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Affirmation Statement

The Julian Center is committed to being an open, affirming and welcoming place for our survivors, our staff, our volunteers and our visitors. We strive to be an agency that that supports and serves all survivors of domestic or sexual violence while embracing differences of sexual orientation, gender and its expression, religious background, marital status, family structure, age, racial and cultural identity or background, and educational and socioeconomic status. We foster a climate of purposeful inclusion of all survivors and affirm their decision to seek assistance in healing from trauma.

Everyone deserves a life free from violence; those in need are welcome at The Julian Center.

#OurJulianCenter works tirelessly to empower survivors of domestic and sexual violence and to facilitate a community where every individual is safe and respected. Each survivor we support comes to us at a different point in their journey.

"Danielle" arrived at The Julian Center full of determination and with clear aspirations. While she was very emotional and struggled with low self-esteem, Danielle's motivation was her daughter. She was committed to doing everything she needed to do to regain custody.
Brittany, Danielle's advocate, described Danielle as very easy to work with: "Her determination to complete her goals means that she is prepared and ready to do whatever is asked of her." Her immediate goal was to secure an apartment, to provide an ideal living situation for herself and her daughter. By taking advantage of the comprehensive services offered to her, Danielle created her own success story. Danielle has secured full-time employment with benefits, permanent housing and community based health care, and will leave The Julian Center determined and independent.


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