our mission 

To educate the community, advocate for legislation, provide direct services to victims, and partner with other agencies to end domestic violence. 

our services

  • Advocacy

  • Support Group

  • Information

  • Referrals

  • Outreach

  • Safety Planning

donate now

Additional support is critical to help provide the financial means for a victim of domestic abuse to secure a fresh start.

report abuse

Are you are anyone else you know currently in a violent situation?

Our Initiatives

We Are Coming to See About You

Since 2017, TBS and our supporters take to the streets to protest domestic violence in honor of its victims (past and present).

Teen Talks

Teen talk is more than a dialogue about healthy #relationshipgoals.  It is an educational initiative  designed to discuss issues such as mental health, dating violence, body image, and anti-violence issues. 


I am Enough is a program designed to empower women to transform their lives through personal development and  self acceptance. 


TBS works closely with men to take action against domestic abuse.  We provide resources for men and young boys to tell the world that we share zero tolerance for domestic abuse.  

how can you help?

We understand that confronting domestic violence, whether you are a victim or someone from the outside looking in, is an uncomfortable (and often at times a dangerous situation).  By implementing our four step approach, you can take a much more active role in speaking out against domestic violence. 

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    I Am Enough
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    A day of empowerment and sisterhood!
  • Third Thursday
    Embassy Suites by Hilton Baton Rouge
    Feb 20, 2020, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
    Embassy Suites by Hilton Baton Rouge, 4914 Constitution Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70808, USA
    The third Thursday of each month the Embassy Suites Baton Rouge will host an event reception with 100% of the proceeds benefitting worthy causes. This month the Butterfly Society has been chosen!