Client Sarah Builds a Safer Future for Her Children

Sarah*, an immigrant from Central America, had been with Martin* for 20 years when she finally left him. Over two decades of their relationship, she endured intimate partner violence and his alcoholism, but never stopped advocating for herself and her...

VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: A HELPING HAND FROM ANNIE

Annie (She/Her/Hers)Hours Volunteered: 57 From bagging groceries for Ayuda clients to helping us keep the lights on with administrative support, volunteers are critical to our mission. We’re grateful to all volunteers, many of whom go above and beyond to donate their...

INTERPRETER HIGHLIGHT: TALYA BLAZIA

Talya Blazia (She/Her/Hers) Ayuda’s Language Access Program (LAP) exists so that anyone can get help when they need it, regardless of the languages they use to communicate. A big part of how we pursue this goal is by training interpreters on how to work in a victim...