Everyone has the right to a violence-free life.
That’s why we commit to safety and self-determination for all persons who have been victimized by an intimate partner. We are dedicated to inclusion and non-discrimination in our organization and the community. And we honor the link between intimate partner abuse and other forms of oppression.
We will provide individualized, survivor-centered advocacy that that responds to each person’s unique safety and healing needs.
No person will be denied opportunity for employment, shelter, housing, or participation in programming and services, nor will they be subject to discrimination in any project, program, or activity, on the basis of actual or perceived age, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, familial status, pregnancy, handicap or disability, disabled veteran, Vietnam era veteran, or other protected status.