At Middle Way House, we work...
To implement and sustain meaningful alternatives to living with violence.
To meet the specific housing, employment, and service needs of abused women, children, and men.
To increase the likelihood that victims of abuse will overcome whatever negative consequences have accrued to them and go on to experience success at home, in school, and in the wider community.
To offer a comprehensive range of services responsive to individual needs and differences.
To improve the response of community agencies and institutions when any survivor reports violence, seek remedies for it, and get ready to move on with their lives.
To advocate for the transformation of social structures that lead to disempowerment.
To network with/provide training to other professionals likely to interact with victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
To reach out, through a variety of media, to the general public to raise awareness of violence against women, provide information about the cycle of violence and available remedies, and encourage sensitive and appropriate responses to victims of violence.
To present programming designed to enhance peoples’ capacity to engage constructively with others, solve problems and resolve conflicts without recourse to violence or the imposition of power and control, and establish and maintain intimate relationships based on equality.