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. We are here to listen and support you in any way that we can. YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

Domestic Violence Services:

  • Safety planning;
  • Crisis intervention;
  • Referrals to community resources;
  • Legal/medical/social services support advocacy; and
  • Home-visiting follow-ups;

Confidentially and safety is our number one priority. If you or someone you know would like more information, do not hesitate to contact at (414) 930‑9352.

*All of our domestic violence support services and advocacy are free of charge

Hauv Koj Xibteg

Thov siv koj lub sijhawm tseem ceeb nrog peb nyob kom tag 5:30PM-7:00PM. Lub sijhawm no hu ua Hauv Koj Xibteg. Lub homphiaj yog rau peb cov vivncaus thiab pojniam Hmoob los sib txhawb. Siv lub sij hawm sib pab, txhawb siab, thiab ntaus kev phoojywg. Tuaj nyob uake hais lus txhawb siab thiab muab tswvyim. Txhob tso siab tas tas rau lwm tus. Npaj yus tus kheej kom muaj peev xwm zuj zus.

Please join us from 5:30 PM-7:00 PM. Hauv Koj Xibteg is a space created to build community and sisterhood for Hmong Womyn. We believe in empowering our sisters/womyn to reach self determination. When you believe in yourself, you can achieve your goals.

HMONG AMERICAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, INC.

The Hmong American Women’s Association (HAWA), Inc. is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1993 by a group of thirteen community women who had a strong passion to advocate, organize and share concerns reflected by women in the larger Hmong community.

24‑Hour Hmong Family Strengthening Helpline: 1‑877‑740‑4292

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