The mission of Women Are Dreamers Too Inc.

To break the vicious cycle of poverty among women and foster sustainable economic self-sufficiency by providing micro-enterprise technical training, job skills training, financial education, and counseling.


ur focus is especially on improving the lives of women who are victims of domestic violence or are under-served. Moreover, we support poor women who wish to take charge of their own financial destiny by helping them to become entrepreneurs. 

Women Are Dreamers Too is focused on improving the lives of:

All women
Women who are victims of domestic violence
Women entrepreneurs


he organization creates economic opportunities for women (especially women who are victims of domestic violence) through employment, micro-enterprise technical training utilizing the Keynesian multiplier model.

The technical educational initiative is a conservative one that demands of all women to develop as social entrepreneurs, in order to break the vicious cycle of poverty, inter-generational cycle of violence, economic dependency, and move towards sustainable self-reliance.

Conservatism here simply requires of these women to be thrifty in their economic decision-making in order to conserve for unforeseen contingencies.

It is our sincere believe that through the creation of female micro-entrepreneurs WADT will help foster sustainable economic independence among women. UR FOCUS: WADT Inc. realizes that in addition to the risks and obstacles faced by all poor people, poor battered women face additional batterer-generated risks, of abject poverty and homelessness. We further realize that the children (innocent by-standers) also suffer similar fate. Hence our focus:


  • Income creation for battered women and their children through business creation and employment generation.
  • Strengthen the capacity for self-help for all women through the creation of micro entrepreneurs
  • To strengthen positive self-image for abused victims and their children
  • To provide financial education for abused women and their children
  • To provide asset building for abused women and children
  • To strengthen academic instruction medicine on teaching family violence prevention.
  • To promote basic freedoms through entrepreneurship, technology use, group counseling for abused victims and their children
  • To improve childcare/middle school coordination, data collection system, planning and disseminate academic program that promotes after school program, high school graduation, college preparation and short-term shelter to victims of violence and their children
  • Provide economic opportunity for women both nationally and internationally through export. 
  • Provide relieve in emergencies, like child care services, shelter, food, clothing etc. 
  • Provide technical assistance, financial assistance for startup ventures for all women, especially women in our target group.
  • Provide a means of networking with other nonprofit organizations that address domestic violence on one hand and create economic opportunities for victims of domestic violence.
  • To keep all women abreast of all policies, both public and private affecting their day-to-day lives, including but not limited to domestic violence, economic opportunities for victims of domestic violence and their children.




In line with innovative models that serve Latino communities throughout the country, La Familia's goal is to identify and rebuild the lives of families affected in the South East Region by domestic violence.

The program addresses all aspects of domestic violence in the Latino community through prevention and intervention services for the entire family. A bilingual and bi-cultural team works with families and communities to understand and change the cultural practices and beliefs that contribute to domestic abuse.
Services include crisis counseling; safety planning, family interventions, support and assistance with immigration, legal issues and the schools are provided in Spanish and English.

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