The Pearl Safe House
“Staying at the Pearl Safe House program helped me to work harder towards my diploma, getting my truck.
I worked so hard for my kids and me to have more mommy time together.”
“I wouldn’t have come this far with my addiction, it is all gone,
and my kids see a big change in mommy. I thank you for everything I am a whole new person.”
” Being excepted in The Pearl Safe House Program has been something like a new birth. One of the most important things I was taught while in the pearl is about safe boundaries and healthy relationships.”
“This experience gave me independence, confidence, self-awareness. I’ve been taught we can not live in the past.”
” The Program is an umbrella of protection, a positive road to travel to find your self, a safe place to grow, to be empowered and to empower.”
– Testimonies from our Survivors
Mission Statement and Objective
What is Your Voice, Inc. Peer Support Advocates empower women and children to live violence free lives. Our objective is reducing the risk of women or children repeating the cycle of violence or fleeing from violent homes becoming a statistic of poverty, homelessness, addiction or human trafficking. We provide a Holistic approach of healing through our intensive aftercare for the whole person Body, Soul, Spirit. While breaking the societal cycle of violence within Sussex County, Delaware.
Our Holistic Focus
The focus is a Holistic view of the initial needs of victims in full crisis providing PFA support in the journey through the courts or requiring our Holistic long-term care. Targeting stabilization in all forms, removal of isolation for community connection, empowerment, and economic self-sufficiency. Addressing financial lack, health needs, isolation, TRAUMA, PTSD, educational direction or employment, housing needs for temporary shelter costs and entrance into rental situations.
We are addressing homelessness, addictions, poverty and human trafficking impacting the survivors of violence within Sussex County. These factors drive women and children back to the abusers and the cycle continues, which effects the next generation and the Sussex County community societal stability and health.
We are going to tell you through real stories of real women, families, and their journeys.
Board of Directors
Jacqueline Sterbach, CEO of What is Your Voice, Inc. is honored to be quoted twice within an article written about Protective Orders in the Delaware News Journal and the implications for women and children who flee from their abusers.
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