your donation can help families heal.
DCAEHS is a grassroots community-based organization dedicated to empowering survivors whose loved ones have been the victims of domestic violence, homicide, and substance abuse. DCAEHS serves as a clearing house of support services facilitated by a team of trained professionals who assist victims, co-victims, and families in Washington, DC and its metropolitan areas. Founding October 2009, DCAEHS continues to empower, educate, train, develop, advocate, and service families through
domestic violence support groups for battered women, men, and youth
Domestic Violence Self-Care Planning
Domestic violence Referral Networking
Library of Peace
Networking Partnerships with local churches, businesses, and organizations
Pastoral Care Chaplaincy Team
Pastoral Care Interfaith Fellowship Worship Church Services
Outreach Hospice Program
Annual Ecclesiastical Walk and Pray for Peace
Mental Health and Disability Outreach Services
Clinical Referral Network
You can play an integral role in DCAEHS' mission to aide those who have been disenfranchised by loss, grief and despair. Your contribution to the DCAEHS empowerment movement helps families heal from the tragedy that has negatively impacted their lives financially, psychologically, emotionally, spiritually, and socially. Whether it's $100 or less in a single donation, a gift of $45.00 per month, or $1,000 or more over a six-month period, your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowable by law under our 501c3 organizational status. All proceeds will be used to benefit surviving families of victims of homicide. Donate today to DCAEHS, an organization with a heart of compassion for victims and co-victims of violence and homicide.
ways you can donate
Conveniently send your tax deductible donation by Cash App to $DCAEHS.
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Empowering Homicide Survivors
P. O. Box 8753
Hyattsville, MD 20787