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Service Philosophy
We believe that all individuals are born equal, and everyone should be respected, loved, and have the freedom and autonomy in their intimate and family relationships, without being coerced, controlled, or experiencing fear.
We believe that every person’s life is unique and full of potential. Through active listening, unconditional love, and empathy, individuals can be empowered to learn, change, and grow.
We acknowledge every wounded life, each with its unique journey of recovery, and through a "person-centered" approach to service, we ignite hope and resilience in our clients.
Who We Serve
All victims of intimate partner violence and their families, regardless of nationality, gender, or sexual orientation.
Features of Service
Understanding and Empathy: Striving to understand the victim’s situation, helping to make them feel understood and empathized with.
Person-centered: Not judging the victim, respecting their choices and decisions.
Accompaniment and Empowerment: Accompanying the victim in thinking, deciding, and taking action, enabling them to have a more free and autonomous life.
Advocacy and Speaking Up for Victims: Victims not only lose their right to personal safety in abusive relationships, but they also live in fear and lose much of their freedom and autonomy. We advocate for victims, connect them to relevant resources, and help them regain their rights and freedoms.
What We Do
Case Management Services with Empathy and Understanding
Take time to understand the victim’s experience with intimate partner violence, and discuss strategies and objectives of the perpetrator.
Safety Planning:
Discuss an individualized safety plan with the victim to ensure personal safety and freedom.
Intimate Relationship Counseling
Discuss decisions regarding the relationship’s future and work on improving communication and relationship dynamics between partners.
Accompaniment Services
Accompany the victim to court appearances, to medical appointments, and provide support to reduce anxiety and worries of the victim.
Life Reconstruction
Assist the victim in rebuilding their daily life, routines, and organization, enabling them to begin attending school or work regularly and punctually.
Economic and Employment Support
Assist victims in finding economic support and employment resources.
Psychological Counseling
Care for the victim’s mental and emotional well-being, and when necessary, refer them to psychological counseling to alleviate fear, overcome depression, and regain a sense of self.
Child and Adolescent Witness Support and Referral
Assess the impact of violence on children and adolescents who witnessed it, and refer them to appropriate counseling resources.

Our Programs

High-Risk Case Safety Protection Network Program:

This program combines the efforts of social workers, police, healthcare professionals, and other domestic violence prevention networks to collectively protect the personal safety of high-risk domestic violence cases. 

Da’an and Wenshan District Community Partnership Program:

This program integrates local community resources, establishes strategic alliances, and provides comprehensive services for families with multiple needs. 

Group Activities:

Annually, a variety of group activities are organized for domestic violence victims and their children who have witnessed the abuse. Some of our activities include safety and support groups, outdoor activity groups, parent-child activities, parenting groups, drama groups, stress relief activities, modern women’s clubs, and more.

Campus and Community Awareness:

 Each year, talks or conventions are held on campuses to spread awareness and support for children who have witnessed domestic violence and to engage in community domestic violence prevention initiatives.