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Every 9 seconds in the US a woman is assaulted or beaten.”
— Bureau of Justice Statistics

Our Mission

Our mission is to help and empower women by providing quality services specifically tailored for domestic violence clients taking them from victims to survivors.


I’ve come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that’s as unique as a fingerprint – and that the best way to succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to offer it to others in the form of service.”
— Oprah Winfrey

Our STORY

Love Equals Me was founded in 2018. Empirical data reflects that women in inner cities and rural areas remain largely underserved. We provide free counseling and empowerment classes to women of low-income backgrounds who experienced abuse and trauma making certain no woman is left behind. We also work closely with our community leaders to train them on how to better assist clients who are experiencing intimate partner violence. Love Equals Me partners with religious organizations in communities of color to help, empower, advocate, and educate.


Not everyone can be famous, but everybody can be great because greatness is determined by service.”
— Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

METHODS

  • Advocate.

  • Educate.

  • Free Counseling.

  • Community Outreach.

  • Mental Health Awareness.

  • Working with people to bring about positive changes in programs at the local, state, and federal levels.



WHAT WE DO

  • Provide free counseling to abused women in underserved communities.

  • Serve all women including those who are immigrants, non-English speakers, low-income, elderly, women with disabilities, etc.

  • Support programs in our community aimed at increasing domestic violence prevention and intervention.

  • Workforce development and empowerment programs.

  • Ask our elected officials to provide funding for programs established by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).

  • Partner with agencies, religious organizations, and women's groups to spread awareness, train staff, and prevent violence.