- Referral/Resource Directory: Provides families and individuals of abusive environments with valuable resource information that promotes awareness, prevention and support services
- Child Abuse: National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD
Teen Dating Violence: National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline 1-866-331-9474
- Teen Abuse (1-800-422-4453)
- Domestic Violence – 24/7 Support Line
Agencies and organizations to ensure a continuum of support services for victims and survivors
- The National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).
- For Emergency assistance, please call – 911
- For Non-Emergency assistance,
please contact us at 216-263-6044 for assistance with support, referral and/or resource information.
A support line assistant will return your call within the next 48 hours.
- Support Groups
- Support groups allow women to explore various alternatives to challenging relationships in a supportive and non-judgmental environment. For more information, please contact:
Shelly Hightower at 216-263-6044 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Group and/or Individual Counseling
Group and/or Individual Counseling referral is provided for
victims of sexual and/or domestic violence.
For more information call the
Support Line 216-263-6044.
- Training & Education
- Advocacy Training
- The Registered Advocacy Training program is a collaborative training designed to support the development of leadership skills among faith-based and community leaders as it relates to interpersonal and interfamilial violence. Participants will learn how to provide professional support for victims of sexual and domestic violence under nine topic areas which will allow them to effectively advocate on both the individual and systemic level for victims of domestic violence.
- Training Schedule
Advocacy Training program participants gain core knowledge and skills from selective topic areas that will allow them to effectively advocate on both the individual and systemic level for victims of domestic violence.
On-site Training may be requested by contacting: Shelly Hightower at 216-263-6044.
Registered Advocacy Training Program (RATP):
Tuesdays 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Warrensville Heights Library
4415 Northfield Road
Warrensville Heights, Ohio 44128
To register or receive more information please contact:
Shelly at 216-263-6044 or
- Community Education
- Please contact Natalie Brownlee:
at 216-263-6044 to inquire about Advocacy Training or
Community Education for assistance with your event.
- Additionally, Technical Assistance is also available to help
design and implement specialized events for domestic violence,
sexual assault, teen dating violence, stop the violence,
human trafficking awareness months and more.
- Pneuma Life Foundation will assist faith-based and community individuals
with the development and implementation of coordinated services designed to
assist victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence through education
and resources on a wide range of topic areas.
- Please contact Natalie Brownlee:
- Speakers Bureau
- For more information or to schedule a speaker please contact: Natalie Brownlee at 216-263-6044 or email@example.com.
- Experienced professionals are available upon request who can provide interesting and educational information on a wide range of topics and can come to your organization and/or event.
Pneuma Life Foundation
(has developed the following resources:)
1. A Domestic Violence Resource Directory
2. A Domestic Violence Advocate Training Manual