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Support, Education, Empowerment & Directions (SEEDs)

SEEDs is a community-based program that provides transitional safe homes to address the unmet needs of battered and sexually abused women in recovery, including single women and women reuniting with their children. Women remain in the residences for up to two years. Services: case management, support groups, healthcare for uninsured, job training, legal services, mentoring & writing groups.

Program Population

Women with co-occuring issues: domestic violence/sexual abuse/addiction.

Program Capacity

50 women a year.

Start Date Year
Curriculum Published

National Advocacy & Training Network
P.O. Box 51357
Phoenix, AZ 85076
United States