Our Mission

HealHer Network is a women’s mobile support outreach focusing on the recovery and rebuilding process of domestic violence. Through outreach, empowerment events, and workshops we empower and equip women with tools, resources, support and a safe space to reset, recharge, and rediscover their joy, helping survivors to rebuild

their lives and live beyond their wounds.

Mobile Outreach

Founded in 2019 by journalist, NFL Mom and domestic violence survivor, Annie Apple, HealHer Network is a mobile support outreach focusing on the healing and rebuilding process associated with domestic violence. Connecting with survivors all across the country, we throw empowerment parties that ignite survivors to take back their lives and still pursue their dreams and greatest selves. Our Day of Elevation & Celebration empowerment parties provide the energy, support and resources to help survivors continue the healing process. Every month during the NFL season, HealHer Network visits designated NFL cities connecting with women who have suffered relational abuse and trauma. In 2019, we brought a five star experience with delectable cuisine and an unforgettable and powerful time to the courageous women of New Orleans, Los Angeles, Chicago, Brooklyn and Super Bowl week in Miami.  Though Covid-19 had us all sidelined in 2020, abuse against women has skyrocketed during the pandemic; so we know our work is much needed now more than ever.

RESET. RECHARGE. REDISCOVER JOY.

 

Saints cornerback Eli Apple reps HealHer Network for

the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats.

This means everything to me. When we launched HealHer Network in May, it was a way of using the powerful platform of the NFL to give voice and support to women, especially survivors of domestic violence. As a domestic violence survivor, I know how important it is to feel heard, seen, loved, valued and supported. HealHer Network, mobile support outreach for women, has been that for countless ladies from New Orleans to Chicago with next stops in Brooklyn and Miami. To have my kid’s support means the world. Pregnant with him I left an abusive marriage at age 21. He was supposed to be my excuse to give up on my dreams but he became my inspiration to becoming unstoppable. Love you Eli.

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Our Vision is to empower all women emotionally, financially, mentally, physically, professionally and spiritually, all, while living purposefully.

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