TMWF was the first agency in the United States to offer trauma-informed and culturally sensitive services to Muslims experiencing domestic or family violence. As TMWF has grown, we have expanded our services and outreach beyond North Texas and the Muslim community. While we have a unique understanding of the needs of Muslim families, we are open to all. We do not discriminate based on age, race, religion, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation or national origin.
Our programs are designed to promote peace in the home and the community through a comprehensive strategy of prevention and intervention. Our primary services include crisis shelters, long-term transitional housing, legal services (family and immigration law), case management, and counseling. Our secondary services include our Youth Leadership Program, Women and Refugees Advocacy Program (WRAP), Zara Khan Support Program (ZKSP) for terminally ill patients and their families, and interfaith educational programs (including our acclaimed Islamic Art Revival Series and weekly Radio Show with Radio Azad).
To learn more about TMWF's services and programs, visit our website at https://tmwf.org/.
TMWF is a United Way agency and an equal opportunity provider.
Donations support the following: our Peace in the Home social services, for those experiencing domestic and family violence; our Peaceful Oasis shelter and transitional housing; educational efforts, including the Islamic Arts Revival Series; interfaith education and dialogue in North Texas; and our Youth Leadership Program.
Your generous donation saves lives and helps us educate the wider community about the beauty and diversity of the Muslim community in North Texas.