1 in 4 women are affected in their lifetime

Children hear



October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month - TraJa is offering these custom made stickers to display on ANYTHING, most popular and recommended is your vehicle windows.  They are approx. 6 inches tall by 4 inches wide.  Order yours today for $5.  Great way to support victims and TraJa.  Proceeds are used towards more awareness materials like these.  Shipping is included!

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TraJa's Mission

4 Domestic homicides everyday in US

TraJa is proud to join other professionals in Wisconsin to develop the first ever Domestic Violence Homicide Response Team.  We are committed to providing families, friends, and communities with the important information after a domestic violence homicide may have affected you.  The unknown after such a horrific event is no more, we are here every step of the way.  Please visit our website at www.domesticviolencehomicidehelp.com

TraJa and TraJa's Heart are committed to their cause and the difference they make. Be a part of that difference and support them today. You can help victims find their safe place, children fulfill their dreams, and support new resources.

To Contact TraJa or TraJa's Heart

Call : 920-450-5455

Email : info@traja.org

To find out more information about our purse drive!  Please visit our Purse Shop tab for more information!

Changing one child's life at a time.  Children are great imitators; give them something to imitate. 

April 9, 2012 Gov Scott Walker - Wisconsin Signed The TraJa Act Into Law


The TraJa Act, written by Founder Heather Severson, now institutes the third domestic violence conviction as a felony in Wisconsin. This is the first felony law in the state of Wisconsin of its kind.

Lisa Judd Blanchard

Founder of TraJa & TraJa's Heart

Meet Our Founders

Making a difference, one survivor at a time! 

TraJa's Heart

Heather Severson

Founder of TraJa & TraJa's Heart

changing domestic violence laws one state at a time

TraJa & TraJa's Heart

To educate communities, school-aged children, and law enforcement on the affects of domestic violence in our society.