Domestic violence is a reality for 1 out of 3 women, who are then susceptible to continued violence, incarceration, and high-risk lifestyles.

Unless the get help.

Women who seek help and educational opportunities take and active role in ending the cycles of violence for them and their children.

The Women’s Solo Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was established in 2010 with the mission to serve Philadelphia and surrounding area ¬†women and their children by giving them the ability to become independent and resourceful in making healthy and positive decisions. Founder Tyra Wright-Johnson, a former violence victim herself, brings a wealth of training and experience to the administration of TWSP and its curriculum.

Every year, TWSP serves hundreds of women and their families who seek shelter, guidance, and training as they take control of their lives. TWSP provides this support free of charge so that every woman can find the help she seeks.