Since 1982, Casa de Esperanza has held hope and Latin@ strengths at the center of all that we do. Our unique approach of keeping community at the center of our work has helped us reach thousands not only in Twin Cities metro area of Minnesota, but also nationally and internationally.
Our work consists of providing safety and support to those experiencing domestic violence in Minneapolis and St. Paul, nourishing the involvement of our communities in ending domestic violence, and using what we learn from this work to inform and shape the work of our national project, the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities.
why do you use “@”?
Casa de Esperanza has chosen to use “@” in place of the masculine “o” when referring to people or things that are either gender neutral or both masculine and feminine in make-up. This decision reflects our commitment to gender inclusion and recognizes the important contributions that both men and women make to our communities.