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HOLISTIC SERVICES

I am a survivor of intimate partner violence and an advocate for other survivors. With NMIC’s support through counseling and therapy, I learned to value myself, trust others, and have confidence in my own decision making. I am a resilient mother of four children forging a better world for them.
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Zoraya Sanchez
Client, Domestic Violence Services
NMIC’s Holistic services offers community members wrap-around support to make sure all their needs are met. We provide case-management unique to each individual, programs for domestic violence survivors, and efforts to organize and advocate for positive change. Our holistic initiatives aim to raise awareness throughout our immigrant communities on various health, housing, safety, and policy issues that will impact them. By working with each other, and for each other, we are revitalizing our community and fully supporting our hard-working residents.

I am a survivor of intimate partner violence and an advocate for other survivors. With NMIC’s support through counseling and therapy, I learned to value myself, trust others, and have confidence in my own decision making. I am a resilient mother of four children forging a better world for them.

Zoraya Sanchez, Client, Domestic Violence Services

Our Services

Case Coordination

Personalized support, case-management, and referrals to wrap-around services for residents with holistic needs.

Domestic Violence

Our Domestic Violence Social Services staff care about the safety of clients, help design and execute plans for empowerment, and provide counseling to create a safe space for survivors in our community.

Our Family Law Services include housing upgrades to improve energy efficiency.

Community Organizing

Leadership training and ongoing technical support for an independent organization that brings together community groups to advocate for residents.

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