Change is Possible
We are a domestic violence program with a unique approach to transforming lives. We provide holistic healing; addressing emotions, mind, body, spirit and relationships. Our services are designed to help women who face Intimate partner violence, and associated concerns such as co-dependence, substance abuse, mental health issues and homelessness. We move survivors of violence from crisis to confidence, from hopelessness to long term change.
Women on the Move Drop-In Support Groups
Providing survivors of dometic violene with education, prevention and intervention while healing, and empowering.
Hours: 9am - 10:30am
Location: Room 101A
In our daily circles, we encourage women to reduce the harm of risky behaviors by taking incremental steps toward healthier life decisions and relationships. Each day, the women encourage each other in finding their own strength and voice. Safety, support, and community are our watchwords. After each session, the women are invited to a special breakfast together from 10:30 - 11am, prepared and served by GLIDE's Daily Free Meals Program.
Monday: Acupuncture for Trauma
Tuesday: Meditation and Stress Reduction
Wednesday: Harm Reduction for Domestic Violence, Codependency and Substance Abuse
Thursday: Healthy Relationships
Friday: Finding Our Voices/Defending Our Lives
Additional Groups and Services
Fun & Activity for Women, Wednesday: 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Songs of Our Ancestors: Healing Thru Negro Spriituals, Wednesday: 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Friends of the Labyrinth, last Thursday of every Month: 5:30pm
Moving Beyond Survival
Changing core beliefs and values, and producing longterm behavior change.
A 6-week, closed support group for women who have consistently participated in the drop-in support groups and are ready to take a closer look at personal histories to get to the root of risky behavioral patterns. This group meets 1 day a week for 2 hours over the course of 6 weeks. To enroll in Moving Beyond Survival, please contact Talilah at 415.674.6027.
What is Domestic Violence?
1 in 3 women report being physically or sexually abused by a husband, boyfriend or girlfriend at some point during their lives.
More than 32 million Americans are affected by domestic violence each year.
Domestic violence is the leading cuase of injury of women.
Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner. Abuse is emotional, verbal, sexual, financial, stalking, physical or psychological actions or threats of actions that influence another person. This includes any behaviors that frighten, intimidate, terrorize, manipulate, hurt, humiliate, blame, injure or wound someone. Domestic violence can happen to anyone regardless of race, age, sexual orientation, income level, religion or gender. Intimate partner violence can happen with couple’s who are married, living together or who are dating. Additionally, transgender’s experience violence at the same rate and are also vulnerable to the lack of social service support, from police, hospitals and shelters.