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How We Help

How We Help

Our advocates understand your needs and the circumstances involved in interpersonal violence.

We offer support in a secure, nonjudgmental environment where individuals and families can learn to keep themselves safe and access appropriate services. We help you to get your life back, build your self-esteem and empower you with the self-sufficiency skills you need to live a life of safety and independence free from violence.

Our Services

24-hour Response Line

If you or someone you know has experienced any form of interpersonal violence, Hotline’s 24/7 crisis line offers help and support.


Completely confidential, free advocacy sessions are available for ALL Individuals who have ever experienced the trauma of interpersonal violence

Case Management

Each survivor and their circumstances are unique and our advocates work to provide the best outcome for each individual or family. Our advocates assist each survivor as they work toward overcoming the violence by identifying needs of the whole person and helping them access needed community resources.

Emergency Shelter

We offer more than a safe place to stay. Shelter and support (non-shelter) services are available for free to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. Our shelter is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Victim’s Compensation

Advocates will help the survivor determine eligibility under The Victims Compensation Act, and file the proper paperwork to receive compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, etc.