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Help Now of Osceola
Domestic Violence Shelter

Help Now of Osceola provides safety, empowerment and healing for survivors of domestic violence and influences social change in the community. The agency provides a temporary safe shelter for survivors of domestic abuse who are in danger and experience fear of abuse and is committed to supporting individuals as they establish violence-free living. Help Now provides safety, support and advocacy for any victim survivor of domestic violence and their children through an emergency safe shelter, an outreach advocacy center and a 24 hour crisis line.


Opportunities to support this organization include:
Build-a-Buddy: Between education sessions, stop in the FSAE24 Learning Lounge to make a stuffed animal or two to give comfort to children (and adults) seeking immediate safety and shelter from abuse. All materials will be provided to make adorable, comforting buddies - just pick an animal, add love and stuffing, and add an outfit :)

Sock-DropSock Hop - Sock Drop: The Wednesday Welcome Reception: Blast From the Past is a 1950s sock-hop themed event. So why not bring a few extra pairs for Help Now Osceola’s clients. Many staying in domestic violence shelters leave home with nothing, and a stuffed animal and clean socks can help survivors feel more comfortable.

Make a Donation: Donate cash or items directly to Help Now through these donation options. If donating cash, please indicate you're with FSAE in the comment box to help us track your participation.