National Advocacy & Training Network

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Basic Information

Address: PO Box 51357
Phone Number: 602-369-7792
Director: Monalou Callery

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Additional Information

Causes Served: battered & homeless women and families, substance abuse, workforce development, job training, social venture, coffee shop, merchandise sales
Clearances Required: Yes
Background Check: Yes
Population Served: women, youth, veterans
Ages for Volunteer: 18 and older
Hours of Service: 9a.m - 9 p.m.
Minimum Hours Required: 4 hours per week
Days of Service: Monday - Sunday
Mission Statement:

Our mission is to address the health, safety, economic and social justice issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and substance abuse. To achieve our mission we deliver services using a three-pronged approach: 1) Training & Technical Assistance 2) Public Awareness and 3) Direct Services

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

“Transforming Lives through Hope, Healing and Empowerment”

Program History:

Through grassroots efforts, the National Advocacy & Training Network (NATN) was founded in 2002 by a group of survivors, volunteers, advocates, and professionals working to end violence against women and children.


NATN provides training, housing and on the job training through our social venture program, Cup O'Karma: Community Cafe for a Cause

Additional Information:

Programs and Services Overview:
Training & Technical Assistance - local, national and international network of survivors, advocates, and professionals provide training to law enforcement, healthcare providers, businesses, community groups, social and professional service agencies. To learn more about domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual assault and/or substance abuse training.

Public Awareness: Social Media, Community Outreach, and Special Events.

Direct Services: Transitional housing and supportive services for women with co-occurring issues of physical abuse, sexual trauma and substance abuse.

Transitional Housing - SEEDs (Support, Education, Empowerment & DirectionS) -
"Transforming Lives through Hope, Healing and Empowerment" in 4 valley locations: the Diane House, Marilyn House, Jeanne house and Susan's House, to address the unmet needs of battered and sexually abused women in recovery including female veterans and women coming out of prison or jail.

Workforce Development - Cup O'Karma: Community Cafe for a Cause - a Job Training social venture program forvolunteers, community members, youth and residents of our housing program. Located at 22 S. Delaware St. (inside the Chandler Public Library), members of the community volunteer and mentor job training particpants. The original COK-Mesa was donated to NATN by a local business owner in June, 2008 and continues to serve as a community mecca for local businesses and meeting place for agencies and groups. The entertainment and activities include Live Entertainment, Artwork Showcase for local artists, Open Mic, Children's Story Hour, and Book Signings. https://www.facebook/cupokarma

Legal Advocacy Services - free civil legal advocacy services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and/or stalking.

Clothesline Group: free domestic violence and sexual assault support groups.

Agency Goals
Capitol Campaign to acquire single family and multi-family units for permanent supportive housing
Expand Social Enterprise & Workforce Development to increase jobs & revenue generating income
Charity Cars - Donated vehicles for working families and military women in the SEEDs program.