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Narika Opens Transitional Home In Alameda County, CA

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Narika Opens Transitional Home In Alameda County, CA

India-West Staff Reporter

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Narika’s Transitional Home will provide a culturally responsive, trauma-informed housing program for survivors of domestic violence and their children and a crucial space to rebuild their lives with courage and resilience, a statement from the Fremont-based organization said.  

“With the support of Narika’s wraparound, holistic case management services, survivors staying at our transitional home will enroll in an individualized program designed to strengthen their healing and self-sufficiency including food, mental health resources, and therapy, job training, and economic resources, as well as support in obtaining and sustaining their own long-term housing,” it said.

Narika named several people and organizations for making the transition home a reality including founding donors Indians for Collective Action, Krishnan-Shah Family Foundation, and Stephen D Huahn Memorial Fund Donor Advised Fund of the Asian Pacific Fund.

While thanking Alameda County officials, Narika singled out Mayor Melissa Hernandez and Supervisor David Haubert for their support.

Others who made contributions include, Profound Archana Chhaya, Dr.Veena Puri, Faiza J Ghafoor, Moina Shaiq, Neelika Chaudhary, Ranjit Chakravorti, Ruhi Alikhan, Saha Jamshed, Shauli Chaudhuri, Siema Zia, Swati Banerjee and Taskeen Fatehdin, Chugh LLP – Attorneys and CPAs, Realty ONE Group Future, The ArtisTree Real Estate, and The Bay Brokerage Inc.

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