We aim to help families
become self sufficient through resources and education.

We aim to help families, youth, and women of Domestic Violence and Homelessness become self sufficient through resources and education.

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Getting Help

Domestic violence is the establishment of control and fear in a relationship through physical, sexual, emotional, and/or financial abuse. While they certainly want the abuse to stop, many women choose to stay in abusive relationships because they do not want their relationship to end. Women often remain in, or return to, abusive relationships because their partners threaten to harm them and their loved ones if they attempt to leave. Commonly, women choose to leave when they become convinced that their life is at risk or that their children are in danger.
At our Shaquille Clark Foundation, you will find advocates who will listen to your experiences without judgement and who will offer you options and support while you make choices for yourself and your family.

Our Causes

Getting Help

Our Shaquille Clark Foundation operates a 24-hour domestic and dating violence hotline. Calling 4706297987 can be the first step toward a safer life. If you are in an abusive relationship, please call to speak with an advocate. If you suspect that someone you know is living in an abusive relationship, please let her know that you are concerned for her safety and encourage her to contact us. Services are free and calls are confidential.

Our Mission

We Are On A Mission To
Help The Helpless

Shaquille Clark Foundation’s mission is to assist women and children who are victims of homelessness, domestic violence, including emotional, economic, sexual and physical abuse. The agency provides resources for emergency and transitional housing, emotional support, and a diversified continuum of services focused on safety, empowerment, and self-sufficiency. Through community partnerships, Shaquille Clark Foundation raises awareness, provides services, and educates community members about domestic violence.