help your Community build family unity

You can’t fix it by yourself, as we all know, it takes a village to raise a family and a village to make change.

Join the fight for their rights