We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
It is the vision of the Naomi Project to reach into the lives of hurting women and children who are homeless and victims of domestic abuse. It is the goal of The Naomi Project to provide long-term, transitional housing, coupled with life and career-building services to victims of domestic abuse who have become financially disadvantaged after fleeing the home and resources they once shared with their abusers.
Scope of Organizational Programs and Activities
The Naomi Project is designed to address traditional and non-traditional problems homeless victims face. For up to one year, we provide a comprehensive approach to helping victims of homeless domestic abuse. First, we provide a safe environment free from abuse. Second, we provide supportive services such as counseling, coaching, encouragement, transportation, tutoring, financial planning, and life skills. The advanced end of our program helps clients establish independence. They learn to rely on themselves, through education and employment opportunities. When victims transition out of The Naomi Project, they have the freedom of knowing they can live without abuse.
Transitional Housing vs Shelters
Transitional housing is conceived as an intermediate step between emergency crisis shelter and permanent housing. It is more long-term, service-intensive, and private than emergency shelters, but remains time-limited.
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