“It doesn’t matter how rich or poor a person is, what gender or social class, or how much fame or education she possesses. Verbal, mental, and physical abuse can happen to anyone. It doesn’t matter what a woman’s ethnicity is because the only distinguishing color of abuse is black-and-blue.” ― LaToya Jackson
Diamond Diva Empowerment Foundation (2DEF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating, strengthening, and empowering survivors affected by domestic violence and various socio-economic conditions. These conditions limit them from gaining and maintaining self-sufficiency which prevents them from being successful members of our community.
Our purpose is to be a necessary resource to survivors; primarily focusing on those who have experienced the effects of domestic violence. We will accomplish this by aiding them to rebuild from the inside out and to reevaluate themselves. Through our program survivors can freely walk a journey of life, truly recovered, and be healed from domestic violence and other socioeconomic struggles.
We are an organization that is committed to rebuilding the core of each survivor, while encouraging them to focus on their strengths and well-being. It is our hope that by providing various programs, services, and initiatives that we will inspire, uplift, and empower those we serve and the communities we serve in.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY...
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank the staff at 2Def Resources, for all the care and wonderful information I have received from them. I would truly recommend their services to anyone who is looking for various resources. From housing, counseling, and many other aspects of daily living. They give you the tools and the information and they have great classroom experience with others who are seeking change."
— Carolyn H., Survivor