We are survivors, healers, and allies. Together we can build creative community and healing opportunities for women.
HaGomel partners with community organizations in the greater Los Angeles area that provide essential services to women survivors of sexual trauma. Our trained facilitators join online forums, attend group meetings, or activate space at events with the necessary supplies to lead expressive arts programs. Contact us to launch a partnership with HaGomel to offer more healing opportunities to your clients/participants.
Peace Over Violence is a nonprofit, feminist, multicultural, volunteer organization dedicated to building healthy relationships, families and communities free from sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence. Established in 1971, POV’s comprehensive programs include Emergency, Intervention, Prevention, Education and Advocacy services.
HaGomel has had the opportunity to build relationships and partner with other nonprofits across the country who lead expressive arts programs for women survivors of sexual trauma. Contributions to these organizations have allowed for program development, and in some cases, helped create custom-designed healing experiences for women.
UCLArts & Healing transforms lives through creative expression by integrating the innate benefits of the arts with mental health practices for self-discovery, connection, and empowerment.
Finding Our Voices empowers survivors of sexual assault to thrive by offering creative activities and healing events while advocating in the Colorado Springs, CO community.
They believe that communities flourish when everyone explores their capacity to heal and embraces their right to thrive. They provide a safe environment for self-expression so that survivors of sexual assault feel supported in their healing journey.
Crossing Point Arts has reached well over 6,500 survivors of trafficking in the NYC metro area since 2013, with hundreds of workshops in music, dance, visual arts, drama, poetry, spoken word and song creation. Their trained, trauma-informed Teaching Artists lead participatory workshops in NYC area anti-trafficking agencies where international and domestic survivors of labor and sex trafficking receive services, as they work to rebuild their lives.