What we do
Free and confidential counseling, advocacy and referral services for women and children affected by domestic violence are provided by culturally and religiously sensitive staff. We work to seek solutions together and assist women and girls to empower themselves so they can become their own best advocates.
Weekly youth group meetings for teenage Muslim girls in a nurturing “safe space” where they learn to cope with personal issues and social pressures they face growing up in America. Youth members develop self-esteem, confidence, leadership and communication skills, the value of social justice, community service and interfaith work through our workshops, trainings and events.
Outreach & Education
We work with community leaders and various community organizations to raise awareness and sensitize them to the impact violence has on women, children, families as well as the larger community. We build on our extensive community contacts for outreach, training, and capacity building.
We provide supervised internship opportunities to aspiring social workers who wish to work with Muslim women and families. In order to overcome the severe shortage of social workers in the Muslim community, we encourage Muslim students to pursue social work as a profession.