As the effects of the covid-19 pandemic continues within our community, we are seeing growing concern for families and small businesses. Cleone's Closet provides food and other services for those in need, especially during times of crisis.
Donations of money are needed at this time, while Cleone's Closet continues to work with local food banks. Click below for the donation link,
Cleone's Closet is also in need of these supplies:
-Non perishable foods
-10x14' Shed to store items at Freida's Healing Center
-Fencing materials for a community garden that will benefit our clients and Cleone's Closet Food Pantry
-Plants (vegetables, fruit, flowers)
If you are able to donate, please contact Mable Dunbar @ 509-998-5332
We want to thank WHEN'S newest supporters: Mike P., the owner of Maaco Spokane, and Yolanda, shop manager, for your generous donation in painting our organization's truck!! Purple is the color for Domestic Violence Prevention and we are proud to bring awareness to our community.
If you are currently experiencing an emergency please call 911.
If you need to talk to someone about a current domestic violence situation, the National domestic violence hotline number is: 800 799-7233
If you are ready to leave an abusive home and would like information, please call:
Through the generosity of people like you, our work has made a difference in the lives of thousands around the world. Your gift to The Women’s Healing & Empowerment Network allows us to enrich lives through our healing centers, conferences, emergency services and training programs.
We consult with and assist both secular and religious organizations to establish policies and procedures that can help prevent child abuse, protect victims, and hold perpetrators accountable for their actions. It is our vision that individuals accessing the programs and services offered and supported by WHEN will:
The escalation of emotional and mental disorders resulting from unresolved issues connected with child abuse, domestic violence, and related abuse are prevalent in many Christian families and communities. People with strong religious beliefs often stay longer in abusive relationships because it gets mixed up with their faith beliefs.
Treatment of families experiencing violence and abuse requires integrating the needs of the whole person. Thus, the importance of developing a shared understanding and cooperation between secular and religious helpers to deal with family violence cannot be emphasized too strongly.
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