The mission of Brighter Tomorrows is to empower survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
From the inception of Brighter Tomorrows in 1989 to today, facilities have grown to include:
Two emergency shelters
Outreach Center which provides legal advocacy, support groups, counseling, children's services, community education, referrals for housing, employment and child care.
Three thrift stores which raise operating money for agency services and provide household goods and other necessities for agency clients.
A Transitional Housing Program which houses up to 22 families.
Non-Resident Services include: 24-hour crisis hotline, individual counseling, support groups, legal advocacy, parenting classes (English and Spanish), life skills classes and community education and prevention classes.