Monalou Callery, has worked for 25 years advocating for victims of domestic violence. As Assistant Director of the new Diane Halle Center for Family Justice at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, the Center is expected to become a model for the nation by taking a fully integrated approach to issues of child abuse, intimate partner violence, protective orders, custody, human rights, prosecutions, family law, juvenile law and health law matters. http://www.law.asu.edu/Default.aspx?alias=www.law.asu.edu/dhc
In addition, Monalou founded the National Advocacy & Training Network (NATN) and the Support, Education, Empowerment & Directions (SEEDs) program. An Arizona based non profit agency that provides training to educate agencies, businesses and service providers on issues involving domestic violence, sexual assualt, and substance abuse. SEEDs provides long term transitional safe homes, healthcare, legal assistance, intense support services through the Marilyn House in Mesa and the Diane House in Chandler to battered and sexually abused women. SEEDs goal is assist the women and their children in achieving self-sufficiency and live safe, healthy and meaningful lives. Job training, dress for success and career coaching is offered through our non-profit, social venture, Cup O’ Karma: Community Cafe for a Cause - located at 1710 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, AZ 85202
For more info: www.natn-az.com
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Monalou recalls how a newletter update from EmpowHER helped diagnose her partner with an abdominal aortic aneurysm, which lead to his life-saving surgery just days later.
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