One Hart at a time
We are a veteran owned and operated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides domestic violence victims and survivors three hart filled pillars of support focused on mental well-being, physical fitness and advocacy.
If you are in need of immediate help or have an emergency contact 911 or the National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233.
We believe your mental well-being is the foundation of your health. It all starts with how you feel about yourself! Our goal is to connect clients with the best mental health resources to make sure your foundation is strong!
Physical fitness involves the performance of the heart and lungs, and the muscles of the body. Since what we do with our bodies also affects what we can do with our minds, fitness influences to some degree qualities such as mental alertness and emotional stability. We want to get you moving to improve your quality of life!
We work to assist victims in identifying and obtaining available benefits and social and community victim services; this includes emotional, psychological, or physical needs of intimate partner violence and domestic violence victims. We value confidentiality and strive to be with our clients every step of the way on the journey to a new violence free life.
Contact us to learn about Military Sexual Trauma & Domestic Violence in the military. We provide a 2-hour instruction that can be presented virtually or in person.
Contact us to set up a workshop presentation to educate & prevent domestic violence by knowing the different types of abuse, the Cycles of Violence, red flags and character traits of an abuser.
Contact us for an interactive and educational presentation that will teach teens & parents about Teen Dating Violence
This special curriculum is named in honor of Caleb N. James of South Carolina. Caleb lost his life at the hands of Teen Dating Violence. We honor him and his family with this custom content that will provide specific information, resources and educational facts to prevent teen dating violence and identifies indicators for teens, parents/guardians and bystanders.
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We want to offer our greatest appreciation and gratitude to the family of Caleb James and specifically his mother, Jessica Peavy who has shared this story with the world and afforded us the opportunity to impact Caleb's legacy for the cause!
A nonprofit is as strong as the community that holds it up. Together, we can do more than we can do alone. Let's bring our abilities and passions together to affect real change. Three Hart Connection desires candidates who are kind, innovative and respectful!
Business & project management
Mental health professionals
We encourage our fellow survivors, veterans, students, parents, civilians, interns, etc. to volunteer! No volunteer experience is needed, we just ask that you are passionate in supporting the subject matter of our goals and vision to speak for the silenced and advocate for safety, independence, and freedom. Individuals from all walks of life bring different perspective, demographics, and wisdom that can help us support and uplift our clients and community!
Shawn, Crys & Candi
Today we had the opportunity to support AVYB for their "Seeking Safety Together" event where we spoke on the importance of Relationship Safety and the elements pertaining to prevention such as bystander intervention and the identifying red and green flags in relationships.
Learn more about our upcoming events, fundraisers, and more!