Hackathon project for Girls in Tech related to helping victims of domestic violence
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README.md

Bay Area Help 🤝

This project was built by a team of 5 engineers and designers during a hackathon hosted by Hacking For Humanity and Girls in Tech 👩‍🎤


About

  • A web page designed for victims of domestic abuse to find resources to develop a safety plan, escape their abusers, and live fulfilling and abuse-free lives

  • Built for individuals who may have been denied regular computer access and the right to private browsing.

  • We designed with a focus on user-friendliness and privacy, thus the site is free of any persistent data, and is kept to one dynamically-loading page.

  • Provides an escape button that reroutes the user to weather.com and disables the browser's back button.


Collaborators ✌️

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Who We Are:

We are dedicated to helping victims of domestic abuse develop a safety plan, escape their abusers, and live fulfilling and abuse-free lives. We aim to put victims in touch with needed resources, by making resources easy to find, and providing helpful advice along the way.

Deployment 👩‍💻

The current application can be viewed by visiting:

https://www.bay-area-help.herokuapp.com


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