My life's journey has taken me through a series of unique challenges - living with a rare neurological chronic illness and navigating the psychological complexities of childhood trauma that led to the silent nightmare of domestic violence.
These experiences have left significant imprints on both my physical body and mental health, but I refuse to let them shape my identity.
Having a facial recognition video camera security system would have allowed me and my children to remain in our home versus relocation and temporary housing.
It would help to keep us safe in our home, helped us in court and prevented violence and trauma. It would have protected our physical and mental well-being.
Join us in providing this service for other survivors!
The first step to freedom from the pain of abuse is a safe place to call home.
Working with Hope will provide a facial recognition security system that alerts law enforcement if a violation to a protective order occurs within the restricted area.
Allowing a victim of abuse, the power to be a survivor and remain safe in their home.
Envision a world where victims are freed from the shackles of constant fear, where response times are drastically slashed, and survivors, their loved ones have the tools they need to assist law enforcement officers, with cutting-edge tools that thwart crime before it ever takes place.