Intervention, prevention, education, and community engagement to support women survivors of violence.
To serve survivors of domestic and sexual violence while they meet their immediate and long term goals of safety and self-sufficiency. To end violence against women.
Provide crisis intervention. Individual counseling and support. Assistance filing restraining orders, sexual assault orders, and stalking orders. Support groups. Emergency shelter. Help leaving town to escape an abusive situation. Assist in stabilizing survivors' lives. Provide education on violence against women and its prevention in schools.
Currently seeking volunteers. 40 hours of training required.
COVID-19 alert: normal hours of operation are based on our most current information but may differ from those listed here because of pandemic disruptions.