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Survivor Story 5: Above All Else I was heard…
I confided in my son’s pediatrician. His face grew ashen and implored me to seek the help of the Women’s Alliance (WOMA). “Your son is not growing up in that environment,” he said.
Board Member Spotlight: Pat Bashaw
Pat is our board's unofficial "historian" carrying institutional knowledge and playing a key role in the capital campaign 22 years ago for building HomeSafe, transitional housing for victims of domestic violence and their children.
Board Member Spotlight: Marianne Aldoradio
Marianne was born and raised in our beautiful city of San Jose. She started working in tech very early on in her life but now helps others succeed through her work as a career coach. She was first introduced to and has been working with Next Door Solutions since 2010.
Parenting after Violence Healing Workshops
Workshops for mothers of young and teenage children 6 Week Workshop in English and Spanish April 13 - May 20, 2021
Survivor Story 2: I finished his control over me
Your muscles hurt. Your lungs hurt. Your skin hurts. Lastly, your heart hurts.
Board Member Spotlight: Melissa Hollatz
Melissa is celebrating 15 years with NDS. As a corporate partner at the law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosati, she focuses on doing mergers and acquisitions. She was introduced to NDS while helping work on a merger with another non-profit. “I was so impressed with the team and the mission of NDS....”
Survivor Story 1: This is my story
The police report had the basics: my name, the department’s logo, and my statement, neatly typed. But there was more: it included Next Door Solutions’ information. I am eternally grateful it did.
Staff Spotlight – Aparna Dhoraje, Manager of Support Services
Celebrating 15 years of loyalty to Next Doors Solutions We are proud to be the recipient of dedication and hard work represented in the efforts of Aparna Dhoraje, Manager of Support Services, MA Counseling Psychology.
Philanthropy Now podcast: Domestic violence: an unseen crisis magnified by COVID-19
As we continue to confront the devastating pandemic within our communities and globally, we view domestic violence as a parallel pandemic.
Statement on the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol
A Renewed Call for Peace and Justice for our Nation. We, the Board of Directors and Staff of Next Doo
NDS signs on to the Nonprofit Racial Equity Pledge
Silicon Valley is home to deep and persistent economic and racial disparities that carry devastating consequences to Black, indigenous, and people of color. As members of this community and as nonprofit leaders, we both [...]