Our Mission

To empower and improve women's self-confidence through self-development, counseling, financial assistance free from domestic violence. Objective: To strengthen the families through training programs, workshops; and provide assistance with supportive living extended-stay apartments.


Our organization was created to provide channels and opportunities for those who are suffering from the effects of domestic violence. WEW was also created to provide a partnership with the community and services geared towards assisting victims of domestic violence, empower, support and provide transitional housing and supportive living programs for families coming from emergency shelters that need extended housing free from domestic violence. Vision: To assist families of domestic violence with extended-stay housing and provide strong support programs that will build strong families.


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WEW Foundation


National Domestic Violence Hotline

1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

"Hopes Door"

24 Hour Hotline  (972) 276-0057 

(972) 442-2911

Genesis Women's Shelter & Support

Hotline: (214) 946-4357

Business: (214) 389-7700

The Family Place

Hotline: (214) 941-1991

Business: (214) 559-2170

Salvation Army Domestic Violence Program

Hotline: (214) 424-7208

Since 1993


Men, Women, and Children will be counseled during their crisis and will be given advice, instruction, and directions on how to make a better judgment regarding issues such as self-esteem, self-control, judge of character, sense of courage, the forgiveness of guilt and shame, and how to overcome self-blame. Many victims feel like they have no choice, recourse, or options WEW’s facilities and website will be used to reach out to all the women of all walks of life who suffer alone and in silence. Children will be given. It is their civil and human right to live a life free from violence and peace.



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