We connect victims to additional resources that supplement the services we provide through our partnerships with other organizations in the community. 

Community Partners include law enforcement, legal representatives, local DV shelters, and other organizations which play a key role in supporting those affected by domestic violence.


Where to Find Help

Your safety is our #1 priority. If you are in imminent danger, call 911. As a second step toward ensuring your safety, please connect with the National Domestic Violence Hotline on their website or by calling 1-800-799-7233. The Hotline has trained advocates who provide confidential support over the phone or via chat. As top priority, we recommend requesting the advocate's help working on a Safety Plan. This person can also help get you connected to a local DV program for emergency housing, ongoing safety planning, counseling, support groups, legal advocacy services, and many other helpful resources.


We collaborate with community partners to create and sustain programs that successfully break the cycle of abuse. 

Our partnerships are creating systematic change, helping to identify gaps in support services to meet needs. We focus on building partnerships that provide wholistic support to victims/survivors.