A Mesa nonprofit is stepping up to help men and women escape domestic violence by providing immediate financial assistance.
Founded in September by abuse survivor Laura Pahules, Control Alt Delete sets out to remove the “barriers” that keep people in abusive environments.
The organization aims to connect those fleeing from violent situations with community resources and support by offering basic immediate needs – such as emergency bus passes, meals, gas money or hotel accommodations.
“We started because there are a lot of great agencies out there for once they [victims] have already escaped,” said Pahules. “But there isn’t a lot for people that have decided they have to get out in that immediate time of need…”
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