Women Called Moses was created to be an underground railroad for survivors of domestic violence. We seek to prevent and end the cycles of domestic violence through education, research, resources, and advocacy programs which are provided to individuals, families, communities, corporations, and coalition non-profit agencies throughout the United States.
Women Called Moses was created to be an underground railroad for victims of domestic violence. We seek to prevent and end the cycle of violence against women. We accomplish this through emergency shelter, education and advocacy services provided to individuals, families, and community agencies in the southern sector of Dallas County.
- ACCOUNTABILITY - We accept responsibility for our actions. We make and support decisions through experience, research and good judgment.
- COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT - We strive to help and improve the communities where we work and live. We are concerned about the safety and welfare of all and are dedicated to community outreach.
- CUSTOMER SERVICE - We are dedicated to assisting survivors of domestic violence and honoring commitments that we have made to them.
- EQUALITY - It is our policy to provide equal opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual preference, age, or disability.
- INTEGRITY - We act with honesty and strong moral principles, not compromising the truth or decency.
Our mission is to provide support, education and emergency shelter for survivors of Domestic Violence.
PSA from Jada Pinkett-Smith
Trophy Nissan 1000 Safe Nights
Ron Corning with Jennifer Carroll