National Fund for the Awareness of Violence Against Women and Children
NAVA was created to support families when local, state, and federal governments have not addressed the total issue of supportive housing for domestic violence and sexual assault victims. NAVA works with affiliated supportive organizations which offer services such as job training, psychological
counseling, childcare, social services programs, credit repair and financial management courses for today’s mothers and fathers who are committed to helping their families to live in a healthier environment.
The National Fund for the Awareness of Violence Against Women and Children (NAVA Fund) was founded in 2003 by Leroy Allen. Leroy, a Viet Nam veteran, experience domestic violence in his home as a small child. His sister was sexually assaulted while serving in the US Army and continues to struggle to
this day mentally and socially. Even though his mother, Mrs. Juanita Allen, was gainfully employed, affordable housing was still a challenge. In honor of his mother Mr. Allen vows to provide housing services to those who are committed to helping themselves and their families.
We are also committed to support low- to moderate-income families to build self-confidence by providing a solid foundation of home ownership. NAVA will contribute up to six per cent (6%) towards closing cost for any of our owned property. To qualify for closing cost assistance a person must qualify under the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loans. NAVA encourages others to reach beyond their circumstances and realize their full potential.
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