Turning Trauma into Victory
Cheryl's voice exists to be a voice and resource for children and their families who have been impacted by domestic violence, homicide, and/or suicide by providing education about the cycle of abuse and the tools available to help break the cycle.
LaTasha Jackson-McDougle was a child left behind at the age of 1 ½ years old, In 1984 her father stalked her mother ultimately taking the life of her mother Cheryl Williams-Saddler; along with his own; leaving LaTasha behind until she was found. LaTasha was placed under guardianship care of their Maternal parents.
35 years later LaTasha is dedicated to being an advocate to children who suffer from the same tragedy. She has dedicated her life and education to learn more about Domestic Violence, and is motivated to share her story and play an active role in Domestic Violence Awareness. LaTasha Jackson-McDougle is highly motivated to encourage children who survived and witnessed domestic violence in their homes. She actively promotes Domestic Violence Awareness in the communities letting Cheryl's Voice be heard.
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The Women’s Center of Tarrant County 817-927-4040
The Women’s Center of Tarrant County inspires, teaches and
empowers women and families to overcome violence.
One Safe Place 817-916-4323
One Safe Place serves those affected by domestic violence and
National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE
BestColleges Student Resources (281) 846-3072
Campus Safety Guide:
SafeHaven of Tarrant County 1-877-701-SAFE (24/7 crisis line)
The agency offers two emergency shelter locations and two resource
centers offering counseling and support groups.