Shepherd’s Door Domestic Violence Resource Center is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, organization that bridges the gap between victims in crisis and the system that is designed to help victims. We take a trauma informed approach to meet the safety, physical, economic and emotional needs of our constituents. It can be extremely hard for survivors of domestic violence to get the assistance needed in time of crisis. We recognize the impact of domestic violence on society. We work hard to meet the needs of victims of abuse and increase community awareness and understanding of the cycle of violence. Shepherd’d Door is committed to the cause of domestic violence and determined to do our part in breaking the cycle of domestic violence in families.
Is to break the cycle of domestic violence in families through education, empowerment and direct rescue intervention for safety.
We believe all family members have a right to safety where they reside and in the community.
We recognize that the inequality of women contributes to domestic and family violence.
We aim for high standards of accountability, transparency and service delivery.
We strive to work collaboratively and constructively.
We anticipate that the lives of survivors will change.
We believe all individuals are valued regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, class, age, country of origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, religion or ability. Respect is reflected in the way we treat our clients and ourselves.
We value the ideas, beliefs, opinions and decisions of others, whether or not we agree with them.
Our overall goal is for every participant in the program to leave feeling they are not alone. We are there to support, restore self-esteem and self-confidence while establishing safety, and healing of trauma.