Women Called Moses was created to be an underground railroad for survivors of domestic violence. We seek to prevent and end the cycles of domestic violence through education, research, resources, and advocacy programs which are provided to individuals, families, communities, corporations, and coalition non-profit agencies throughout the United States.
We provide an emergency safe haven for survivors and their children fleeing abusive environments. The guiding principle of Women Called Moses is “Safety First!” Survivors are given the assistance they need to be safe and the guidance to rebuild their lives.
Women Called Moses’ Court Advocacy Service assists survivors of domestic violence with obtaining immediate and long-term legal protections. Our organization has bilingual (Spanish and English) legal court advocates that assist survivors. Se habla español.
Women Called Moses advocates for hundreds of survivors of domestic violence year after year. That is why we are committed to partnering with dozens of counselors and mental health organizations that offer crisis counseling and support to residents of Dallas County.
Turning Point presents the Inaugural Purple Diamond Banquet, an event when the city unites against domestic violence by raising awareness and providing financial support for this year’s featured organization, Women Called Moses. Keynote Speaker: Debra Bowles, CEO of Women Called Moses General Admission: $50 VIP Seating: $100 Table of 10: $400 Parking includes with each […]READ MORE
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