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I Care You Care Womens Hope CenterI Care You Care Womens Hope Center
MISSION STATEMENT "I Care You Care will work to end the crime of interpersonal domestic violence for women and children, by raising the level of advocacy assistance and empower domestic violence survivors. Our mission is to provide a survivor safe ho... Read more
"I Care You Care will work to end the crime of interpersonal domestic violence for women and children, by raising the level of advocacy assistance and empower domestic violence survivors. Our mission is to provide a survivor safe house, transitional support, crisis intervention counseling and educational awareness to help each survivor build a solid foundation towards sustaining a healthy independent wellbeing".
EIN # 46-3418603
I Care You Care Women's Hope Center is a non- profit corporation designed to provide assistance to the community regarding domestic violence partnership. The purpose of I Care You Care was organized to break the cycle of interpersonal violence by providing an additional survivor safe house and on- going community based non violent alternatives. Services include crisis intervention, emergency shelter, information/referral, liaison between victims and agencies, advocacy, criminal justice system assistance, emergency transportation, provision of necessities ( i.e., food, medication, housing, clothing and supplies) and job placement support. Our programs support and involves battered women of all racial, social, religious and economic groups, ages and lifestyles. Our public awareness/prevention programs work toward social change through in-service face to face screening, evaluation and assistance, while counseling and empowering curriculum practices in parenting services, children, youth programs, support housing and public independent benefits.The facility will be located in south west Atlanta in Fulton County to meet the needs and concerns of the survivors. The facility core values emphasis on building strength, healing, prevention and educational awareness. Resident housing minimum 30-90 per resident program completion.