Emerge Center Against Domestic Violence

About Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse

Each year, nearly 6,000 survivors of domestic violence in Southern Arizona find support through Emerge. Emerge offers offer emergency sheltercommunity-based services, community education, a 24/7 crisis hotline and a housing stability program as part of their mission to provide the opportunity to create, sustain and celebrate a life free from abuse.

Answering the call to end domestic violence is about engaging our community in ending the entire spectrum of abuse that so many of our family, friends and colleagues experience every day. The question isn’t what should we do but, rather, are we willing to do something?

Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse

The Emerge Center Project

  • Full Discovery and Strategy sessions with both program and executive staff
  • Site mapping and information architecture review
  • Wireframes
  • Theme development and mobile optimization
  • Custom “quick-exit” button to increase security of users
  • Industry standard SEO and security plugins

Testimonial From the Emerge Project:

  • I had the privilege of completing a project with Cecily that she had worked on with my organization prior to my joining it. I greatly appreciate her thoroughness, her patience in working with us through multiple iterations, as well as her patience and willingness to explain many things to me about web design. She is very responsive, goes beyond in providing customer support and service, and delivers a high-quality product and the skill set that allows the customer to keep it current and dynamic. Our new site is engaging and fresh and we saw this immediately in an increase in traffic to the site. The tools she provided enable us to continue to add and refresh content regularly, which we could not do at the same level on our previous site. This was my first time managing the build and launch of a major website and I could not have asked for a better person to work with on it than Cecily.

    Andrea Carmichael
    Andrea Carmichael Development Manager, Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse
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