As part of CASA of Maryland’s worker organizing initiative, the domestic workers rights promoters' project advocates to defend and expand the rights of domestic workers and support immigrant workers in crisis by assisting women escape from abusive employment situations and providing temporary shelter in a network of private homes.
The Women’s Program works with individual unemployed women to identify barriers they face to obtaining fulltime, dignified employment, and then creates an action plan to address each person’s individual needs. The program includes a domestic workers’ cleaning cooperative, employment development, and self-esteem trainings.
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