Our Mission

To assist and empower victims of human trafficking and domestic violence.

Somy Ali, the Founder and President of No More Tears, witnessed many injustices and violence growing up in Pakistan and during her teenage years while working as a Bollywood actress in India.

Abuse and injustice affect everyone without regard to class or religion. After finishing her education, Somy registered No More Tears in 2006 to help survivors of abuse who were brought to the U.S from various countries around the world. Today Ali, and a dedicated group of volunteers, medical professionals, and legal advisors help men, women and children start a new life free from abuse.

Our Services

No More Tears provides immediate resources for housing, food, legal counsel, therapy, medical support and education based on the unique need of each and every victim of domestic violence or human trafficking that enters our program. We have a strong network of providers that offer their services at no cost to the victims.  We have, since our inception in 2007, provided these emergency services through our programs to over 30,000 men, women and children.  Our compassion sets us apart from most other victims’ support agencies as we work directly with law enforcement, schools, hospitals, service providers, as well as victims on a daily basis.  No one takes a salary and our organization is volunteer driven.  Our goal is to empower our victims to heal and to change their circumstances to avoid becoming a victim again.

What We Do

A growing problem worldwide, human trafficking has become the second most common criminal activity behind the illegal drug trade. Florida has been identified as a hub for human trafficking activity, the second highest in the country. No More Tears provides immediate assistance to victims of human trafficking in West Palm Beach, Broward and Miami Dade Counties.

A growing problem worldwide, human trafficking has become the second most common criminal activity behind the illegal drug trade. Florida has been identified as a hub for human trafficking activity, the second highest in the country. No More Tears provides immediate assistance to victims of human trafficking in West Palm Beach, Broward and Miami Dade Counties.

  • Human trafficking involves the commercial exchange and exploitation of humans including forced prostitution and pornography, involuntary labor, servitude and debt bondage. This crime affects all types of individuals; men, women, and children.

Domestic violence is an epidemic affecting individuals in every community, regardless of age, economic status, sexual orientation, gender, race, religion, or nationality.  No More Tears provides immediate assistance to victims of domestic violence in South Florida.

  • Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. It includes physical violence, sexual violence, psychological violence, and emotional abuse.