WE ARE A CALL AWAY
Our Service Is
Vision : Building resilience and strength within our Muslim Women
Mission : We listen to Muslim women, when they have nowhere else to turn to, enhancing their well-being
Our Service : is to assist in supporting, helping and creating a plan of action for the best possible solutions. We are there to listen when no one else is. Our service is also free of charge and our line is open for unlimited repeat calls.
Operating hours 7 days – 12hrs/day
Stats to Date
CALLS SINCE 2014
Monthly AVG. CALLS
And your Lord says, “Call upon Me; I will respond to you.” Ghafir-60
And your Lord says, “Call upon Me; I will respond to you.” Ghafir 60
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Top Caller issue
- 10 -20 yrs 10% 10%
- 20 -30 yrs 30% 30%
- 30 -40 yrs 40% 40%
- 40yrs+ 20% 20%
REAL CALL TESTIMONIALS
Around the beginning of Ramadan my husband left and took my child with him. I don’t understand why I did it, but I chose to drink and became very intoxicated. I know what I was doing was displeasing to Allah and my parents, but I felt so alone and afraid. The devastation overwhelmed me and I could not bring myself to makes changes in my life.
I just wanted the pain gone and when I drank the pain subsided, but after I slept I was so ashamed I had to bury my shame by drinking again. I was very intoxicated but I needed some help so I called the NISA Helpline. I am sure I was very difficult to understand and I don’t remember much of the first call. I called them again the next day and told them repeatedly “I’m lost, I don’t know what to do. I’m ashamed. I drank again. All I do is drink and sleep.”
Things were so bad that I wasn’t eating and I became so weak that I had to go to the hospital, but Alhamdulillah, the calls to the helpline provided the support I needed to begin again. They listened to me, and encouraged me to call my parents and provided me resources for a rehab center where I’ve been admitted for 3 weeks and now have now have returned home.
I am so grateful that Allahsubhanahu wa’ta’alaa has helped me and provided me with the support I needed through the helpline. It has given me a new chance at life and I have even begun to pray again.