Sad Girl in the Window

 

A Refuge of Hope, Restoration & Recovery

"As the clay is in the potter's hand, so are you in My hand." Jeremiah 18:6

Non-Residential Support Services

We provide a sanctuary in which clients can begin addressing and healing from the trauma of domestic abuse. Services may include:

  • Support groups

  • Healing with yoga

  • Basic life skills

  • Case management

  • Goal setting&advocacy

  • Economic empowerment

  • Information & referral services

  • Danger assessment

  • Safety planning

  • Clothing bank. 

Prevention and Education Program

Eagles Wings provides community awareness and educational outreach through the use of:

  • literature & presentations

  •  health fairs

  • informational booths and community events 

 

Our educational program is designed to raise awareness and understanding of the victimization of women and their children. We provide training on:

  • the dynamics of domestic violence

  • teen dating violence

  •  healthy relationships 

  • the impact of trauma 

All free to businesses or organizations interested in our services.  We believe that education is key to an increased understanding and prevention of Domestic Violence.

       

To schedule a presentation for your organization, please call Eagles Wings office at 863.617.6259

Spiritual Support

We are a non-denominational, Christian-based program. No clients are required to believe what we believe, but they are encouraged to draw on their faith for strength and healing. We offer them the opportunity to heal spiritually through weekly bible study. Our goal is to empower women by equipping them with options, allowing them to make their own decisions, and supporting them along their journey of healing.

Community Outreach

  • Eagles Wings is a CUT IT OUT Trainer. CUT IT OUT trainers are domestic violence professionals who visit schools, salons, and other approved locations to conduct one-hour seminars. These seminars provide domestic violence information and how to respond to someone who may be a victim of abuse.

  • Clergy & Faith-based leaders- Many people rely on the support of their faith community when facing life challenges. We are here to offer training for clergy and lay leaders to understand the dynamics of Domestic Violence and be prepared to support those dealing with abuse while holding the safety of the victims and their children as a priority.