Help victims of domestic violence take back control of their lives

If you are in immediate danger, call 911

If you are experiencing domestic violence or know someone who needs help

Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline


Our mission

House of Ann’s mission is to help domestic violence victims get social community services that will help them and their children achieve a safe and healthy lives through support networks.

House of Ann is an informational center that will provide women and their children with vital information on how to secure safe housing, financial assistance, full-time employment, legal services and achieve their educational goals.

Our focus is to work with other organizations that will help empower women, restore their confidence, renew their minds, and repair their broken spirits.

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1 in 4 women in the United States have experienced severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime

Domestic violence is aggressive behavior of one partner toward another in an effort to gain and maintain control. Domestic violence can be verbal, physical, sexual, or psychological and will leave devastating emotional and physical scars. Women who experience domestic violence need encouragement and support to begin their journey to a safer life.

More than 15 million children witness domestic violence each year in the United States

Children who are around domestic violence are affected too, even if they are never directly abused. They suffer severe emotional and psychological damage. Without proper counseling, children can believe domestic violence is normal leading to the repeated cycles of violence in their adult lives. These residual consequences have damaging effects in the child’s life.

How we will help

House of Ann information center will direct women and their children to organization that offers intensive therapeutic programs for self-recovery. The therapeutic services will encompass sessions with the mom and child(ren), a Clinical Psychologist, or a Clinical Social Worker. The social worker will diagnose and treat behavioral and emotional problems that the children are experiencing.

As an advocate, the goal is to enhance their well-being and help with their needs through adjusting to changes and challenges in their lives.

Together, we can end this violent legacy.

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If you are in immediate danger, call 911

If you are experiencing abuse or know someone who is, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline


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