Innove-E Foundation

Innove-E Foundation

sexual violence

Empowering Others to Leave Domestic Violence

C.L. Valens is a domestic violence survivor. After many years, she finally summoned the confidence and courage to leave her abuser. Writing is a way that has helped her heal. 

“Domestic Violence Survivor Handbook, Steps to Freedom”, is an informative, practical guide to leave domestic violence. This educational tool can help reduce the anxiety of not knowing what to do next. You may purchase it on Amazon Kindle as an eBook or hard copy version. It is also available on Kobo and Nook as an eBook.

“During the many years, I was with my abuser; I suffered verbal, financial, emotional, psychological, physical, property damage, technological and sexual abuse. Stalking me was his way of letting me know he could still get to me, to hurt me. This book can help educate everyone about the steps needed to get away from domestic violence. It includes some of the services available to survivors. It gives insight into some of the things that I went through, so people will know that a survivor wrote it.”~C.L. Valens

She has made a commitment to help survivors with their journey to freedom, health and happiness.

C.L. is available to speak at your churches, networking events, conferences, medical offices and businesses. Hear her story of empowerment and healing.

Domestic violence touches families all over the world. It does not matter the religion, race, social-economic status, or gender.

You may contact her at [email protected]

A percentage of all her book sales and speaking engagements will be donated to Innov-E Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit.

 

Domestic Violence and Homelessness

“Domestic and sexual violence is a leading cause of homelessness for women and children, and the need for safe and affordable housing is one of the most pressing concerns for survivors of violence and abuse.”*

“This video provides an understanding of the connections between domestic and sexual violence and safe, affordable housing, and provides tools for advocates working at this intersection”**:

The Intersection of Homelessness and Domestic Violence

 

Nobody should have to choose between living in abuse and being homeless. We all can do our part to bring awareness to helping those of us who flee abuse. Many survivors have young children. Many have not worked outside of the home. Many stay because being homeless is not an option for them. 

Click here for PDF download of infographic*

*Source http://safehousingpartnerships.org/intersection

**Source   http://www.nrcdv.org/