If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1.
Domestic Abuse Hotline 24/7 for more interventions and assistance in English an Spanish, call 1.888.428.0101
For resources on ending systemic domestic abuse, use the Contact form for this site to connect with Felicia Chew Community Projects.
Felicia Chew Community Projects…
is working to create happier and healthier communities by breaking the cycle of systemic abuse.
Our Justice system has gaps and loopholes that perpetrators of domestic abuse take advantage of… please connect with your State Legislators and advocate for
1. Judges and other officers of the law being held accountable for listening to exculpatory evidence.
2. Ensuring that statements are not outside the record, manifest proper, and not prejudicial
Thank you. More information about the work being done to help Courts get back to helping victims break the cycle in the YouTube video below!
- Domestic Violence Support Services (providing education, advocacy, and outreach to the community)
- Pi Place (funding for emergency shelter for women and children working to break the cycle of domestic abuse). *We recently organized community members to raise money for a local Tucsonan to settle an eviction due to abuse, and supported our friend through the process of securing long-term housing.
- Transcend Tucson Etsy Shop (arts and more created by survivors and allies, where 75% of the proceeds goes to the artist, and 25% goes to fund education for fostering trauma informed communities and Courts which benefit victims and survivors of domestic abuse.)
- Pi Place Plus, LLC – Anti-Violence Museum (includes space for resources that include transitional housing, job training, education for individuals working to break the cycle of domestic abuse and bullying)
- Victims United – Victims United is a team of victims, survivors, allies, and advocates working together to break the cycle of violence.
Vote Felicia Chew (PAST WORK – NO CURRENT CAMPAIGNS) current politicians maintain policies and programs that perpetuate the cycle of abuse. Felicia is not a politician. Felicia is a mother, educator, and humanitarian who recognizes that many of our current politicians are more focused on politics than people). *Note: Contributions to Vote Felicia Chew are separate from Other Projects. Contributions to support the campaign must be made directly to the campaign, and they are disclosed fully.
- YouTube Channel. Speak up on your own YouTube channel. You can subscribe to Felicia’s YouTube Channel to hear Piano Improv… and for other videos that Felicia creates that are relevant to her life as a teacher, advocate for breaking the cycle of systemic domestic abuse, and human who owns cats and loves water and people. An extroverted introvert, YouTube and Facebook are great ways for Felicia to share the wisdom she gains from the community around her. #StopTheBlame #StopTheShame #OurChildrenAreWatching #BreakTheCycle #ListenBelieveBeLove #PeaceLoveAndAppleSnacks
- Domestic Violence Awareness Series 2020 #ListenBelieveBeLove. This year’s series is virtual. Please share with others! Thanks for visiting!
(1) Sign on to www.azleg.gov to give your support for these bills which protect our children.
(2) Learn more about “Transcend Tucson“, a movement to address the need for change in Courts, including written policy to guide Courts, attorneys, and workers in delivering justice and breaking the cycle of trauma in parents and kids.
Our Mission Statement:
We are working to create happier and healthier communities through breaking the cycle of systemic domestic abuse through the use of education, advocacy, and outreach in various Projects that encourage and facilitate sharing stories, art, and perspectives.
Our Vision Statement:
By 2022, the following Programs and Processes available for individuals and families experiencing domestic violence:
1. Pie, Felicia (PLUS). A 100% sustainable facility that includes a Co-op for survivors of domestic violence, and an on-site community center which houses Pie, Felicia!
2. Members of the Co-op would have the opportunity to work in the areas of Education, Advocacy, and Outreach.
We are a network of individuals, groups, and businesses who are working to end systemic domestic violence. 1 out of 4 women, and 1 out of 7 men will experience domestic violence. Felicia Chew Community Projects is a licensed educational small business in the City of Tucson, Arizona.
Our small local woman-owned business works to bridge the gaps between existing services and supports for ending domestic violence, and the individuals who are seeking support.
Projects & People (not Politics)…
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Contests, Raffles, Giveaways!
- Deadline: September 20, 2020!
- Cash Prizes!
- Open to students in Grades K-12
- On air with Christopher DeSimone on Wake Up, Tucson! KVOI 1030AM – TBD
- On air with Mark Stegeman, 99.1FM Downtown Tucson Radio – TBD
Thank you for participating in the 2019 Domestic Violence Awareness Series #TheSameButDifferent. If you missed any part, or want to share what you learned, click here for links to videos from the Series. Together, we can break the cycle of abuse.
- First Fridays with Felicia every first Friday of the month (Discontinued until further notice).
- Walk-A-Mile or More to Help End Systemic Domestic Violence every Sunday from 7am-8am at the Tucson Mall (Discontinued until further notice).
- Chat with Chew every Sunday from 8am-9am at the Tucson Mall Food Court (Discontinued until further notice).
- Visit our Calendar
- Candidate for 2020 Pima County Supervisor District 3
- Candidate for 2018 Amphi School Board
- Candidate for 2017 Tucson City Council Ward 3
- Hanson’s and Howard’s Hisstorical Tours HaHoHiT App
- Pie, Felicia (Safe Space Project)
- Transcend Tucson
- Your monetary contribution helps end systemic domestic violence by building relationships through sharing stories, art, and perspectives, and work through education, advocacy, and outreach.
- (NO CURRENT CAMPAIGNS)
Help finance changes in inequitable systemic statutes in regards to voter registration and voice.
Sharing Stories, Art, & Wisdom
- “Life lessons” from different experiences.
- Share your stories, art, and perspectives!
A Welcome Message from Felicia Chew
Thank you for visiting!
My name is Felicia Chew. I am a Mother, Teacher, and Advocate for each of us, and for all of us. I am the Founder of Felicia Chew Community Projects.
I moved to Tucson from New Mexico where I lived and taught on the Zuni Indian Reservation and also for Gallup-McKinley County Schools. I was born and raised in California, and became a helper at Esprit de la Danse; a TA for Ballet classes, Asian-American Studies classes, and Resource Classes in Davis; and taught for the Woodland Joint Unified School District, eventually becoming the District Interventions Coordinator.
In Tucson, I worked at La Baguette Bakery, the Home Depot, and I taught at the Bright Star Learning Center, the JCC, Animas Dance Center, ZUZI!, for the Amphitheater Public School District, Tucson Unified School District, Flowing Wells School District, Presidio School, and the Tucson Hebrew Academy.
I recently returned to the classroom, and currently have a seat on the Catalina High School Site Council, and the DaVinci Tree Academy School Board. For the past three years, I worked as a substitute teacher in the community, as an education presenter for the Environmental Education Exchange, and also with “Felicia Chew Community Projects“. The three main Projects at this time focus on identifying gaps in social services and building bridges. The “Tucson Quilt Project” allows Tucsonans (and visitors) to share their messages and ideas with the community.
The “Tucson Zines” Project (pronounced ‘zeens’) provides a voice for tweens and teens in Tucson and the surrounding areas. The “Domestic Violence Support Services” Project provides education, advocacy, and outreach to victims and survivors of domestic abuse, and also to their families, and families of perpetrators.
I hope you have a great day, and I look forward to seeing you soon!
“We are each a piece of the puzzle of life. Without each of us, our picture is incomplete.”