Domestic Abuse Project

Website:
mndap.org/
Address:
1121 Jackson St NE UNIT 105, Minneapolis, MN 55418
Point of Contact:
Amirthini Keefe Executive Director
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Website:
mndap.org/
Address:
1121 Jackson St NE UNIT 105, Minneapolis, MN 55418
Point of Contact:
Amirthini Keefe Executive Director
Visit Website

Domestic Abuse Project

Website:
mndap.org/
Address:
1121 Jackson St NE UNIT 105, Minneapolis, MN 55418
Point of Contact:
Amirthini Keefe Executive Director
Visit Website

Our Mission We build communities free from violence by providing holistic healing for every member of the family. Our Vision DAP envisions a community free of domestic abuse where families experience healthy, safe and equal relationships.

ACCOUNTABILITY Understanding that in order to provide the best service possible, we must be accountable to our community, participants, stakeholders, and each other; and that accountability is the foundation for change and trust-building in relationship.

COMMUNITY Understanding that domestic violence impacts not just individuals and families, but the whole community; and that we must engage, listen to, and collaborate with the whole community if we want to end the cycle of violence.

DAP Values

SUSTAINABILITY Understanding that in order to address the inter-generational cycle of violence, we must engage In a long-term approach as professionals, holding both our current experience as well as the experience of the next generation of providers at DAP. This means recognizing the challenges of our work and working to address the impact of non-profit culture and limited resources for future generations of clients and staff.

SOCIAL JUSTICE Understanding that anti-racist and anti-oppressive work must be the priority when working with populations that have experience trauma and are moving through larger systems. That member of our community experience and heal from domestic violence differently. And that part of addressing power and control in relationships includes addressing the ways power and control play out in society.

PERSON-CENTERED Honoring participant self-determination; understanding that people want to be happy, fulfilled, and to grow; that the biggest tools to support change and growth for participants are unconditional positive regard, empathy, and accountability.

Categories:

  • Domestic Violence
  • Emergency Support

Type:

Community Organization

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