In many ways, the duality of liberated love informs the duality of our work.
Our “both/and” approach to intervention and prevention is adaptive, innovative, and survivor-centered; it builds leadership in the lives of our participants, and is always at the forefront of our work. Echando Pa’lante, a program co-created by former Latinx Program participants and W.O.M.A.N., Inc. staff, is a great example of this approach in action. A recent participant evaluation revealed that after involvement with EPL, participants reported a decrease in intrusive memories of DV, increased confidence, and stronger relationships with friends/family. 100% of those participants reported living lives free of domestic violence.