Domestic Violence Program

Our Domestic Violence Program provides safe space, and survivor-centered advocacy for survivors to access the resources that they need in order to keep them and their families safe. Our holistic program implements culturally-appropriate services that meet the physical and emotional needs for survivors. In addition, our program approach is based on the strength/empowerment model of advocacy where the survivor’s expertise regarding her life is listened to and honored. These services are designed to facilitate safety and self-sufficiency through self-determination for survivors.

Domestic Violence Services:

    • One-on-one Case Management, which include: safety planning, crisis intervention, referrals to community resources, legal/medical/social services support advocacy, and home-visiting follow-ups

*All of our domestic violence services are free of charge for Hmong women and girls.

If you or someone you know are going through a domestic violence situation, please do not hesitate to contact us. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. We are here to listen and support you in any way that we can. Confidentially is our number one priority as well as your safety.

If you have any questions about our Domestic Violence programs and services, or looking for support, contact our experienced full-time Domestic Violence Advocate/Director of Advocacy, See Moua, at see@hawamke.org or (414) 930-9352.

If you are seeking support outside of our office hours, please contact The Hmong Domestic Violence Helpline 1-877-740-4292.

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