The Solution we are expanding! We are building long-term suites on our Campus to expand our program and match the needs of our community and the survivors and children we serve. The property's purchase price is 100,000, and we have funding for 65,000. Our survivors will then move from The Pearl Safe House into the Transitional Housing for a longer term to continue their journey. We ask for your donations to purchase the property and build Hope House.
We provide a holistic approach for our clients: Body, Soul, Spirit. Our intensive aftercare program engages with the whole person. We focus on returning our clients to a full sense of self and well-being.
What Is Your Voice, Inc. targets rehabilitation and community reintegration in all of its forms by utilizing a multi-focused strategy. By forming bridges of encouragement for those experiencing isolation and bringing them back to a sense of community, and by supporting clients experiencing financial lack, we assist our clients in finding a foothold for economic self-sufficiency.
Additionally, we work with trauma, PTSD, cPTSD, as well as assist with creating a person-centered treatment plan to focus on skills and life goals which often include housing, education, and employment.
What Is Your Voice, Inc is tireless in our mission to address domestic violence but we also know we are also addressing homelessness, addiction, poverty, and human trafficking in Sussex County.
That’s why we also work with local agencies and partner with victim service providers, everyday volunteers, and other community resources to end the cycle of violence in Sussex County, and one day, all of Delaware.
What is Your Voice is currently focused on the lack of transitional housing for our survivors to relocate after they graduate from out phase one of our program in The Pearl Safe House. We are purchasing the empty lot adjacent to our WIYV Campus. We will then fundraise to build additional low-income transitional housing addressing the critical lack of affordable housing for our survivors and children.