WTLC (With Tender Loving Care) is once again bringing the heart of New Orleans to Fullerton! The WTLC will be hosting its Annual Mardi Gras in July Fundraiser on Saturday, July 13th 2013 at the Museum Center Plaza, at 201 North Pomona Ave., in downtown Fullerton. The plaza will be jumping with the sound of Zydeco music, street performers, a “King and Queen” of the festival, a taste of the Big Easy and of course the Hurricanes will be flowing!
Tickets are $25 includes: Taste of New Orleans, entertainment, raffle ticket for a chance to win a 42″ TV and a glass of beer or wine.
WTLC aims to eliminate domestic violence With Tender Loving Care. Through your contributions, our organization is able to continue to assist victims of domestic violence and human trafficking and their families in rebuilding their lives.
WTLC is a registered, non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals and families escape the depths of domestic violence and exploitation. We build self-esteem and provide tools and resources to empower people for independent living With Tender Loving Care.
If you think you may be a victim of abuse, or know someone who is, call us now… 24-hour hotline (714) 992-1931.
WTLC is the only program in Orange County that provides shelter for clients with substance abuse problems, mental illnesses, and human trafficking victims. We are proud to inform that 96% of our shelter graduates embark on a violence free life. WTLC offers both a 45-day and a 90-day program.
The Transitional Housing Program is a more independent program. Clients are provided with all the available services and are encouraged to work and or enroll in school. Clients are made aware of their natural gifts and talents.
Our children’s program is designed to provide a safe and nurturing environment where child and parent can heal, learn and grow.
The “Little House” staff is trained in child development, early childhood education, curriculum planning and issues pertaining to domestic violence and child abuse.
WTLC is an organization committed to seeking solutions to end domestic violence.If you think you may be a victim of abuse, or know someone who is, call us now… 24-hour hotline (714) 992-1931.