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Shelter House A Home

Witnessing the stigma’s associated with violence and rape, in 2007 Chaplain Asma Hanif opened her home to shelter homeless Muslim women victims of Domestic Violence, not as a discriminatory effort but to counteract the same prejudices still in existence and being highlighted in social media of today; thus only to fulfill an unmet need to assist them as they struggle to achieve their self-esteem, their self-worth and their self-sufficiency.  She receives no government money, surviving solely from the kindness of strangers.  Unable to afford both, she gave up having a personal home for herself because it was the only way to continue serving others.  Located in Baltimore, the shelter offers services within a faith-based atmosphere to help homeless Muslim women from all across the U.S. return to a state of self-sufficiency through education, employment and regaining permanent housing.