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We believe our mission matters. Our actions follow our belief. Lives are changed.
How can you help a friend wanting to leave an abusive relationship? Be a supportive safe place. Allow her to keep these things at your place:
Extra set of house and car keys
Pay-as-you-go cell phone
Pictures and sentimental items
Several changes of clothes for her and her children
You can also support by supporting the domestic violence shelters and safe houses nearest you as well as supporting us. We each have a role we can play in helping the hurting...
To stay free, she needs assistance.
The Montgomery County Family Justice Center (FJC) remains open throughout the pandemic and continues to provide services. The FJC can be reached by telephone at 240-773-0444 or by email at email@example.com. The Montgomery County Crisis Center is open 24/7 and can be reached at 240-777-4000.
She needs love. She needs hope.
Towels for Tears is here to help her when she's ready to move to permanent housing.
There were at least 699 family households experiencing homelessness in Maryland in 2018. Another 660 families in Virginia and 924 families in D.C.*
Families experiencing homelessness are similar to other families, but without a home to live in. They have the same needs as you and I. That’s where non-profits like Towels for Tears steps in to help.
Towels for Tears was founded in 2017 for the purpose of loving and helping those who are hurting. They’ve been positively impact the lives of those starting over from traumatic and life changing circumstances through the delivery of every day necessities. Bed linens, towels, comforters, personal hygiene provided free of charge provide comfort and hope to families in their time of need.
You CAN help the hurting. Please consider donating or supporting Towels for Tears as they continue to be love in action and bring comfort to the hurting.
* According to United States Interagency Council of Homelessness. https://www.usich.gov/homelessness-statistics/dc