We provide counseling, advocacy, and outreach to survivors of domestic violence.
Our advocates work with individuals and in group settings to support and educate adults and children about the trauma of abuse.
Dedicated staff provide counseling and stable environments for adults and children seeking services. Program activities include improving communications, empowering and teaching the use of self-expression and sharing feelings, developing social skills, and learning relaxation techniques.
Trained staff provide specialized care consisting of:
Crisis intervention in-person and by phone
Information and referrals
Education and prevention seminars
Our staff is available to speak at churches, civic groups, work places, and more. Contact our office to schedule a program.
Domestic Violence Prevention and Awareness for Youth
Community Outreach staff facilitate workshops in schools to educate students on the signs and effects of domestic violence. We also teach conflict resolution and healthy relationship building skills.
Comprehensive Support Groups Offered in English and Spanish
Community Outreach staff facilitate over ten on-site and community based support groups weekly for victims of domestic violence. These provide a safe, confidential place for survivors to express their feelings and experiences while receiving the support and empowerment they need to make healthy, secure choices for them and their families. These sessions may also include stress relieving relaxation techniques.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible?
Survivors of domestic violence, even if they are still not ready to leave the abuser.
What types of items can I get in an emergency situation?
All services are provided free of charge.
What languages can I get help in?
All services are provided in English and Spanish.
Community Outreach Program