Victims and their children can escape abusive home environments and avoid homelessness at our shelter. Our shelter is staffed 24/7 by trained advocates. All basic needs are provided, including but not limited to toiletries, clothing, and food.
Clients may work with our case manager to set specific goals suited to their current needs. Services provided could include job counseling, job training, financial services, educational services, assistance with retrieving identification documents, transportation assistance, and
Trained court advocates can accompany victims of domestic violence and sexual assault to court hearings and assist with filing Domestic Violence Protective Orders. Referrals for legal services are also available.
Bi-weekly and weekly support groups are available for victims, survivors, and their families to offer community support and assist them in the healing process.
Safety planning, clothing vouchers, food boxes, crisis counseling, and hospital accompaniment may also
be offered to clients in need.
All services are free and available 24/7, or by appointment.