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NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE
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Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc. is a non-profit women's organization dedicated to aiding women and children in need. Each year we provide an array of services to our clients and the community.
Our Office is Currently Closed Until Further Notice Due to COVID-19
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Our office is currently closed until further notice. We will update this message when normal business activities resume.
The safety of our volunteers, community, and clients are our primary concern. There are a number of measures we’re taking to ensure we manage to safely get through this situation while continuing to serve our community and clients effectively.
As we work through the impact of COVID-19, We wanted to share how Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc. is addressing the current situation and the proactive steps we are taking to minimize any negative repercussions to the realization of our mission by providing remote assistance.
We are committed to keeping as many of our services as possible up and running virtually. We hope to continue to be a valuable tool to share knowledge, find information, and collaborate effectively while remaining safely at home.
To our clients, please know that Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc. will be available if there are issues you want to discuss or challenges that arise. Let’s all work together to ensure we can help with your needs and concerns as much as possible. These are challenging and sometimes frightening times, but we feel confident that as a organization and community helpers, we can get through this together.
Thank you for understanding and most importantly BE SAFE and STAY HOME.
NEW HOURS OF OPERATIONS
Tuesdays - Thursdays: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (By Appointments Only)
If you are in need to schedule an appointment for shelter assistance, furniture referrals or other resources, please email us @ to request an appointment. We will contact you via email with your scheduled virtual appointment or conference call.
Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc. Domestic Violence shelter referrals are available to all victims and their dependent children, who are experiencing domestic violence. Our primary goal is to assist victims in need identify available shelters which provide safety and offer the support, assistance and tools needed to escape abusive situations and take control of their lives. All Domestic Violence shelters are confidential and free of charge: If you are in immediate danger, please call 911. The national domestic violence hotline is 1-800-799-(SAFE)7233
NEED FURNITURE? Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc. is a community partner with The Furniture Bank of Metro Atlanta which provides free furniture and household good to clients moving out of homelessness after fleeing domestic violence. Clients are served on a referral basis ONLY! If you are in need of furniture, please contact us at and ask for a referral. Please note that you will not be able to get an appointment for furniture from our organization unless you a current client or you are accepted as a new client. New clients, certain expectations and requirements will apply.
VIRTUAL WOMEN SUPPORTING WOMEN SELF-HELP GROUP
Sisters Empowerment Network, self-help groups are a safe, non-judgmental space for supportive conversations. To ensure confidentiality and safety of the group, we require all participants to register for Virtual Self-Help groups.
This short registration process takes 5 to 10 minutes and can be completed by filling in the online form.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT S.E.N.?
Salons Against Domestic Abuse
Women Supporting Women!
Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc. is Now a Proud Domestic
Violence Advocacy Agency Offering CUT IT OUT® Training Workshops
Sisters Empowerment Network, Inc. is a proud domestic violence service provider offering CUT IT OUT® training workshops in your community. Training sessions are offered at salons and schools, at beauty events and at many other venues in Clayton County, Georgia and surrounding communities.
To request a complimentary CUT IT OUT® training or attend one of our workshops at your school or salon, please complete the registration form and someone from our organization will contact you to provide additional details on the next training opportunity.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR OUR ANNUAL 5K
Walk from October 17 ~ October 28, 2020
AROUND YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD, COMMUNITY PARK OR TREADMILL
Registration is open for the 9th Annual Virtual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes 5K Walk/Run Against Domestic Violence.
Due to COVID-19 all t-shirts will be mailed this year. Participants who register by September 30th, will receive 1st shipment. Participants who register after the deadline, shirts will ship on or after October 31st.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
To learn more about the 5K and other domestic violence awareness month events, visit the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes 5K Walk/Run Against Domestic Violence website for all the details at
We Hope You Will Join Us in Support of Domestic Violence Victims and Survivors.
2020 Meeting Dates
General Body Task Force Meetings:
January 22 | March 25 | May 27 | July 22 | September 23 November 18, 2020
All meetings are scheduled at 12:00 noon.
The meetings shall be held in the Media Room at The Clayton County Police Department, located at 7911 North McDonough Street, Jonesboro, Georgia.
These meetings will be held virtually until further notice. If you would like to be a part in the Clayton County Task force, please send an email to so that you are notified regarding the next generalbody task force meeting.