Dock Ellis Foundation operates a 24-hour Crisis Hotline that provides crisis intervention, advocacy services, relocation assistance, counseling and information on domestic violence. The helpline is answered by fully trained support workers and volunteers, who will answer your call in confidence We provide a welcoming and safe environment for those needing to flee a harmful situation at home. The ultimate goal is to help adults and families regain control and transform their lives, breaking the cycle of violence.
The Dock Ellis Foundation Inc. mission is to offer resources and Empowerment focusing on building healthy relationships and to work with community partners to provide services for healing the effects of trauma from interpersonal violence. Additionally, our agency aims to reduce related social problems, such as child abuse, sexual assault, substance abuse and Domestic Violence
Dock Phillip Ellis, Jr. was an American professional baseball player. A pitcher, Ellis played in Major League Baseball from 1968 through 1979 for the Pittsburgh Pirates, New York Yankees, Oakland Athletics, Texas Rangers, and New York Mets
Dock Ellis continued pushing for change and illuminating places where he saw injustice. He became an outspoken advocate for free agency for ballplayers and never stopped talking about systemic racism. But it was after his baseball career ended in 1980 that he checked himself into rehab. When he finished treatment, he decided that he was meant to help others find recovery. He went to the University of California at Irvine and became a substance abuse counselor.
Jasmine Ellis has dedicated her life to assisting victims of Domestic Violence and Homeless prevention. Jasmine Ellis is a Certified Domestic Violence advocate working with victims in Las Vegas Nevada. Jasmine Ellis manages a 24 hour crisis hotline providing immediate emotional support; assistance with shelter; domestic abuse, legal information and advocacy; referrals for medical treatment; ongoing counseling and/or group support; and other related services. While continuing to Empowering survivors of domestic violence by giving them the tools they need to escape
For over 10 Years Mrs. Ellis has stayed in the shadows, fighting for the rights of victims and assisting children with trauma. Mrs. Ellis has dedicated much of her life to probation and parole, drug addiction counseling and just simply being apart of change. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis together have made a difference in many peoples lives. The fight will not stop. Dock Ellis Foundation is here to save as many lives as we can. #NoNo2DomesticViolence if you would like to support our cause you may visit our website to Donate dockellisfoundation.org We develop community programs to address the day-to-day concerns of survivors.
The 1986 CBS news documentary, segment "Heroes" about drugs in baseball and athletics, Dock Ellis & Steve Howe speak with children about the dangerous of drugs and peer pressure, also featuring Ed Bradley, Dan Rather.
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