My Sister's Lighthouse .org

Resources and Services for Survivors

Mission Statement

The purpose of My Sister's Lighthouse is to:

1) Each one reach One
Encourage one victim to another on how to survive the abuse of their past. 

2) Expanding on opportunities to enhance the mind, body, and spirit, by providing abuse prevention information, workshops and presentations within the community.

3) Creating dialog to change negative behavior to build strong children, strong families, and strong communities.

4) Utilize support services, outreach and referral resources.

MY SISTER'S LIGHTHOUSE RECEIVES NO OUTSIDE GOVERNMENTAL FUNDING. ANY DONATIONS TO HELP OUR CAUSE IS VERY MUCH APPRECIATED. YOU CAN DONATE BY SIMPLY CLICKING ON THE DONATE BUTTON BELOW. 

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My Sister’s Lighthouse

  My Sister’s Lighthouse Resource Center , Inc .a non-profit organization provides information, skills and support to people living in violence.  We bring awareness about the effects that domestic violence & sexual abuse has on women and their families. Recognizing the need for these services, My Sister’s Lighthouse, Inc. started with one group located in Newark, New Jersey and two volunteer staff members.

 

Vision- To broaden the awareness of domestic violence and sexual abuse by bringing people together building networks through support, education, and training. 

Mission- To promote spiritual and psychological strength by breaking the silence of domestic violence and sexual assault in our community.  To encourage eliminating barriers while striving towards healthy relationships by learning to manage personal conflicts

 

My Sister’s Lighthouse Resource Center, Inc. is the beacon of light to serve this community by creating programs that will bring forth the maximum benefit of other beacons’ of light flourishing through community awareness and teaching the knowledge of empowerment.  Our facilitators and/trainers are dedicated to breaking the silence for we know that people who live in violent households experience child abuse and neglect, mental health issues, unemployment, chronic incarceration and homelessness.

can and does exist in both males and females.