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All The Latest from NDS2021-07-07T21:43:16+00:00

All the Latest from NDS

Survivor Story 8: My son altered the future

My toddler’s instinct to protect his mother enabled me to escape from the darkness. I asked myself: what am I doing? My abuser was removed from our shared home and I changed the locks. A police officer referred me to Next Door Solutions.

Save The Date October 1, 2022 Light Up the Night

Our Annual "Light Up the Night" Fundraiser, at Villa Ragusa, in Campbell. Honoring domestic violence victims who have lost their lives and survivors that are moving towards wellness and recovery with support from Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence. At Next Door Solutions, we believe in a victim’s right to justice, quality programs and comprehensive services to achieve safety, stability, and self-sufficiency. In honor of serving our community, at the Light Up the Night Gala, you will help us to raise awareness and support victims of domestic violence through relationships, fundraising, and caring for individuals and families.

Girls Got the Blues

On Saturday, February 26, 2022, our annual Girls Got the Blues Concert was broadcast via Live stream at the Barebottle Brewing Co. in Santa Clara and on Facebook and YouTube.

Farewell Note from Next Door Solutions’ Executive Director, Esther Peralez-Dieckmann

Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence (NDS) is announcing the departure of its Executive Director, Esther Peralez-Dieckmann, as of February 28, 2022. Esther has been with Next Door Solutions since 2017. She led the organization through a stage of significant growth and successfully faced the challenges of transitioning services due to COVID.

Next Door Solutions’ partnership with Sobrato Philanthropies.

Sobrato Philanthropies' mission is to partner with communities to meet immediate needs, address systemic barriers, and pursue social justice to build a more equitable and sustainable world. Next Door Solutions has had the great fortune of being part of that partnership for many years.

  • NDS staff at the NDS sign

50 years of Next Door Solutions | 1971-2021

In 1971, Bea Robinson Mendez, a victim of domestic violence, had little in the way of legal support, community advocacy, or a safe place to go. She recognized the lack of services to address the safety and unique needs of victims of domestic violence and their children. She rallied a group of friends, Latinas, and established a hotline number out of her garage, with each of the group members taking turns fielding the calls and providing information and support.

  • Ann Ravel

Supporter Spotlight: Ann Ravel

Ann Ravel congratulates Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence with its 50th Anniversary. Ann was a board member of WOMA in 1988.

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