As I researched groups for woman entrepreneurs who have experienced domestic violence, I came across Argrow’s House.
Argrow’s House offers free services for women in their community (Davenport, IA) healing from violence and abuse. Their services range from domestic violence support groups, yoga, spiritual direction, massage therapy, art therapy, and more.
What sets Argrow’s House apart from others? They started a bath and body business where women healing from abuse can create all natural bath and body products. This business helps provide a living wage for the women and in a safe space that celebrates who they are.
Argrow’s House was founded by Dr. Kit Evans-Ford, in honor of her grandmother. When I checked out Dr. Evan-Ford’s Facebook profile, I was surprised that 1) she is from about 30 minutes where I currently live and 2) she also owns Autistic & Loved – which is interesting to me because my youngest (currently 9 year old) son is non-verbal and autistic.
If you are looking for bath and body products for personal usage, gifts, or for wholesale, give Argrow’s House a try. I plan to💜
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If you have experienced domestic violence but are not yet an entrepreneur, you are still welcome💜