Monday, December 18, 2017

Services Overview


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCACY

We provide advocacy to victims of domestic violence by assisting them in obtaining community resources, providing financial literacy training, and more

FINANCIAL LITERACY CLASSES

The Hope & Power course provides survivors of Domestic Violence with the financial skills they need to better manage their financial resources. The ten week, 30 hour class covers a variety of topics including budgeting, net worth, credit reports, savings, borrowing, credit, housing, financial aid for education, legal advocacy for victims and employment counseling among other topics.
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TEEN VIOLENCE PREVENTION

We hope to partner with local schools and churches to duplicate the peer-to-peer assembly that we partnered with the South King County Community Network in 2008 which focused on raising awareness of abusive relationships and dating violence.
In addition, we are looking for a teen board of directors to help bring this program to more youth.

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

Kid’s Club is an eight week program designed for children exposed to domestic violence. Children who witness domestic violence learn that it is okay to hurt or be hurt by someone that you love, especially if they make you angry. Kid’s club is a safe place where the children can heal from the exposure to domestic violence and break the cycle of violence.
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VERIZON WIRELESS HOPELINE PROGRAM

This program provides free cell phones, through community domestic violence advocates like us, to those in domestic violence situations in order to help them to find safety.
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COMMUNITY AWARENESS AND PREVENTION

The Jennifer Beach Foundation is a member of the Covington Domestic Violence Task Force and partners with other local community Domestic Violence Task Forces to help educate and enlighten the community about domestic violence. We have participated in events such as the City of Covington’s Purple Light Nights and the Annual Stepping Out for Domestic Violence Walk-A-Thons.