Organizations Of The Human Development Alabama State University Research

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Description of Organization
Organzization Description
Aaliyah Davis, Aaliyah Prince, Je’Cye Sloan, Diamond Mabson, Brishonda Holcombe
Alabama A&M University
Professor Fischle
Discuss the history of your organization.
The Dwelling Place is a growing family of 4 specialized programs delivering professional counseling, skills-building, training and prevention services to over 40 children and battered women each year in Essex and surrounding communities.
Founded 2013, in Huntsville Al, by: Diamond A Mabson, Aaliyah Davis, Aaliyah C Prince, Je’Cye Sloan, and Brishonda Holcombe. The Dwelling Place is a non-profit community based counseling and battered women agency. Every day, we help children, adults and families transform their lives for the better through the provision of innovative counseling, skills-building, training and prevention services. No other agency offers our wide range of specialized services for all ages.
Who does your agency serve?
The Dwelling Place serves women who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. We serve these women and their children in a discrete location. Upon arriving at our facility we assist our clients with their belongings and getting accustomed to their new living facility. After getting our clients settled we will acclimate the women we serve with all staff, and important personnel. Ultimately, we strive to ensure that our clients are safe, healthy, and happy with our facility.
How many people does your agency serve?
Where are you located?
The Dwelling Place is an agency that serves battered women. Our goal is to make sure our clients are in a safe position at all times. Therefore, we are very discreet with our location. We are located in Huntsville, Alabama. However, In consideration of our clients here at The Dwelling Place we have two separate locations; while practicing discretion we only provide outsiders with our office address which is: 100 Crosscircle Bl...


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