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Victim's Advocate/Brand Ambassador

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Women Helping Encouraging Women

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What Does a Victim Advocate Do?

Victim advocates support victims of crime as they deal with the financial, legal, medical, and emotional impact of their experiences. Working with investigators, lawyers, and other criminal justice professionals, victim advocates attempt to carry out the law so it serves those it protects.

These professionals help victims cope with stress and navigate the criminal justice system. This work involves counseling, social work, one-on-one services, and practical support for victims and witnesses. Victim advocates may also help advance state legislation to support victims’ rights.

These professionals often find their roles rewarding, but they also face challenges. For example, hearing about violent crimes may shock them and fray their emotions. Victim advocates must put aside their own feelings and biases to empathize with their clients. They also need to find and access resources, which are sometimes scarce, to help their clients meet practical needs.

When Working with Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault/Rape, and Child Victim's you must be able to empathize, be able to work as a team, and be ready to solve problems through advocacy, and counseling!

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About Women Helping Encouraging Women


P.O Box 254, Toledo, OH 43697, US

Mission Statement

Women Helping Encouraging Women aka WHEW, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Non-profit Corporation serving the Greater Ohio community, and the Virgin Islands. We're committed to advocating for, and assisting Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Child Victim's.


W.H.E.W, Inc. emerged from an African-Caribbean woman born on the beautiful island of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands now residing in Toledo, OH. This woman and her mother both are Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victims. Some of what helped them move from Victims to Survivors was loved ones, peers, and love for music, and dancing! The organization itself has been in existence since 2017, but the Founder of W.H.E.W, Inc. and her mother over the years have opened their hearts, and homes to other victims, and aspire to open a home one day for Victims, Survivors, and their child(ren).

Currently, W.H.E.W, Inc. organizes drives during Hurricane season to help out the islands, Turkey giveaways and have support groups online, and in person. They are assisted by their youth counterparts name T.I.K. Teens Inspiring Kids which was formed by the Founder's children to assist their peers. Her kids are frequently with her when out in the community volunteering, and giving back, from seeing their mother so active in helping others the kids one day approached their mother with the idea, and she happily assisted them in implementing T.I.K. They have assisted their Principal, and Toledo Police to safely return their peers that have run away by listening and collecting necessary information.

One of WHEW's biggest events that be inaugurated in June 2020 when the organization launches Glass City Caribbean Carnival. It will be a day of Fun and Liberation in the City of Toledo, and we will need all the help we can get.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Crisis Support
Justice & Legal


We'll work with your schedule.


P.O Box 254ToledoToledo, OH 43697



  • Youth Services
  • Family Therapy
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Mental Health
  • Counseling / Mental Health
  • Crisis Counseling


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 25
  • Orientation or Training
  • Minimum 1-year requirement.
  • Please state which role you're interested in: Victim's Advocate or Therapist/Counselor.

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