B.E. (Blind Eye) is the creation of Ms. Katrina Walker to be the source of Selflessness in a Selfish society.                                 Not turning a "Blind Eye" to the societal ills affecting so many in our community. B.E. (Blind Eye) Will                                   effectively reconnect the community through advocacy, guidance, programs and most of all caring about                                     the plight & conditions faced by those in need.

Our mission is to bring awareness to Female and Male victims of Domestic Violence & rape while shedding

light on the effects Domestic Violence has on children that witness it and provide a way out, counseling and support. 

          Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone regardless of gender, race, or sexual orientation, yet the problem is often overlooked, excused, or denied.  

          Domestic Violence comes in many forms. 2 out of 4 women experience Emotional abuse or psychological abuse by an intimate partner    in their lifetime. Emotional Abuse is shouting, name-calling, humiliation, & constant criticism. Psychological Abuse is threats to harm family,  friends, children, co-workers, isolation, mind games, & destruction of property. One in three female homicide victims are murdered by their  current or former partner every year. 

           Over 15 million children witness violence in their homes each year. Many children develop cognitive and  psychological problems after having experienced abuse second-hand. Eating disorders, sleeping disorders, depression, aggressive behavior,  destructive rages, stuttering,    shaking, and declined problem-solving skills are all symptoms of such abuse.

  1 in 7 men have been victims of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime. 48.8% have experienced aggressive  psychological behavior from an intimate partner. Yes men are victims too, but most are embarrassed and live with it.

             Many times people that are not in your situation question, why don’t you just leave? It often isn’t that easy.” B.E. helps victims dealing with domestic violence, realize it’s not their fault, abuse is not normal, & there is no reason to be embarrassed. Victims have to first decide, am I ready to walk away and start over or not? If you choose to stay the B.E. Foundation will teach you how to protect yourself with self defense classes, put together an escape plan if your mate becomes abusive again & if you have children find a safe place for them and teach them how to get help. Or maybe your mate will agree to get counseling help. If you want to stay we will still help. We recommend you leave if your mate is physically abusive. Remember Love doesn't  hurt.

If you are ready to leave B.E. will put together a G.O. (Get Out) Plan. This plan helps you obtain:

  • Financial aid to get on your feet.
  • Housing.
  • Job training.
  • Support groups for women and men to let victims know they are not alone.  
  • Children counseling. (Over 15 million children witness violence in their homes each year. Many children develop Emotional & psychological problems)
  • Abused Male counseling. (1 in 4 men have been victims of [some form of] physical violence by an intimate partner within their lifetime.)
  • Rape counseling. (Almost 500 women are raped or sexually assaulted each day in the US)
  • Counseling on starting over and no longer living in fear.

B.E. encourages victims to set high standards for themselves and the individuals they allow to come into their lives moving forward.

There is no need to feel isolated and afraid. 

Lets come together and BE the difference changing the world one Child, Mother, Father, & conversation at a time.

 B.E. (Blind Eye)
“B.E. the difference. Don’t turn a Blind Eye to society”


Stop being a victim.

Your not the only one affected by Domestic Violence.