Every day IPMW works with women who are ready to move out of violent histories into flourishing futures. We have found that experiences of sexual assault and domestic violence are often at the root of why women end up in prison. Coping with the experience of violence leads to substance abuse, the economic instability that leads to theft and fraud, loss of children, and mental health concerns. Some women are even incarcerated for their attempts to fight back against their abusers. IPMW believes that women can only live their best lives and enact their best futures when they are given tools to heal from these experiences.
IPMW Chaplaincy Services takes a holistic approach to healing. We offer a wide variety of services that address women’s healing at the mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical levels because all of those have been shown to impact recovery from traumatic events domestic violence.
To address histories of abuse in 2018, IPMW Chaplaincy Services has offered:
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Please help us continue these services by donating to IPMW today.
Every dollar you donate will help women move out of violent pasts into the bright futures they are beginning to imagine for themselves.
Ministry for Women
112 S. Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
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