OhanaLink Technologies announced Thursday that it is partnering with Safe in Harm’s Way, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information and education to victims and service providers of domestic violence.
Through the partnership, Safe in Harm’s Way will serve as a resource partner to centralize dedicated resources, best practices, safety and survivor services for victims and survivors of domestic violence within the OhanaLink Purple mobile solution, a news release states.
The Survivor Resources content is customized for both advocates and victims of domestic violence who are users of OhanaLink Purple. Curated content will cover topics including survivor stories and survivor-specific resources and services. The Survivor Resources will be accessible to all OhanaLink Purple agency subscribers and their clients at no additional costs.“By engaging with recognized market leaders such as Safe in Harm’s Way, we are able to offer valuable resources specifically for domestic violence agencies and those victims seeking services,” said Kara Wasser, OhanaLink Technologies’ CEO. “The resources provided by Safe in Harm’s Way are a perfect complement to include in the OhanaLink Purple mobile solution.”
Additional collaborations between OhanaLink and Safe in Harm’s Way will be scheduled, including webinars, podcasts and articles developed to aid direct services providers, victims and families in domestic abuse situations.
“The founding pillar of Safe in Harm’s Way is a collaboration with key partners who drive to provide survivor-centric services,” said Caroline Markel Hammond, CEO of Safe in Harm’s Way. “OhanaLink Technologies is the perfect partner as we drive toward eliminating the historical disparities experienced by the most marginalized people with economic, mobility and transportation issues related to access to care.”