DeeCilla Comfort Center
Shawanda R Randolph
12725 W Indian School Road
Avondale, AZ 85392
Fundraisers We Support
- Kaity's Way
Hours of OperationTuesday and Thursday 10 am - 3 pm
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: by appointment only
DeeCilla Comfort Center was established in 2018 to confront sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking in our community: societal issues that often cripple people from reaching their maximum potential and making meaningful contributions to society. We will work tirelessly and faithfully to fulfill our mission of providing services to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking; We accomplish our mission through:
- An established Co-operative Resource Center - The DeeCilla Comfort Center coop resource center, combines the strengths and resources of agencies across the “valley” to fight domestic and sexual violence and human trafficking. The Community Resource Center aims to provide integrative services and programs to include access to emergency shelters, professional counseling, legal advocacy, food distribution, housing/rental assistance and recovery programs to support the needs of the general community, especially victims of abuse, to promote a healthy and holistic community.
- Establish three (forthcoming) transitional homes for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, and human trafficking. These transitional homes with established programs operated through a collaborative community partnership approach would provide safety and security for survivors to start over based on their set goals.
- Collaborative community outreach focusing on filling gaps in both the needs of the community and agency partners to provide maximum impact for our community. Through collaborative outreach DCC partners with community partners sharing similar missions to provide tools and resources to target specific audiences equipping them in the fight against domestic and sexual violence and human trafficking. Our model of collaboration demonstrates to the general community that we are better together when the workload is shared in across members of the community.