Who We Are
HIS Daughters House was established in 2016, and made grassroots connections within various sectors such as; spiritual institutions, non-profits, government agencies, for-profit companies, healthcare organizations, and educational institutions, as well as other community groups and assemblies to provide a robust resource network within Riverside County. This network allowed HDH an opportunity to assess the gaps in resources and provide the leverage needed to offer a safety-net program to assist survivors of Domestic Violence.
As an outcome of the assessment, Project Hope DV, Rapid Rehousing Program was designed to assist our target population.
As the mission of HDH is to build long lasting reciprocated relationships with our clients, we offer internships, training, and volunteer opportunities that connect them with incoming clients that may benefit from their relatable support and guidance. This cycle is HDH’s idea of an effective reciprocated mentorship model of women helping women.
Operating within an equity lens, HDH takes care to promote diversity and inclusivity among our clients as we feel this is an effective way to address needs on a larger scale. Therefore, HDH leans on community resources and support to ensure the most vulnerable of our clients are supported, protected, and provided a fair opportunity to thrive. Ultimately, services are rendered equally regardless of gender, sexual orientation, language, disability, ethnicity, religious preferences, and socioeconomic status; with an overall objective of developing culturally relevant and non-traumatizing community-based referrals and linkages.
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