Mission: Advocating a healthy non-violent environment for all people providing information, resources, and support necessary to help individuals move through crisis to develop and pursue their goals.
Programs: Domestic violence program provides comprehensive emergency services to victims of domestic violence and their children. Services include: shelter, 24-hour crisis line, counseling, court advocacy, hospital advocacy and support groups for victims of domestic violence and their children and community education. Services for those who have been abusive to intimate partners or family members are available via the batterers intervention program, which provides off-site individiual assessments and group counseling.
sexual assault program provides emergency services to survivors of sexual abuse/assault, their families and significant others. Services include: 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency response to area hospitals by trained volunteers, short-term in-person counseling, advocacy to offer emotional support, information around medical treatment, police interviews and court proceedings and weekly support groups for survivors, significant others and teens who have experienced any type of sexual abuse or assault.
economic crisis department coordinates four different programs to those who are in financial crisis and/or are homeless. Economic crisis shelter, economic crisis, homeless youth program and homeless adult program. Services include case management, individual and group counseling, emergency and transitional shelter, financial and material assistance, transportation, id/birth certificate acquistion and rent subsidy.