A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Since 1991, AWBW has provided creative expression as a healing tool for over 74,000 battered women and their children in crisis shelters, transitional homes, and outreach centers throughout the United States.
By providing an environment that promotes healing, art workshops help women and children to develop a renewed sense of hope and possibility that profoundly impacts future decisions regarding the direction of their lives, their relationships, and how to stay safe. Art empowers survivors to transform how they view themselves, allowing them to see past the abusive messages they learned from their batterers and rebuild their self-confidence.
The AWBW Windows Program is available to any agency or organization seeking to implement art as healing tool for survivors of domestic violence. We invite you to learn more about our programs and to join us in using art to empower survivors and to break the silence surrounding domestic violence in our communities.
For further information on AWBW programs please call (310) 396-0317 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. A Window Between Worlds’ programs aim to:
• Make art available as a powerful resource for domestic violence survivors,
• Assist domestic violence agencies in creating vital, permanent art programs, and
• Leverage the impact of our work through collaboration.
Women’s Windows and Children's Windows programs empower domestic violence survivors to express their feelings, build their confidence, and rediscover their hopes and dreams for a better future. Survivor's Art Circle workshops foster connections and support for domestic violence survivors who are outside the shelter setting. Exhibits and Art Journals enable survivors to educate their communities, and help domestic violence organizations conduct outreach and build support for their programs. Leadership training and program support provide the resources needed by partner agencies to implement and sustain a successful Windows Programs for the women and children they serve.
To learn more, listen to Debbi Dachinger as she interviews Cathy Salser on Dare to Dream radio, as it airs live www.Indie100.com or on podcast at: http://www.deborahdachinger.com/