Sowing Seeds of Wisdom
School of Women, Inc. was established to provide support for women, children, and teenagers experiencing crisis. We have developed programs to help those at risk deal with traumatic experiences such as domestic violence, human trafficking, abuse, and homelessness.
School of Women, Inc. has been serving the Dallas/Ft. Worth area since 2016. All our work is predicated on the belief that no one should have to face crisis alone. At our center, we build strong, lasting relationships with victims that seek our help. All services available to our community are based on shared understanding and collaboration. We are always within reach with our crisis hotline. If you are going through a crisis, please know that you are not alone. We are here to help.
Our Guiding Principles
We Are Here to Shelter, Support, and Empower
School of Women is committed to advocacy that is confidential, trauma-informed, that support the well-being of survivors and youth via self-care, education, innovation, and research-based practices..
School of Women promotes equity in our services and community by working to support the needs of a diverse population while being inclusive to people of all identities.
School of Women works to empower survivors through peer support and respect, while honoring the dignity of those we serve.
Meet Our Executive Director
School of Women, Inc. staff provides crisis support to help individuals and families in times of need. From fundraising to picking up victims in the midst of a crisis, everyone on our team has a special and important role at our center. If you’re interested in joining the team or would like to get in touch with a specific member from our staff, we look forward to hearing from you.
Founder and Executive Director
Danielle Daniels-Young is an integral part in making sure School of Women, Inc. runs smoothly from day to day. School of Women, Inc. was founded in 2016 out of a passionate idea to give people suffering from trauma a second chance at living a meaningful life they deserve.