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We Are Your Domestic Violence Victim Advocates

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Why We Serve

Our Mission is to empower the women of our community in order to confront the cycles of domestic violence, abuse, exploitation and ignorance. We strive to build a movement that works to end violence against women.

Baitul Hemayah, Inc. is an organization solely devoted to ending domestic violence in the Muslim, Non-Muslim and the Immigrant community by raising awareness for the communities and spiritual leaders by providing cultural sensitivity training for professionals, developing resources and conducting research.

What We Do

We provide referrals, assessments and support. We also provide an array of services, which includes domestic violence intervention, teen dating violence intervention, improving healthcare access and educational forums, mediation, violence prevention and victim assistance, relationship abuse prevention and bullying for youths.

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Who We Help

If you have experienced violence, you may feel shock, fear, sadness, and confusion. You may even feel numb, or think that what happens to you doesn’t matter. But no one has the right to hurt you or make you feel afraid. Many groups and people want to help you live a healthier, happier life especially Baitul Hemayah, Inc.

Baitul Hemayah, Inc.’s philosophy relies on incorporating our cultural affinities, our capabilities, and the most empowering practices from both Qu’ran and Sunnah. The staff offers advice, helping hands, and sisterly ear providing the support and information women need to make their own decisions. We truly recognize that there are many cultures that believe and perpetuate violence, and this is why we seek to change those attitudes and beliefs through practical teachings, promoting justice, and ensuring freedom from oppression and family harmony.

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Start where you are.

You’ve survived the abuse and you’ll survive the recovery.

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Not a U.S. Citizen?

How Can We Help

Immigrants are particularly vulnerable because many may not speak English, are often separated from family and friends, and may not understand the laws of the United States. For these reasons, immigrants are often afraid to report acts of domestic violence to the police or to seek other forms of assistance. Such fear causes many immigrants to remain in abusive relationships.

The International Marriage Broker Regulation Act (IMBRA) requires that the U.S. government provide foreign fiancé(e)s and spouses immigrating to the United States information about their legal rights as well as criminal or domestic violence histories of their U.S. citizen fiancé(e)s and spouses.  One of IMBRA’s goals is to provide accurate information to immigrating fiancé(e)s and spouses about the immigration process and how to access help if their relationship becomes abusive.

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Baitul Hemayah

translated as “House Of Protection”

“Nothing can dim the light that shines from within.”

-Maya Angelou

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News, Events, Advice & Updates

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Patrick Stewart Talks About Domestic Violence

Patrick Stewart Talks About Domestic Violence As a child, the actor regularly saw his father hit his mother. Here

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If you have participated in one of the Baitul Hemayah’s programs listed below, we ask that you provide us with feedback by clicking on the survey link. Your feedback will help us assess the satisfaction of clients who participate in our programs and ensure that the staff at Baitul Hemayah is providing the best possible care for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Your opinion is extremely valuable to us, so please be as honest and thorough as possible in your responses.  

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908-875-5558