Domestic Violence Services
We are very excited to welcome 2 new domestic violence advocates- Maria and Sarah. We are happy to have them on staff, each brings a unique set of skills and are welcome upbeat additions to the agency.
Domestic Violence can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. Often people feel guilty and think they could have prevented the violence. Sometimes people think that no one else is experiencing violence in the home.
What Can We Do For You?
Our shelter is available to people leaving intimate partner domestic violence or sexual assault. The shelter is an emergency program offering a place to rest and provide safety while you decide your next steps. An advocate can assist you in safety planning, looking a legal options, locating independent housing, or other goals that are important to you. While you are in the shelter we help you meet your basic needs for food and shelter. If you come empty-handed, we hope to provide for your needs. Click here for more information about our Emergency Shelter.
Our advocates believe that you can make the best decisions for yourself. We have information to share with you, and will work with you to locate the resources you need. Advocates are here to empower and support you. Click here for more information on different types of Advocacy.
Support Groups occur weekly, this is a place to come and share your thoughts with others. Getting and giving support can be an opportunity for growth and comfort. Click here for more information and to see the schedule of Support Groups.